The global and national policies interfere both globally “the global governance architecture” and locally with local interventions of international NGOs promoting the “One Health”
The objectives of Task 2 are
1: to review policies, agendas, initiatives on biodiversity, climate change, health at the international levels: international organizations (WHO, OIE, FAO, UNEP, IUCN) nongovernmental organizations (WCS, CI, WWF); at regional levels ASEAN (e.g. Mekong initiative); at national levels (ministries, national parks and preserved areas); at national levels (land management policies).
2: to provide an analysis of the integration of international agendas into national actions; more specifically, what is the balance between traditional policy cycle (from definition of problem and agenda setting to implementation monitoring and evaluation) and new forms of global, or regional, decision-making?
3: to assess how health and biodiversity is connected at international and national levels; more specifically how the emergence of the concepts of ecosystem services (MEA, 2005; CDB COP 10; 2010) is implemented in sectoral domains (agriculture, land management/planning)