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2012

2012-11-21

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SCBD/STTM/DC/RH/CRm/80153 (2012-145)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points and GSPC Focal Points of the following countries: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste, Viet Nam
Regional Workshop for Southeast Asia on reflecting the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation in National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans, Singapore, Singapore (4 - 8 March 2013)
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2012-12-15
2012-09-05

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SCBD/STTM/DC/RH/CRm/80642 (2012-124)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points and GSPC Focal Points of the following countries: Belize, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Panama.
Regional Workshop on the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation and the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, Mexico City, Mexico (15-17 November 2012)
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2012-09-28
2012-06-07

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SCBD/STTM/DC/RH/CRm/80153 (2012-089)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points and GSPC Focal Points of the following countries: Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste, Viet Nam
Regional Workshop on reflecting the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation in National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans, Singapore, Singapore (3 - 6 September 2012)
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation

2011

2011-09-09

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SCBD/JM/RH/77488 (2011-171)
Notification to: CBD, SBSTTA and GSPC Focal Points and relevant organizations
Global Strategy for Plant Conservation: Liaison Group report and toolkit available for comments
I am pleased to inform you that the report of the fourth meeting of the Liaison Group on the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, hosted by Missouri Botanical Gardens from 8 to 9 July 2011 in St. Louis, USA, is accessible from http://www.cbd.int/doc/meetings/pc/gspclg-04/official/gspclg-04-02-en.pdf.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2011-10-31
2011-04-27

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SCBD/STTM/JM/RH/75923 (2011-087)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points, GSPC Focal Points
Invitation to nominate participants for the meeting of the Liaison Group for the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (St. Louis, USA, 8-9 July 2011) and to nominate national focal points for the Strategy
I am pleased to invite you to nominate a representative for the fourth meeting of the Liaison Group for the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, USA, 8-9 July 2011). The meeting will take place back-to-back with the International Conference: A global partnership for plant conservation – Supporting the worldwide implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (see notification 2011-044) and candidates are encouraged to consider participating in the Conference as well.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
2011-03-01

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SCBD/STTM/JM/RH/75185 (2011-044)
Notification to: GSPC focal points
International Conference: A global partnership for plant conservation – Supporting the worldwide implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, USA, 5-7 July 2011)
I am pleased to inform you that, at the initiative of the Chair of the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation, an international conference titled “A global partnership for plant conservation – Supporting the worldwide implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation” will be held at Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, USA from 5 to 7 July 2011.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
2011-01-21

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SCBD/STTM/JM/RH/74766 (2011-017)
Notification to: CBD national focal points, SBSTTA focal points, GSPC focal points, relevant organizations
Toolkit to enhance national, sub-regional and regional implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
In paragraph 10 (b) of decision X/17, the Conference of the Parties requested the Executive Secretary, in collaboration with the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation and other partners and relevant organizations, and subject to the availability of the necessary resources to develop, by 2012, an online version of the toolkit for the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC).
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation

2009

2009-09-10

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SCBD/STTM/RH/ac/68701 (2009-112)
Notification to: SBSTTA and GSPC Focal Points
Publication of the Plant Conservation Report in all official languages of the United Nations
In recommendation XII/2 on in-depth review of implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, the twelfth meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice requested the Executive Secretary to develop, by the ninth meeting of the Conference of the Parties, a “Plant Conservation Report” in collaboration with the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation and relevant organizations and stakeholders, that could serve as a communication and awareness-raising tool on the implementation of the Strategy.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
2009-08-10

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SCBD/STTM/JM/RH/68301 (2009-093)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points GSPC Focal Points, Relevant organizations, scientists, indigenous and local communities and other relevant stakeholders
Peer review of the draft Global Strategy for Plant Conservation 2011-2020
I am pleased to inform you that, in its third meeting held from 26 to 28 May 2009 in Dublin, Ireland, the Liaison Group on the GSPC has prepared a draft updated strategy. The peer review can be accessed from www.cbd.int/gspc/gspcreview and is open until 1 October 2009.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2009-10-01
2009-05-01

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SCBD/STTM/RH/lj/ac/67072 (2009-044)
Notification to: CBD, SBSTTA and GSPC focal points
Selected Participants for the Liaison Group Meeting of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, jointly organized by the CBD and the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation, 26 to 28 May 2009 Dublin, Republic of Ireland
I am pleased to inform you of the selected participants for the Liaison Group Meeting of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, jointly organized by the CBD and the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
2009-04-01

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SCBD/STTM/RH/lj/67031 (2009-034)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA and GSPC Focal Points, Other governments, relevant organizations, and Indigenous and local communities
Online consultation on updating the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
To facilitate the preparation of the proposal to update the GSPC, the Executive Secretary has prepared an online consultation to gather inputs for consideration at the upcoming Liaison Group Meeting of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation to be held 26 to 28 May 2009 in Dublin, Ireland. The online consultation will be open from 1 to 30 April 2009 and is accessible at http://www.cbd.int/gspc/survey .
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2009-04-30
2009-02-27

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SCBD/STTM/SS/RH/VA/66565 (2009-023)
Notification to: CBD, SBSTTA and GSPC focal points, Relevant Organizations
Liaison Group Meeting of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, jointly organized by the CBD and the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation, 26 to 28 May 2009, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
I have the pleasure to inform you that the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity will be organizing, with funding from the Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI), and the Governments of Ireland and Spain, a meeting of the Liaison Group on the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC), from 26 to 28 May 2009 in Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2009-03-31

2008

2008-04-25

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SCBD/STTM/JM/CV/62913 (2008-053)
Notification to: All CBD, CHM and SBSTTA National Focal Points
Programme of the training workshops for the participants in COP-9
Please refer to my earlier notification 2008-031 (Ref.: SCBD/STTM/JM/CV/62913) , dated 27 March 2008, concerning the training workshops for participants in the ninth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP-9) to be held from 19 to 30 May 2008 in Bonn, Germany.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, Global Taxonomy Initiative, Implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity
Action required by 2008-05-01
2008-03-31

