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Side Event
#1734
COP 10
2010-10-21

Social dimensions of marine protected areas

This event will bring together representatives from fishing communities, fishworker organizations, researchers and policy makers, to discuss the various social dimensions of marine protected areas especially from a fishing community perspective

Side Event
#1730
COP 10
2010-10-21

THE ROLE OF "SATOUMI" FOR MARINE BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION

"Sato-umi" is a coastal zone where the livelihood of human-beings and the blessings of nature coexist in harmony with coastal area eco-systems. The objective of this side event is to promote a better understanding of the Sato-umi concept and of the significance of Sato-umi creation. Experts will ...

Side Event
#1832
COP 10
2010-10-21

The impacts of destructive fishing practices, unsustainable fishing, and illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing on marine biodiversity and habitats

Achieving a viable balance between human use of marine living resources and conservation of marine biodiversity and habitats is essential to secure long-term ecosystem service delivery, including healthy and productive fish populations. This side event will present a report prepared by FAO,UNEP ...

Side Event
#2130
COP 10
2010-10-20

The Role of Marine Reserves and Wildlife Sanctuaries in Conserving Large Pelagic Species

The side event will consist of a presentation on the current state of global marine biodiversity. Specifically, the presentation will focus on marine biodiversity as it relates to large pelagic species including tuna, sharks and whales. Time will be allotted for discussion and questions.

Side Event
#1733
COP 10
2010-10-20

Agriculture and biodiversity

Presentation of activities for biodiversity conservation in agricultural sector in Japan. Agriculture is an essential production activity on supplying necessary food and daily commodities for human lives, and also on the viewpoint of food security. For the maintenance and development of sustaina ...

Side Event
#1822
COP 10
2010-10-20

The Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative (GOBI): applying the CBD criteria to identify ecologically significant areas in the high seas

This side event is an introduction to the Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative (GOBI). Speakers will provide illustrations of how this international partnership is advancing the scientific basis for conserving biological diversity in the deep seas and open oceans. The work under this initiative ...

Side Event
#1844
COP 10
2010-10-20

The Western Indian Ocean: Resilient ecosystems for sustainable livelihoods, adaptation, and human security

Discussion and presentations from countries and institutions in the Western Indian Ocean (islands of the Indian Ocean and coastal areas of East Africa) hosted by the Global island partnership. Will including the environmental and climate change needs and threats and how to address these through ...

Side Event
#1920
COP 10
2010-10-20

Coral Reefs: A valuable ecosystem in jeopardize Note: this title may change

Tropical marine and coral reef ecosystems, including mangroves and seagrasses, are vulnerable environmental resources that provide significant economic goods and services and contribute to the livelihoods, food security and safety of millions of people around the world. The health of these resou ...

Side Event
#1757
COP 10
2010-10-20

Coastal biodiversity—improvement measure for global environment through restoration of coastal ocean

*In October 2009, the UN agencies etc. (including UNEP) published a report, in which notes that “Out of all the biological carbon (or green carbon) captured in the world, over half (55%) is captured by marine living organisms – not on land – hence it is called blue carbon.”. In CO2 absorption by ...

Side Event
#1738
COP 10
2010-10-19

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS PRODUCED BY THE MEASURES WHICH CONSERVE LOCAL LIVING CREATURES (LIVING CREATURE MARK)

In 2008, MAFF started to recommend the utilization of a voluntary eco-label called the “living creature mark”. It applies to agriculture, forestry and marine products produced by the measures which conserve local living creatures. (e.g. rice with oriental white stork mark.). These brands may hel ...

Side Event
#2121
COP 10
2010-10-19

Satoumi and the management of marine and coastal biodiversity in Japan

The event will be held to launch a CBD Technical Report on the topic of Satoumi, and to elaborate how Satoumi is used in Japan to improve the management of marine and coastal biodiversity in an ecosystem approach context.

Side Event
#1732
COP 10
2010-10-19

Case Reports on Sustainable Economic/Social Activities―Biodiversity and Sound Material-Cycle Society―

Case Reports on the Cyclical Measures (such as Biomass Utilization) Contributing to Biodiversity by External Environmental Experts (NGOs, Researchers, etc.).

Side Event
#1831
COP 10
2010-10-19

Ocean Acidification

Ocean acidification, as a direct consequence of increased carbon dioxide, presents a serious concern for marine and coastal biodiversity and habitats globally. An emerging body of research suggests that the effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms and ecosystems will be variable and co ...

Side Event
#2110
COP 10
2010-10-18

Presentation of the Marine Protected Areas Gap Analysis

In 2004, the 7th Conference of Parties (COP7) of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) drafted the Programme of Work on Protected Areas (PoWPA) to support the establishment and maintenance of comprehensive, effectively managed, and ecologically representative national and regional systems ...

Side Event
#1744
COP 10
2010-10-18

OBSERVATION OF MARINE BIODIVERSITY (FEAT. JAPAN AGENCY FOR MARINE-EARTH SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY)

The human beings live with bio-resources. However, we do not know a proper solution for sustainable use of these bio-resources. The information of ocean biodiversity is still scant. In the term of the land, detailed analysis and prediction on the biodiversity are necessary to understand the conn ...

Side Event
#2275
COP 10

INSPIRING MARINE BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION: BEST PRACTICES AND NEW IDEAS FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION AND EDUCATION WITH THE WORLD OCEAN NETWORK

Educational organisations, aquaria, science centres, natural history museums, research centres, zoos, media and NGO are at the interface of different publics and very good vehicles for communication towards the public at large. Together they reach hundreds of millions of people each year. World ...

Side Event
#2454
SBSTTA 16

Advances in Deep Sea Research and Application to Governance and Management of Marine Biodiversity

This event will showcase key research by the EU funded Hotspot Ecosystem Research and Man’s Impact on European Seas (HERMIONE) Consortium, and demonstrate how scientific research can be utilised by decision makers and competent management authorities to aid the governance and management of deep ...

Side Event
#2455
SBSTTA 16

Addressing Biodiversity Concerns in Sustainable Fisheries

To present and discuss the Fisheries Expert Group's Scientific Workshop on "Governance for Fisheries and Marine Conservation: Interactions and Coevolution," held in Bergen, Norway, in March 2012. This meeting is organized under the aegis of the Fisheries Expert Group of the IUCN Commission on Ec ...

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