Submission of views and information on the post-2020 global biodiversity framework  

General views and information submitted to the Secretariat on of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework have been compiled.  Submissions received in response to specific invitations are compiled below and are organized by the respective notification. 

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Submission of views and new information on policy approaches, options or modalities for digital sequence information on genetic resources

Through notification 2021-063, the Executive Secretary to the Convention on Biological Diversity invited Parties, other Governments, indigenous peoples and local communities, relevant stakeholders and organizations to submit views and new or additional approaches, options or modalities on how to address digital sequence information on genetic resources under the Convention and the Nagoya Protocol, based on but not limited to the information and elements contained in document CBD/WG2020/3/4 “Digital sequence information on genetic resources”. 

The deadline for the submissions is 30 September 2021. View submissions  for notification 2021-063

 

Peer review comments on documents related to the scientific and technical information to support the review of the proposed goals and targets in the updated zero draft of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework and an associated information document. 

Through  notification 2021-012 Parties and others were invited  to participate in the peer review process of  document CBD/SBSTTA/24/3/ADD2 providing scientific and technical information to support the review of the proposed goals and targets in the updated zero draft of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework and an associated information document. 

 View submissions for notification 2021-012

 

Peer review comments on a draft monitoring framework for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework and associated documents for SBSTTA-24

Through notification 2020-045 Parties and others were invited  to participate in the peer review process of  a draft monitoring framework for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework,  an information document on the links between the Sustainable Development Goals and the post-2020 global biodiversity framework and an information document on indicators for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework. These draft documents are accessible from the SBSTTA-24 review page

 View submissions for notification 2020-045

 

Submission of views on possible targets, indicators and baselines for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework  

Through notification 2019-108  Parties and others were invited to provide, by 3 February 2020,  views on possible targets, indicators and baselines related to the drivers of biodiversity loss as well as on species conservation and the mainstreaming of biodiversity across sectors in relation to the development of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework.

View submissions for notification 2019-108

 

Submissions on proposals for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework 

Through notification 2019-075 Parties, other Governments, relevant organizations and stakeholders were invited by the Working Group to submit to the Executive Secretary proposals on the structure of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework by 15 September 2019 .

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Submissions on the preparations for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework

Through notification 2019-008 a discussion document summarizing and analyzing the initial views of Parties and observers on the post-2020 global biodiversity framework was made available. A supporting document providing a comparative analysis of the initial views received was also prepared. Through the same notification Parties, other Governments,indigenous peoples and local communities, relevant international organizations, civil society organizations, women’s and youth organizations, private and financial sectors and other stakeholders were invited to provide further views on the post-2020 global biodiversity framework by 15 April 2019.  

View submissions for notification 2019-008

 

Invitation for views on the preparation, scope and content of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework

Through notification 2018-063 Parties, other Governments, indigenous peoples and local communities, relevant international organizations, civil society organizations, women’s and youth organizations, private and financial sectors and other stakeholders were invited to provide further views on the proposed preparatory process for the development of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework,.The responses received in response to this notification are listed below. They are presented in the form, language and order in which they were received

Submission fromDate
United Nations Environment Programme13-August-18
Australia, Canada, Iceland, New Zealand and Norway14-August-18
Costa Rica (1) ,(2) ,(3)14-August-18
Nature Conservation Society of Japan15-August-18
China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation15-August-18
WWF15-August-18
BirdLife International15-August-18
Switzerland16-August-18
UN Women
16-August-18
Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research17-August-18
Colombia17-August-18
Japan21-August-18
IUCN24-August-18
China27-August-18
European Union27-August-18
EcoNexus27-August-18
Natural Capital Coalition30-August-18
International Maritime Organization3-September-18
Mexico10-September-18
Fridtjof Nansen Institute17-September-18
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations20-September-18

BirdLife International, Conservation International, Fauna & Flora International, 

Global Wildlife Conservation,  National Geographic Society, Natural Resources Defense Council, 

The Nature Conservancy, Panthera, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Wildlife Conservation Society, 

World Wildlife Fund International, Wyss Campaign for Nature, UN Foundation, and the Zoological Society of London

27-November-18

Birdlife International, Conservation International, Global Youth Biodiversity Network, 

International Fund for Animal Welfare, Rare, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, 

The Nature Conservancy, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Wildlife Conservation Society and WWF

28-November-18
Institute for Biodiversity Network5-December-18
Global Partnership for Business and Biodiversity6-December-18
WWF7-December-18
IUCN Conservation Genetics Specialist Group and the Scottish Working Group on Aichi Target 138-December-18
International Coral reef Initiative11-December-18

Biodiversify, The University of Oxford, The University of Queensland and The Wildlife Conservation Society, 

The University of Kent and Wild Business and Synchronicity Earth (1) (2)

13-December-18
IIED13-December-18
Israel14-December-18
Global Partnership for Plant Conservation14-December-18
Australia14-December-18

Secretariat of the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative at the 

