SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

2018 CPSG Annual Meeting Draft Agenda

(for For the most current agenda and list of working groups, please go to the CPSG website 

CPSG Annual Meeting Briefing Book

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Conference theme: Towards Zero Extinction in Southeast Asia

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Tuesday 16 & Wednesday 17 October

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09.00 – 16.00     

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Thursday, 18 October

09.00 – 16.00     

16.00 – 17.00     

15.00 – 18.00     

18.00 – 20.00     

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Friday, 19 October 

09.00 – 9.45     

     

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09.45 – 10.30

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10.30 – 11.00     

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11.00 – 11.30

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11.30 – 13.00     

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13.00 – 14.00      

        

14.00 – 17.00

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15.00 – 15.30     

 

17.00 – 18.00

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Saturday, 20 October

09.00 – 10.30       

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10.30 – 11.00

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10.30 – 13.00

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13.00 – 14.00      

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14.00 – 17.00     

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15.00 – 15.30

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Sunday, 21 October

09.00 – 09.30     

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09.30 – 11.00      

  

 

 

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10.30 – 11.00      

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11.00 – 13.00     

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12.30 

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13.00 – 14.00

         

14.00 – 18.00

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18.00 – 21.00

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CPSG Training Course: Introduction to facilitating species conservation planning workshops 

(pre-registration required)

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CPSG Strategic Committee Meeting (closed) (Garden Room)

GCN Board Meeting (closed) (Garden Room)

Registration (Ballroom Foyer)

Welcoming Reception – Dinner cruise;

Please be at the hotel pier at 18.30

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              (08.30-18.00) (Ballroom A, Anantara Riverside Hotel)

Opening Plenary Session

Welcome Address ZPO representative and Onnie Byers, Chair CPSG

Participant Introductions

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Keynote Address: Opportunities for South East Asian Conservation in the Anthropocene

    (Dr. Erik Meijaard, Founder, Borneo Futures; Chair, IUCN Oil Palm Task

    Force, and Chair IUCN/SSC Wild Pig Specialist Group)

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Coffee Break

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CPSG in Southeast Asia: A retrospective (Kathy Traylor-Holzer)

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Plenary Session (Roopali Raghavan, Conservation, Research and Professional Training, Wildlife Reserves Singapore

    Presentations 

    • Towards Zero Extinction in South-East Asia - Introducing the CPSG

    Southeast Asia Regional Resource Center (Sonja Luz, Director 

    Conservation, Research and Veterinary Services, Wildlife Reserves 

    Singapore)

    • Enhancing the Impact of the Asian Species Action Partnership 

    (Nerissa Chao, ASAP! Secretariat Manager)  

    • The Asian Song Bird Crisis (Danny de Man, Deputy Executive

    Director & Director Conservation and Population Management, EAZA)

    Introduction to Meeting Format, Working Group Instructions, and    

    Introduction to Additional Working Group Topics

    • Assessing to Plan (A2P): Using the Red List to its best advantage

    (Claudine Gibson)

    • Planning to Act (P2A): Setting people up for successful species

    conservation plan implementation (Jamie Copsey and Caroline Lees)

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Lunch (The Market)  

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Working Group Session 1   (Ballrooms A, B, & C)

    • Assessing to Plan (A2P): Using the Red List to its best advantage

    (Danny De Man)

    • Planning to Act (P2A): Setting people up for successful species

    conservation plan implementation (Jamie Copsey and Caroline Lees)  

         Implementation framework development

         CPSG Information Point Person role development

    • SCTI Advisory Committee Meeting (closed)

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Coffee Break available

    

Plenary Session (Boripat Siriaroonrat, Director for Conservation and Research for the Zoological Park Organization)

Threat-based Approaches to Multi-species Planning 1:

    Wildlife Health 

    • Threat-based approached to multi-species planning, e.g.

      wildlife heath (Phil Miller)

    • Interface between “One Health” and species

      (Boripat Siriaroonrat, Paisin Lekcharoen)

    • Disease Risk Assessment tool (Richard Jakob-Hoff)

    • Questions and discussion

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           (09.00-18.00) (Ballroom A, Anantara Riverside Hotel)    

Plenary Session (Jim, Taipei Zoo)

Threat-based Approaches to Multi-species Planning 2:

