Sessional Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development Written Submissions Received Volume 2 Issues associated with the progressive entry into the Northern Territory of Cane Toads October 2003
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Written Submissions WWF FROGS! Program Volume 2 Cane Toad Inquiry Report 83 Activity/Input a) Duration b) Frequency c) Quantity Ready by report (collection and analysis of relevant information) b) 1 only Workshops/meetings a) variable b) monthly c) 12 September 2003 Design and production of brochure/poster a) 8 weeks b) annual c) 3,000 September 2003. Website and creation of online resource service a) 8 weeks September 2003 Production of first issue of newsletter a) 8 weeks - monthly thereafter c) 8 issues October 2003 First web discussion a) 12 weeks c) 3 November 2003 Training workshops for cane toad implementation b) Semi-monthly to monthly October 2003 Mobile Exhibit c) 1 December 2003 Video documentaries a) 12 weeks c) 2 December 2003 Street theatre a) 14 weeks c) 2 units January 2004 Lectures/discussions b) Monthly c) 9 September 2003 Ecoclubs To be determined September 2003 Organisation of community events b) Monthly c) Nine September 2003 Preparation of materials for modules On-going October 2003 Resource persons/consultants for workshops and materials As required Publicity (event announcements) On-going Program Sustainability Following the initial two-year period, the program will seek sponsorship for individual components of the program from governments and the corporate sector. The program will also seek core funding from international and regional organisations to cover costs of managing and administration where needed. Sponsorship is feasible once the component activities are established and their practical value demonstrated. Resource Leveraging The project leverages the networks, expertise and experience of CEE in India and Australia. CEE has the ability to take the lessons of this proposed program to 32 nations in the Asia Pacific region through its organisational networks - for example, as the national co-ordinator of GEF small grants program and its memberships in the IUCN, Asia Pacific Forum of Environmental Journalists, TVE resource networks, and its various collaborative projects with various international organisations. CEE brings its unique expertise and experience in field projects, including its regional training programs in environment education and communications.
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