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Gabon - Overview

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Status and Trends of Biodiversity

Overview

Forests cover 85% of Gabon, while savannahs, mangroves and wetlands, among others, cover the remaining 15%. Forests in Gabon comprise an estimated 8000 plant species with a 20% endemism rate. The Monts de Cristal constitute Gabon’s richest region, and probably one of the richest in all tropical Africa, in terms of the number of plant species... More »

National Biodiversity Strategy Action Plan

Major features of National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan

The NBSAP comprises two types of objectives. The “development objective” aims to integrate biodiversity conservation issues in economic development planning, and the “specific objective” aims to exploit and protect biodiversity in a sustainable manner. Activities will be undertaken in regard to: forests; freshwater; marine and coastal zones; agrobiodiversity; local and indigenous knowledge; biosafety; protected areas; and public participation... More »

National Contacts

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Convention on Biological Diversity

M. Emmanuel Bayani Ngoyi
CBD Primary NFP, CHM NFP, ICNP ABS NFP, Traditional Knowledge NFP
Dr. Flore A. Koumba Pambo
SBSTTA NFP
Madame Chimène Epouse Ntougou Milendji Koumba
CHM NFP
M. Guy Alfred Mouity
Protected Areas NFP
Mr. Jean Bruno Mikissa
GTI NFP

Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety

Madame Chimène Epouse Ntougou Milendji Koumba
BCH NFP
Mr. Jean Bruno Mikissa
Cartagena Protocol Primary NFP

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