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Knowledge Base

The purpose of this knowledge base is to facilitate access to key CBD resources. This initial version has been created thanks to the support of Spain and is undergoing further development.
Meeting Document
#104102
2015-05-28

UNEP/CBD/BS/DI/WS/2015/1/2

Summary of the Activities under the Electronic Network of Laboratories for the Detection and Identification of Living Modified Organisms (2014-2015)

Meeting Document
#104101
2015-05-28

UNEP/CBD/A8J/WS/2015/1/1

Provisional Agenda

Meeting Document
#104100
2015-05-28

Document

Annotations to the Provisional Agenda

News Headlines
#104084
2015-05-28

International Biodiversity Day Celebrates Biodiversity and Sustainable Development

22 May 2015: The 2015 International Day for Biological Diversity convened under the theme, ‘Biodiversity and Sustainable Development,' reflecting the importance of efforts made to establish a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the relevance of biodiversity for achieving sustainable ...

News Headlines
#104085
2015-05-28

New wasp species named after Harry Potter series' dementor

BANGKOK, May 27 (UPI) -- Ampulex dementor, also known as the dementor wasp, is only one of 139 new species discovered last year in the Greater Mekong region, but it is most certainly the scariest.

News Headlines
#104086
2015-05-28

Plankton trawl reveals ten times the species

The number of known plankton species floating in our oceans has increased ten-fold thanks to an international study aiming to understand the impact of climate change.

News Headlines
#104087
2015-05-28

Uganda's elephant population has risen 600% since its 1980s low

In the 1980s, Uganda's elephants looked like they were on their way to extinction.

News Headlines
#104088
2015-05-28

David Attenborough calls on ordinary people to help save Africa's elephants

People need to support the conservation charities working to stop the killing of Africa’s last elephants and rhinos by joining them, says naturalist

News Headlines
#104089
2015-05-28

OPINION: Saving Wildlife From the Specter of Trade

Elephants, rhinos, and other wildlife across the globe are being slaughtered for their tusks, horns, pelts, and bones with no end in sight.

News Headlines
#104090
2015-05-28

This Indian Foundation Is Protecting Wilderness and Helping Farmers -- And That's Just the Beginning

MUMBAI -- Almost 70 years after India's independence, over 100 million acres of land falls under the definition of "common lands": territory occupied jointly by rural communities in the hinterland. But deforestation, waste of natural resources and over-irrigation risks turning it all into wasteland.

News Headlines
#104091
2015-05-28

Using leeches to measure mammal biodiversity

In order to get a better grasp on the biodiversity of mammals in Sumatra, University of Delaware graduate student Sarah Weiskopf spent two weeks collecting leeches in Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park and conducting genetic analyses of their blood meals.

News Headlines
#104092
2015-05-28

Finance to protect forests must meet local needs: experts

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Madagascar has 7 million hectares of rainforest under protection as of this month, but stopping the poor people who live near those areas from illegally cutting down rosewood trees remains a challenge.

News Headlines
#104093
2015-05-28

In the forest, women’s voices not heard: report

LIMA, Peru: REDD+ – with its emphasis on the sustainable management of forests, is so often pitched to communities and what they can do to help ensure their futures.

News Headlines
#104094
2015-05-28

Abundant promise, abundant risk: Formalization of natural resource trade

BOGOR, Indonesia: The move toward formalization of trade in natural resources in developing countries—from timber and rattan to chicle and cashews—must be undertaken with care, a new analysis of natural resource laws across the globe suggests.

News Headlines
#104095
2015-05-28

Ecology in a changing climate

Complex ecological and evolutionary controls of forest dynamics make projecting the future difficult.

News Headlines
#104096
2015-05-28

Mystery disease claims half world population of saiga antelopes

The death toll of iconic saiga antelopes in central Asia has soared to around 120,000, almost half of the world's remaining population, according to unofficial estimates.

Meeting Document
#104083
2015-05-27

UNEP/CBD/WG8J/9/1

Provisional Agenda

Meeting Document
#104082
2015-05-27

UNEP/CBD/WG8J/9/1/ADD1

Annotations to the Provisional Agenda

Meeting Document
#104073
2015-05-27

Document

Presentation: WRI - Making the case_final

Meeting Document
#104072
2015-05-27

Document

Presentation: Valuation Introduction

Meeting Document
#104070
2015-05-27

Document

Presentation: Sustainable Island Resource Fund Management Mechanism

Meeting Document
#104071
2015-05-27

Document

Presentation: Towards Resource Mobilization Mechanisms for the Caribbean

Meeting Document
#104068
2015-05-27

Document

Presentation: Grenada_ Ecosystem-based Adaptation Project

Meeting Document
#104069
2015-05-27

Document

Presentation: Saint Lucia National Trust's Experience

Meeting Document
#104066
2015-05-27

Document

Presentation: ENCA_Simpl_Model_jlw2015

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