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Strategic Framework, FY 2008-2012

Annex I.

Hotspots Where CEPF Supported Civil Society During Phase 1
  1. Atlantic Forest (Brazil)
  2. Cape Floristic Region
  3. Caucasus
  4. Chocó-Darién-Western Ecuador (Chocó-Manabi biodiversity conservation corridor)
  5. Eastern Arc Mountains and Coastal Forests of Tanzania and Kenya
  6. Guinean Forests of West Africa (Upper Guinean Forest)
  7. Indo-Burma (Eastern Himalayas region)
  8. Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands (Madagascar)
  9. Mesoamerica (Northern Mesoamerica and Southern Mesoamerica)
  10. Mountains of Southwest China
  11. The Philippines
  12. Succulent Karoo
  13. Sundaland (the Indonesian island of Sumatra)
  14. Tropical Andes (Vilcabamba-Amboró biodiversity conservation corridor)

Annex II.

Global Biodiversity Hotspots as Defined in 2005
  1. Atlantic Forest
  2. California Floristic Province*
  3. Cape Floristic Region
  4. Caribbean Islands*
  5. Caucasus
  6. Cerrado
  7. Chilean Winter Rainfall-Valdivian Forests
  8. Coastal Forests of Eastern Africa
  9. Eastern Afromontane
  10. East Melanesian Islands
  11. Guinean Forests of West Africa
  12. Himalaya
  13. Horn of Africa
  14. Indo-Burma
  15. Irano-Anatolian
  16. Japan
  17. Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands
  18. Madrean Pine-Oak Woodlands*
  19. Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany
  20. Mediterranean Basin*
  21. Mesoamerica
  22. Mountains of Central Asia
  23. Mountains of Southwest China
  24. New Caledonia*
  25. New Zealand*
  26. Philippines
  27. Polynesia-Micronesia*
  28. Southwest Australia*
  29. Succulent Karoo
  30. Sundaland
  31. Tropical Andes
  32. Tumbes-Chocó-Magdalena
  33. Wallacea
  34. Western Ghats and Sri Lanka

Source: Mittermeier, R.A., Robles Gil, P., Hoffmann, M., Pilgrim, J.D., Brooks, T.M., Mittermeier, C.G., & Fonseca, G.A.B. da. 2004. Hotspots Revisited: Earth’s Biologically Richest and Most Endangered Ecoregions. Mexico City: CEMEX.

* Not all countries in this hotspot would be eligible for funding under the current investment criteria. However, the CEPF Donor Council may choose to establish new funding windows outside the eligibility criteria to accommodate the strategic interests of specific donors. The Council may also choose to include marine ecosystems within targeted hotspots.

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