Participation in the Bio-Bridge Initiative

Who can participate in the Initiative?

All Parties to the Convention and its Protocols, relevant organizations, policymakers and scientists are welcome to participate in the Bio-Bridge Initiative. One can participate in the Initiative by :

  • Requesting for assistance
  • Providing assistance
  • Sharing technical tools and resources
  • Participating in the Bio-Bridge discussion forum

Requesting assistance

The main Bio-Bridge beneficiaries are Parties to the Convention and its Protocols. Importantly, activities under the Initiaitive promote involvement and engagement of all relevant stakeholders. Priority for assistance is given to developing country Parties, in particular the least developed and small island developing States among them, Parties with economies in transition, as well as indigenous peoples and local communities.

Request
Assistance

Providing assistance

Any governments and relevant organizations, including non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations, regional organizations, indigenous peoples and local communities, academic institutions, other mechanisms for biodiversity-related technical and scientific cooperation and capacity development, development assistance agencies, foundations and funding agencies as well as private sector partners can provide technical assistance including funding for technical and scientific cooperation projects and specific Bio-Bridge activities.

Provide
Assistance

Announcing opportunities

Any Party, government or relevant organization can announce existing opportunities for technical and scientific cooperation and technology transfer, including available funding for technical and scientific cooperation projects and specific Bio-Bridge activities.

Announce
TSC Opportunity
Contact us :

The Bio-Bridge Initiative
Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity
413, Saint Jacques Street, suite 800
Montreal QC H2Y 1N9, Canada



Telephone: 1 514 288 2220
Fax: 1 514 288 6588
Email: biobridge@cbd.int
Web: www.cbd.int