    Illegal Wildlife Trade    

        • Monitor (Chris Shepherd)

        • TRAFFIC Southeast Asia (Kanitha Krishnasamy)

        • Otters Specialist Group (Nicole Duplaix)

        • Hornbill Specialist Group  (Aparajita Datta)

        • Questions and discussion

Introduction to additional working group topic(s) &nbs

• Supporting the Implementation of CPSG’s Strategic Plan

(Brad Andrews, Jo Gipps)

• Ex-situ management of ASAP species (Sonja Luz, Danny de Man, Kathy

  Traylor-Holzer, Roopali Raghavan)

• Species Conservation Toolkit Initiative Advisory Group (Bob Lacy)

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Coffee Break available

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Working Group Session 2   (Ballrooms A, B, & C)

    • Illegal Wildlife Trade as a theme for planning (Chris Shepherd:

    Convenor; Caroline Lees: CPSG focal point)

    • Wildlife Health/Disease Risk Assessment (Boripat Siriaroonrat:

    Convenor; Richard Jakob-Hoff: CPSG focal point)  

    • SCTI Advisory Group Meeting (closed)

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Lunch (The Market)  

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Working Groups Session 3  (Ballrooms A, B, & C)

    • Illegal Wildlife Trade: Assisting authorities in differentiating between

    wild and captive-bred tortoises and freshwater turtles (Johanna Staerk,

    Chris Shepherd, Rita da Silva, Lionel Jouvet)

    • CPSG Southeast Asia: Strengthening Application of the One Plan

    Approach in Southeast Asia through CPSG Southeast Asia and   

    ASAP Partnerships (Sonja Luz)   

    • Supporting the Implementation of CPSG’s Strategic Plan

    (Brad Andrews, Jo Gipps)

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Coffee Break available

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Plenary Session (Bob Lacy, Chicago Zoological Society)

    Innovative tools and approaches for tackling the challenges of species conservation

    • Caroline Lees (CPSG)

    •Catherine Grueber (University of Sydney)

    • Johanna Staerk (Species360)

    • Paul Pearce Kelly (Zoological Society of London)

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         (09.00-18.00)(Ballroom A, Anantara Riverside Hotel)

Plenary Session (moderator)

    • CPSG Training Initiative: An Update (Jamie Copsey)

    • Conservation Genetics Specialist Group update (Catherine Grueber)

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Working Group Session 4  (Ballrooms A, B, & C)

    • Finalize Reports and Presentations

    • Parking Lot Meetings

    • Informal Networking     

    • Continuing Working Group Sessions (as requested)      

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Coffee Break available

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Plenary Session (Eric Tsao, Taipei Zoo)

    Working Group Report Presentations 

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Announcement of 2019 Annual Meeting (Dario Lareu, Director General, Fundación Temaikèn)

Closing Remarks

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Lunch (The Market)

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Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), no shuttle service provided

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Closing Ceremony (Grand Sala, outdoor area) 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

        Dr. Erik Meijaard

  - Founder, Borneo Futures, 

  - Chair IUCN Oil Palm Task Force, 

  - Chair IUCN/SSC 

      Wild Pig Specialist Group)



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CPSG Annual Meeting Working Group Schedule

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Group Topic
Working Group Topic
Session 1:
Friday
14.00 – 17.00
Session 2:
Saturday
10.30 – 13.00
Session 3:
Saturday
14.00 – 17.00
Session 4:
Sunday
9.30 – 11.00
Assessing to Plan (A2P): Using the Red List to its best advantage X
X
Planning to Act (P2A): Setting people up for successful species conservation plan implementationPlanning to Act (P2A) on ASAP species: How do we best support those charged with getting things done?
• Group 1: Plan Implementation Coordinators role and support needs
• Group 2: Species Champions role and support needs




(meet together)





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Illegal Wildlife Trade as a theme for planning
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Wildlife Health as a theme for planning/Disease Risk Assessment
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SCTI Advisory Group Meetin
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(closed)
Investigating patterns of international wildlife trade in ASAP species
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Ex situ management of ASAP species
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Supporting the Implementation of CPSG’s Strategic Plan
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Finalize Reports and Presentations
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Parking Lot Meetings
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Informal Networking
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Continuing Working Group Sessions (as requested)
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Address: 71 Rama5, Dusit, Bangkok, Thailand

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