ASEAN Biodiversity Outlook
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The ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity published the ASEAN Biodiversity Outlook in collaboration with the 10 ASEAN Member States – Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, The Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam. First acknowledgements and thanks go to the countries which provided valuable biodiversity information through their 4th National Reports to the Convention on Biological Diversity. Without these reports, the Outlook could not have been prepared.

The team who dedicated time and expertise to piece together the Outlook is also recognized: Rodrigo U. Fuentes, Clarissa C. Arida, Sheila G. Vergara, Rolando A. Inciong, Wilfredo J. Obien, Filiberto A. Pollisco, Jr., Monina T. Uriarte, Norman Emmanuel C. Ramirez, Leslie Ann Jose-Castillo, Lilibeth R. Cabebe, Jerome S.J. Alano, Erica T. Villavelez, Nanie S. Gonzales, Ana Maria E. Tolentino, Rhia C. Galsim, Corazon A. de Jesus, and Reynaldo F. Molina. We appreciate the invaluable assistance provided by Susan Warren-Mercado, technical writer and consultant. The Fourth ASEAN State of the Environment Report produced by the ASEAN Secretariat and the Third Edition of the Global Biodiversity Outlook published by the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity were key sources of information. The ASEAN Biodiversity Outlook team is most grateful to the guidance provided by the peer review group who went over numerous drafts to ensure that the Outlook has proper scope and focus: Dato’ Zakri A. Hamid, Science Advisor to the Government of Malaysia; Dr. Marc Hockings, Associate Professor and Program Area Manager for Natural Systems School of Integrative Designs, University of Queensland; Dr. Raman Letchumanan, Head, Environment Division, ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community Department, ASEAN Secretariat; Dr. Theresa Mundita S. Lim, Director, Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Philippines; Ms. Cristi Marie C. Nozawa, Regional Director, BirdLife International (Asia); and Dr. Damon Stanwell-Smith, Senior Programme Of cer, Ecosystem Assessment Programme, UNEPWorld Conservation Monitoring Centre. The European Union provided  nancial support for the production of the ASEAN Biodiversity Outlook. We convey our sincerest apologies to anyone who may have contributed to the preparation of this Outlook but whose names were inadvertently omitted. While great care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information presented in this report, the ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity assumes full responsibility for any errors or omission in this Outlook.

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