Target 4: Incentives, including subsidies, harmful to migratory species, and/or their habitats are eliminated, phased out or reformed in order to minimize or avoid negative impacts, and positive incentives for the conservation of migratory species and their habitats are developed and applied, consistent with engagements under the CMS and other relevant international and regional obligations and commitments.
► The South Pacific Loggerhead Turtle Action Plan includes:
Objective 17 - Generate revenue for conservation from tourism activities:
17.1.1) Investigate and develop appropriate mechanisms to generate revenue for conservation from tourism ventures interacting with loggerhead turtles.
► The Programme of Work of the Central Asian Mammals Initiative (CAMI POW) includes:
Objective 1 - To address key threats and issues currently not (sufficiently) covered by existing work programmes and stakeholders:
1.1.2) Promote review of national legislation - and its enforcement - on hunting and trade (including […] reinvest[ing] fines in conservation).
Objective 4 - To support implementation, coordination and resourcing of the CAMI:
4.2.7) Channel the money from environmental payments to nature conservation activities.
► The Flyways Programme of Work adopted through Resolution 11.4 includes:
Theme 6 - Resourcing implementation of the POW:
Objectives 1- Ensure adequate and timely resources to implement the POW:
46) Identify existing and new opportunities/mechanisms implemented for migratory species and habitat conservation (e.g directing fines from environment damage).
► The Guidelines on Bird Poisoning adopted through Resolution 11.15 include:
Objective 3 - Legislative recommendations:
3.3) Use revenues generated from taxation of pesticides for public support of IPM practices and/or for post-registration monitoring of use and research.