Marine and Coastal Biodiversity: Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas
Marine and Coastal Biodiversity: Draft Summary Report on the Description of Areas Meeting The Scientific Criteria for Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas (Addendum)
Addressing Adverse Impacts of Human Activities on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity, Including Coral Bleaching, Ocean Acidification, Fisheries and Underwater Noise
Marine Biodiversity: Marine Spatial Planning and Voluntary Guidelines for the Consideration of Biodiversity in Environmental Impact Assessments and Strategic Environmental Assessments in Marine and Coastal Areas
Marine and Coastal Biodiversity: Voluntary Guidelines for the Consideration of Biodiversity in Environmental Impact Assessments and Strategic Environmental Assessments in Marine and Coastal Areas
Identifying Specific Elements for Integrating the Traditional, Scientific, Technical and Technological Knowledge of Indigenous and Local Communities, and Social and Cultural Criteria and Other Aspects for the Application of Scientific Criteria for Identification of Ecologically or Biologically S ...
Progress Made in the Implementation of the Specific Work Plan on Coral Bleaching
Report of the Expert Meeting to Develop a Series of Joint Expert Review Processes to Monitor and Assess the Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity
Synthesis Document on the Impacts of Marine Debris on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity
Background on the Development of Voluntary Guidelines for the Consideration of Biodiversity in Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAS) and Strategic Environmental Assessments (Seas) in Marine and Coastal Areas
Proposals for the Sustainable Ocean Initiative
Synthesis Document on the Experience and Use of Marine Spatial Planning
Oceans, Coasts, Islands: Achieving the Aichi Biodiversity Targets: Abstracts of Posters Presented at the Sixteenth Meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice
Review of the Report of the joint OSPAR/NEAFC/CBD Scientific Workshop on EBSAs in the Northeast Atlantic (Addendum)
Report of the Western South Pacific Regional Workshop to Facilitate the Description of Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas
Report of the Wider Caribbean and Western Mid-Atlantic Regional Workshop to Facilitate the Description of Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas
Synthesis Report on the Work Carried Out Regarding Description of EBSAS in the Mediterranean
Training Manual for the Description of Ecologically and Biologically Significant Areas (EBSAS) in Open-Ocean Waters and Deep-Sea Habitats
13 - 16 November 2006, Helsinki, Finland
Workshop of coast and shallow sea. Coastline and the Shallow sea region that bring up biological diversity. We are learn abut good practice and the lesson learns. How is a Shallow sea region important to marine biological diversity? We preserve a continuity of the coastline in good condition and ...
Four new sharks—including a "rapier wielding" sawshark—are among 140 new species discovered by California Academy of Sciences researchers in 2011, the institution announced in December.
Vast tracts of Australia's oceans have been formally declared as protected areas, as part of long-running efforts to establish the world's largest network of marine reserves.
Research led by UBC experts says stocks would rebound if subsidies were dramatically reduced
Biodiversity in Europe's lakes and rivers is shrinking. Pollution, overfishing, habitat loss and the introduction of invasive species threaten a large number of fish, mollusks, snails and plants, according to a new European Commission report. The situation for animals on land isn't much better.
Is it a case of fence eating the crop? Green activists say the government is the biggest culprit for the depletion of mangrove forests in India.
The UK's only known resident population of killer whales is at risk of becoming extinct, marine life experts fear.
A tenet of modern fisheries science may be unfounded, suggests a study of how catches are affecting marine ecosystems. The finding has sparked a heated debate about how best to measure humanity's impact on the ocean.
CANBERRA, Australia, Jan. 14 (UPI) -- Fishing nets left or lost by fishermen, known as "ghost nets," are threatening wildlife -- especially sea turtles -- in the sea off Australia, scientists say.
Scientists have described whale sightings off the Cornish coast as one of the "largest gatherings" of the species ever seen in British waters.
Even the most extreme geoengineering approaches will not stop sea levels from rising due to climate change, a study suggests.
Hundreds of crown-of-thorns starfish found on a beach in southern Japan in January stranded themselves because they were starving, say researchers.
A huge crustacean has been found lurking 7km down in the waters off the coast of New Zealand.
A new study states that nearly a third of the fish stocks certified as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council were actually overfished
Biologist Roger Payne played a key role in helping end the wholesale slaughter of whales. In this interview, he talks about the threats they continue to face
On a dive in the Alvin submersible, a researcher sees a spectacular display of deep sea life.
25 - 27 November 2008, Guayaquil, Ecuador
6 - 13 July 2012, Bucharest, Romania
9 - 12 June 2003, New York, United States of America
26 - 30 January 2004, Portland, United States of America
13 - 25 March 2010, Doha, Qatar
10 - 18 September 2005, Beijing, China
15 - 21 August 2004, Stockholm, Sweden
Reference: SCBD/OMG/NP/DA/fa/cr/79601 (2012-057)
To: CBD National Focal Points; UN-Ocean members, Regional Seas Organizations, Regional Fisheries Management Organizations, and other Relevant Organizations
3 - 8 April 2006, Island of Crete, Greece
7 - 11 March 2005, Rome, Italy
31 January - 4 February 2011, Rome, Italy
16 - 20 October 2006, Beijing, China
2 - 6 November 2009, Stralsund, Germany
27 - 28 November 2008, Gland, Switzerland