The International Seabed Authority is an autonomous international organization established under the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and the 1994 Agreement relating to the Implementation of Part XI of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. The Authority is the ...http://www.isa.org.jm/en/default.htm
On July 1, 1973, the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) is created through an agreement between IICA and the Costa Rican government. The Center would focus on research and higher education. CATIE’s headquarters were established at IICA’s field office, in Turrialba ...
“The ASEAN Center for Biodiversity was recently established by the ten member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to promote biodiversity conservation in the region, which is well known for its diverse and rich tropical biological diversity. The Center reflects the st ...
Application of the Advance Informed Agreement Procedure
Bilateral and Multilateral Agreements and Arrangements
Relationshop with International Agreements and Instruments
Ensuring the effective implementation of articles 8(j) and 10 (c ) is critical for achieving the CBD objectives at local level. Traditional knowledge and customary use are closely inter-linked, and are themselves dependent on biodiversity, landscapes, customary laws and cultural and spiritual va ...
The world's governments will hold informal talks here from 15 to 19 September in an effort to build political momentum for the conclusion of a legally-binding agreement on reducing any potential risks resulting from the transboundary movement of living modified organisms (LMOs)
12 September 2000, Geneva, Switzerland
10 - 16 November 2000, Kishiro, Japan
7 - 8 December 2000, Berlin, Germany
26 - 27 February 2001, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
21 - 23 May 2001, London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
26 June 2001, Geneva, Switzerland
Background Document on Existing International Agreements Related to Biosafety
Item 14 of the Provisional Agenda <br> The Convention on Biological Diversity and the Agreement on Trade-Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIP): Relationships and Synergies
28 February - 2 March 2002, Principaute de Monaco, France
Analysis of the Development and Experience of the Operations of Other Conventions and Agreements
The Relationship Between Intellectual Property Rights and the Relevant Provisions of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement) and the Convention on Biological Diversity
The Relationship Between Intellectual Property Rights and the Relevant Provisions of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement) and the Convention on Biological Diversity (Corrigendum)
Liability and redress (Article 27)<br />Compilation of information on national, regional and international measures and agreements in the field of liability and redress for damage resulting from the transboundary movements of living modified organism
Background document on existing international agreements related to biosafety
Johannesburg, 30 August 2002 – As delegates in Johannesburg work towards broad agreements on poverty alleviation and sustainable development, three issue-specific treaties that contribute to these goals – the conventions on biological diversity, climate change and desertification – continue to a ...
25 - 27 September 2002, Bonn, Germany
12 November 2002, Geneva, Switzerland
Montreal, June 13 2003 –Ratification today by Palau triggers the countdown to the entry into force of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, the first legally binding international agreement governing the movement of living modified organisms across national borders. It will take effect on 11 Sept ...
Environment and the TRIPs agreement
Agreement between the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Government of Canada concerning the headquarters of the Convention Secretariat
Article 11- Bilateral and regional agreements
Montreal, September 9, 2003 – The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, the first legally binding international agreement governing the transboundary movement of living modified organisms resulting from modern biotechnology enters into force on Thursday, 11 September 2003.
Protected areas: Looking for synergies in the implementation of site based international agreements and programmes
Liability and redress (Article 27)<br>Compilation of information on national, regional and international measures and agreements in the field of liability and redress for damage resulting from the transboundary movements of living modified organisms
Reference: SCBD/RMCS/MR-H/40594 (2003-126)
To: CBD National Focal Points
The Secretariat has signed an Agreement with the Government of the Netherlands which provides a grant of 1,600,000 Euros to the BE Trust Fund over the period 2003-2006English
<br>In anticipation of the adoption of a strong Programme of Work on Protected Areas, seven governments are stepping forward to take a leadership role, and have entered into formal agreements with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to start implementing key actions that are likely to be inclu ...
29 - 30 March 2004, Geneva, Switzerland
23 - 24 June 2004, Brussels, Belgium
26 - 30 July 2004, Geneva, Switzerland
1 - 31 December 2004, To be determined, Mexico
25 - 28 January 2005, Guadalajara, Mexico
14 - 18 February 2005, Geneva, Switzerland
Montreal, 3 June 2005. The 118 countries and the European Community, who are members to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, have ended their second meeting without agreement on the shipping documentation requirements for bulk shipments of living modified organisms (LMOs), (also known as geneti ...