Alternative ways and means in which the Conference of the Parties could start the process of considering the components of biological diversity particularly those under threat and the identification of action which could be taken under the Convention
1 - 3 December 2003, Geneva, Switzerland
15 - 19 March 2004, Geneva, Switzerland
2 - 14 October 2004, Bangkok, Thailand
1 - 31 March 2005, Bonn, Germany
5 - 9 September 2005, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
16 - 18 November 2005, Nairobi, Kenya
5 - 9 December 2005, Leipzig, Germany
24 - 28 April 2006, Ottawa, Canada
8 - 10 May 2006, City of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
16 - 19 May 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
16 - 19 May 2006, Astrakan, Russian Federation
5 - 8 June 2006, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
14 - 16 June 2006, Manila, Philippines
19 - 20 June 2006, Strasbourg, France
29 June - 1 July 2006, Lima, Peru
1 - 31 July 2006, Manila, Philippines
3 - 8 July 2006, Lima, Peru
4 - 7 July 2006, Kunming, Yunnan, China
7 - 13 July 2006, Lima, Peru
9 - 15 September 2006, Bangor, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
1 - 31 October 2006, To be determined
2 - 6 October 2006, Geneva, Switzerland
4 October 2006, Nagano, Japan
18 - 21 October 2006, Perugia, Italy
3 - 15 June 2007, The Hague, Netherlands
15 June 2007, The Hague, Netherlands
29 September - 3 October 2008, Rome, Italy
17 - 22 November 2008, Cancun, Mexico
27 - 28 November 2008, Rome, Italy
17 - 21 March 2009, Buenos Aires, Argentina
20 - 24 April 2009, Geneva, Switzerland
20 - 24 April 2009
6 - 10 July 2009, Geneva, Switzerland
4 - 8 October 2009, St. Louis, United States of America
5 - 7 October 2009, Brasilia, Brazil
13 - 25 March 2010, Doha, Qatar
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