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SCBD/STTM/JM/SBG/VA/62944 (2008-034)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points, GSPC Focal Points
Peer review of the draft Plant Conservation Report
The purpose of this notification is to request CBD National Focal points, SBSTTA and GSPC Focal Points, as well as other relevant stakeholders, to submit comments on the draft Plant Conservation Report.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2008-04-15
2008-03-27

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SCBD/STTM/JM/CV/62913 (2008-031)
Notification to: All CBD, CHM and SBSTTA National Focal Points
Training workshops for the participants in COP-9
The Secretariat, in cooperation with the Consortium of the Scientific Partners on Biodiversity and the Botanical Gardens of the University of Bonn, is pleased to announce the organization of four training workshops for the participants in the ninth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP-9) to be held from 19 to 30 May 2008 in Bonn, Germany. The workshops will be held in parallel sessions from 9:30 to 13:00 on Sunday 25 May. Information on the exact venue and the detailed program of the trainings will be provided at a later date.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, Global Taxonomy Initiative, Implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity
Action required by 2008-05-01

2007

2007-08-17

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SCBD/STTM/SS/va/59606 (2007-107)
Notification to: GSPC Focal Points and relevant stakeholders
Contributions to the Publication of a "Plant Conservation Report"
The twelfth meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA-12), in Recommendation XII/2, requested the Executive Secretary to develop, by the ninth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP-9), in collaboration with the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation, UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre, and relevant organizations, taking into account contributions from Parties, other Governments, and relevant stakeholders, a “Plant Conservation Report” that could provide inputs to the third edition of the Global Biodiversity Outlook, and serve as a communication and awareness-raising tool on the implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC).
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2007-10-15

2006

2006-12-01

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SCBD/STTM/JM/LJ/56803 (2006-126)
Notification to: all CBD National Focal Points who have not nominated a GSPC focal point
Global Strategy for Plant Conservation: Nomination of Focal Points - Second Request.
The Conference of the Parties encouraged Parties to nominate focal points for the GSPC, or to designate them from among existing focal points.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2007-02-15
2006-10-10

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SCBD/STTM/SS/VA/55431 (2006-098)
Notification to: all CBD National Focal Points
Liaison Group Meeting of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, jointly organized by the CBD and the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation, 23 to 25 October 2006 Dublin, Republic of Ireland, Composition of the Group
In decision VII/10, the Conference of Parties (COP) welcomed the establishment by the Executive Secretary of a flexible coordination mechanism for the Strategy, comprising liaison groups to be convened as necessary according to established procedures. Further, in decision VII/31 regarding the Multi-Year Programme of Work of the Conference of Parties up to 2010, the COP decided to undertake an in-depth review of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC) during its ninth meeting in 2008.
(View also in French and in Spanish.)
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
2006-08-02

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SCBD/STTM/SS/VA/55390 (2006-085)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points, GSPC Focal Points
Additional Information for In-Depth Review of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
In order to gather adequate and current data on the implementation of the GSPC and its targets, Parties are invited to complete or update, as appropriate, information on implementation of the GSPC, using the same format that was used for the Third National Reports (available at http://www.biodiv.org/programmes/cross-cutting/plant/review.shtml)
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2006-12-31
2006-07-21

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SCBD/STTM/SS/VA/55431 (2006-084)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points, GSPC Focal Points
Liaison Group Meeting of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, jointly organized by the CBD and the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation 23-25 October 2006 Dublin, Republic of Ireland
In decision VII/10, the Conference of Parties (COP) welcomed the establishment by the Executive Secretary of a flexible coordination mechanism for the Strategy, comprising liaison groups to be convened as necessary according to established procedures. Further, in decision VII/31 regarding the Multi-Year Programme of Work of the Conference of Parties up to 2010, the COP decided to undertake an in-depth review of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC) during its ninth meeting in 2008.
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2006-09-15

2004

2004-09-03

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SCBD/STTM/JM/SS/va/43579 (2004-070)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points in African

As a contribution to the implementation of the Strategy, in particular Target 15 on “Building capacity for the conservation of plant diversity”, and in the broader context of the global initiative on communication, education and public awareness, funding has been sought to bring together plant conservation practitioners in Africa, for a training course. The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, jointly with the Makerere University of Uganda, is organizing this course to be held in Kampala, Uganda from 10 October to 03 November 2004, with support from Botanical Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) and the CBD Secretariat.
Subject(s): Communication, Education and Public Awareness, Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2004-09-11
2004-04-30

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SCBD/STTM/SS/IA/43175 (2004-033)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points

Pursuant decision VII/10 the Executive Secretary requests Parties to nominate Focal Points to the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2004-07-31

2003

2003-09-17

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SCBD/STTM/RH/va/39050 (2003-097)
Notification to: CBD and SBSTTA National Focal Points

To facilitate the further implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity is organizing a meeting of experts in County Kerry, Republic of Ireland, from 5 to 7 October 2003
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
2003-08-11

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SCBD/STTM/MG/va/37387 (2003-079)
Notification to: CBD and SBSTTA National Focal Points

The Executive Secretary invites Parties to submit the name of an expert who may be called upon to serve in the Expert Meeting on the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (Kerry County, Republic of Ireland 5 to 7 October 2003)
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
Action required by 2003-09-05

2002

2002-02-01

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(2002-012)
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points

The Executive Secretary conveys the list of invited experts and organizations for the Technical Expert Meeting on the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation to be held in Gran Canaria, from 11 to 13 February 2002
Subject(s): Global Strategy for Plant Conservation

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