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Meeting Documents

Expert meeting on the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation

5 - 7 October 2003 - Kerry County, Ireland
25 document(s)

Official Documents (4)
1.
UNEP/CBD/EG-GSPC/1/1
Revised provisional agenda
2.
UNEP/CBD/EG-GSPC/1/1/ADD1
Annotations to the agenda
3.
Decision VI/9
Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
4.
Report on the liaison group meeting on the global strategy for plant conservation
(UNEP/CBD/LG-GSPC/1/2)
Information Documents (7)
1.
A review of the scope, terminology, base-line information, technical and scientific rationale of the 16 draft targets included in the proposed Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, with particular reference to the quantitative elements they contain**
(UNEP/CBD/COP/6/INF/21/ADD1)
2.
Opportunities for the implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation through the thematic and cross-cutting programmes of work of the Convention on Biological Diversity
(UNEP/CBD/COP/6/INF/21/ADD2)
3.
Global Strategy for Plant Conservation Nationally based initiatives that can contribute to the implementation of the Strategy
(UNEP/CBD/COP/6/INF/21/ADD3)
4.
Examples of regional and international initiatives relevant to the 16 targets
(UNEP/CBD/COP/6/INF/21/ADD4)
5.
Global Plant Conservation Strategy European Plant Conservation Strategy
(UNEP/CBD/COP/6/INF/22)
6.
Draft Report of the 2010-Global Biodiversity Challenge meeting
7.
Integration of outcome-oriented targets into the programmes of work of the Convention, taking into account the 2010 biodiversity target, the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, and relevant targets set by the World Summit on Sustainable Development
(UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/9/14)
Other (14)
1.
Information for participants
2.
Notification 2003-097
3.
Stakeholder Consultation on Target 1: a widely accessibly working list of known plant species, as a step towards a complete world flora
4.
Stakeholder consultation on target 2: a preliminary assessment of the conservation status of all known plant species at national, regional and international levels
5.
Stakeholder Consultation on Target 4: at least 10% of the world's ecological regions effectively conserved
6.
Stakeholder Consultation on Target 5: Protection of 50 per cent of the most important areas for plant diversity assured
7.
Background Paper for the implementation of Target 6: At least 30 per cent of production lands managed consistent with the conservation of plant diversity
8.
Background Paper for the implementation of Target 7: 60 per cent of the world’s threatened species conserved in situ
9.
Stakeholder Consultation on Target 8: 60% of threatened plant species in accessible ex situ collections, preferably in the country of origin, and 10% of them included in recovery and restoration programmes
10.
Background paper for the implementation of Target 9: 70 per cent of the genetic diversity of crops and other major socio-economically valuable plant species conserved, and associated indigenous and local knowledge maintained
11.
Report of the CITES Plant Committee on implementation of Target 11: No species of wild flora endangered by international trade, and other relevant targets of the Strategy
12.
Background Paper for the implementation of Target 12: 30 per cent of plant-based products derived from sources that are sustainably managed
13.
Background paper for the implementation of Target 13: The decline of plant resources, and associated indigenous and local knowledge, innovations and practices that support sustainable livelihoods, local food security and health care, halted
14.
Further background material related to target 2

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