United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability

14-December-18
Aichi Prefecture14-December-18
International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty (EN) (FR) (ES)14-December-18
Future Earth (1) (2)14-December-18
Population Matters14-December-18
Green Economy Coalition14-December-18
Conservation International14-December-18
WWF Switzerland14-December-18
Bioversity International14-December-18
UNESCO14-December-18
4th Science Forum14-December-18
Global Forest Coalition14-December-18
Traffic14-December-18
Brazil14-December-18
CDC Biodiversité14-December-18
Children & Nature Network (1) (2) (3) (4)14-December-18
Natural Capital Coalition14-December-18
Center for Large Landscape Conservation14-December-18
Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species and its Agreements14-December-18
Avaaz14-December-18
United States14-December-18

National Geographic Society, Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, Wyss Foundation, Resolve and 

the Center for Large Landscape Conservation

14-December-18
Wildlife Conservation Society14-December-18
Campaign for Nature14-December-18
Wild Heritage, the Australian Rainforest Conservation Society and WILD Foundatione14-December-18
United Nations Committee of Experts on Environmental Economic Accounting14-December-18
NatureServe14-December-18
The Nature Conservancy15-December-18
China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development15-December-18
Tompkins Conservation15-December-18
CEEweb for Biodiversity15-December-18
Rainforest Foundation Norway15-December-18
Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network15-December-18
Cambridge Conservation Initiative(1) (2)15-December-18
IUCN15-December-18
Canada(1) (2)15-December-18
The Pew Charitable Trusts,The Natural Resources Defense Council, Ocean Unite and Greenpeace15-December-18
WWF Germany15-December-18
BirdLife15-December-18
Emmaus Aurinkotehdas ry15-December-18
EcoNexus15-December-18
International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (1) (2) (3)15-December-18
Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales15-December-18
Friends of the Earth International15-December-18
New Zealand15-December-18
UNEP and UNEP-WCMC15-December-18
OECD15-December-18
Norway18-December-18
Switzerland19-December-18
World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Biodiversity and the Economy19-December-18
Green Growth Knowledge Platform and its Natural Capital Expert Working Group20-December-18
European Union20-December-18
ICCA Consortium21-December-18
Colombia24-December-18
Japan26-December-18
Uganda8-January-19
China23-January-19

 

Peer review - Proposals for a comprehensive and participatory process for the preparation of the post-2020 biodiversity framework

Through notification 2017-124 National Focal Points for the Convention and its Protocols as well as indigenous peoples and local communities, and relevant organizations were invited to peer review a draft document on proposals for a comprehensive and participatory process for the preparation of the post-2020 biodiversity framework.The responses received in response to this notification are listed below. They are presented in the form, language and order in which they were received

Submission fromDate
Finland21-Dec-17
Sweden21-Dec-17
Japan3-Jan-18
All India Forum of Forest Movements4-Jan-18
European Union4-Jan-18
Hungary4-Jan-18
University of Warsaw Centre for Environmental Studies and Sustainable Development7-Jan-18
Norway8-Jan-18
Forest Peoples Programme8-Jan-18
France8-Jan-17
Benin8-Jan-18
Islamic Republic of Iran8-Jan-18
Austria8-Jan-18
Belgium8-Jan-18
Brazil8-Jan-18
Pro Natura8-Jan-18
Conservation International8-Jan-18
Iraq8-Jan-18
WWF Germany8-Jan-18
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland9-Jan-18
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations9-Jan-18
Global Forest Coalition and the Community Conservation Resilience Initiative9-Jan-18
Plurinational State of Bolivia9-Jan-18
ICCA Consortium10-Jan-18
Secretariat of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services10-Jan-18
Madagascar11-Jan-18
Andes Chinchasuyu from Ecuador and the Indigenous Women Network on Biodiversity from Latin America and the Caribbean13-Jan-18
Mexico15-Jan-18
Malaysia18-Jan-18
Togo26-Jan-18
Environment and Conservation Organisations of NZ Inc12-Feb-18
World Health Organization13-Feb-18
Colombia14-Feb-18
Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research14-Feb-18
UN Environment15-Feb-18
Uganda15-Feb-18
World Wide Fund for Nature International (WWF)15-Feb-18
Canada15-Feb-18
New Zealand16-Feb-18
UNEP-WCMC16-Feb-18
IUCN16-Feb-18
UNESCO16-Feb-18
BirdLife International16-Feb-18
República Bolivariana de Venezuela16-Feb-18
The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus16-Feb-18
Brazil1-March-18

 

Preparations of the Post-2020 Strategic Plan

Through notification 2017-052 Parties, other Governments, relevant organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities were invited to provide comments on the preparatory process and timetable for the follow-up to the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020. The responses received in response to this notification are listed below. They are presented in the form, language and order in which they were received

Submission fromDate
WWF7-Sep-17
IUCN12-Sep-17
Global Partnership for Plant Conservation13-Sep-17
Pro Natura13-Sep-17
Japan14-Sep-17
Conservation International14-Sep-17
Canada15-Sep-17
European Union15-Sep-17
Alianza Mexicana por la Biodiversidad15-Sep-17
Biodiversity Indicators Partnership15-Sep-17
BirdLife International15-Sep-17
CBD Women’s Caucus15-Sep-17
Global Forest Coalition and Community Conservation Resilience Initiative15-Sep-17
UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre15-Sep-17
UN Environment15-Sep-17
Norway25-Sep-17
Forest Peoples Programme28-Sep-17
Mexico11-Oct-17
MedPAN12-Oct-17
B&L évolution14-Oct-17
Egypt5-Nov-17
Ramsar Convention on Wetlands26-Dec-17