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国际雪豹保护深圳共识
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国际雪豹保护深圳共识

我们,雪豹分布国家代表,于2018年9月3日至7日齐聚中国深圳,共同探讨研究和保护雪豹及其栖息地的有效策略。雪豹,作为各分布国家共同的自然和文化遗产象征,位于高山生态系统食物链顶端。保护雪豹及其栖息地对维持生物多样性、维护高山生态系统健康以及提高人类福祉具有重要的意义。当前,雪豹赖以生存的脆弱生态系统面临着气候变化、栖息地退化和生物多样性减少所带来的挑战。因此,我们仍需继续加强对雪豹及其栖息地的保护力度。

自2013年《比什凯克宣言》签署和《全球雪豹及其生态系统保护计划》启动以来,12个雪豹分布国依法打击雪豹盗猎和非法贸易,采取了建立保护地,积极投入资金和技术来支持雪豹景观地研究和保护管理活动等相关措施。在《全球雪豹及其生态系统保护计划》框架下,我们已经成功举办了多次国际性大会,组织研讨会、培训和能力拓展活动,汇聚国际社会的力量,推动全球雪豹保护事业的进展。

自比什凯克宣言实施以来,我们为雪豹保护做出了诸多努力,并取得了一系列进展,但此领域仍有一些问题有待解决,因此,我们致力于:

1. 推动高山生态系统人与自然和谐发展;

2. 协调来自全世界的研究人员和保护工作者的沟通和交流,促进双边和多边合作及区域项目包括全球雪豹种群数量评估的合作实施;

3. 设计并实施能力建设项目,促进一线工作人员和其他相关方的能力提升;

4. 加深对雪豹和其他野生动物相关的盗猎及非法贸易的认识;

5. 拓展筹资渠道,实现雪豹保护项目资金的可持续性;

6. 充分研发和应用无人机、人工智能、遥感和遗传学方法等高新技术,提升信息质量和知识水平,有效促进政策制定;

7. 支持基于社区的保护项目的开展,为社区和高山生态系统的可持续发展创造互利共赢的良好局面。

在此,我们表达对中国举办本次国际雪豹保护大会的诚挚谢意!

 

 

The Shenzhen Consensus  on Global Snow Leopard  Conservation

 

We, the representatives of snow leopard range countries, gathering together in Shenzhen, People’s Republic of China, on 3-7th September 2018, have discussed effective strategies for studying and conserving snow leopards and their habitats.

Snow leopard, as an icon of the natural and cultural heritage in the range countries, is at the top of the food chain in the high mountain ecosystems. The conservation of snow leopard and its habitat hold great value in maintaining biodiversity, preserving the health of the high mountain ecosystem, as well as improving human welfare. Presently, the fragile snow leopard ecosystem is facing challenges of climate change, habitat degradation, and loss of biodiversity. Therefore, the efforts to conserve snow leopard and its habitat need to be continuously strengthened.

Since the endorsement of the Bishkek Declaration in 2013 followed by the launch of The Global Snow Leopard and Ecosystem Protection Program (GSLEP), the 12 snow leopard range countries have improved the state of knowledge about snow leopards, combatted combatted poaching and illegal trade, established new protected areas, and provided financial and technical support for research and management of snow leopard landscapes. Under the GSLEP program, we have successfully held international forums, workshops, trainings, and outreach activities to bring together the global community to promote and strengthen snow leopard conservation efforts.

Although a lot of progress has been made to implement the Bishkek Declarations, many issues in snow leopard conservation are yet to be fully addressed.

We are determined to:

1. Make efforts to harmonize development and conservation of the high mountain ecosystem. 

2. Facilitate communication between researchers and conservationists from across the world and promote joint projects to achieve bilateral and/or multilateral cooperation including population assessment of the world's snow leopard

3. Develop and implement capacity building programs for front-line staff and other stakeholders. 

4. Enhance our understanding of poaching and illegal trade issues pertaining to snow leopard and other wildlife. 

5. Broaden the scope of resource mobilization to achieve sustainable financing for snow leopard conservation programs. 

6. Improve the quality of knowledge generated through the development and application of modern technologies such as UAVs, artificial intelligence, remote sensing, and genetics for informed decision making.

7. Support community-based conservation programs to create a win-win prospect of sustainable development for communities and the mountain ecosystem.

We express our deep appreciation and gratitude to the People’s Republic of China for hosting the International Conference for Snow Leopard Conservation.