Reference: SCBD/SAM/DC/JL/JA/JG/85006 (2015-136)
To: CBD National Focal Points and SBSTTA Focal Points; other Governments; relevant organizations; indigenous peoples and local communities
25 November 2015 – Reminding the world that the sooner action is taken to tackle climate change, the greater the benefits for all, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today said that for the nearly nine years, he has been at the head of the Organization, he has travelled the world to th ...
In sub-Saharan Africa, dozens of major 'development corridors,' including roads, railroads, and pipelines, are in the works to increase agricultural production, mineral exports, and economic integration.
A new study co-authored by an economist suggests that international trade will do little to alleviate climate-induced farming problems.
Deforestation in Colombia increased by 16 percent last year according to an annual report prepared by the country’s Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology and Environmental Studies (IDEAM).
KAMPALA, Uganda, Nov 26 2015 (IPS) - Climate Change needs to be at the top of the country’s agenda, according to a project examining Uganda’s policies. It says the country hasn’t paid enough attention to climate change in national development and agriculture plans and this needs to be turned aro ...
A South African judge on Thursday lifted a domestic ban on trade in rhino horns, in a direct challenge to government policy put in place in 2009 to try to stem rocketing poaching numbers.
In Bengal's mangrove forests, the effects of climate change are forcing men to leave their families in search of work. But now, seaweed farming is offering the women left behind financial stability and empowerment.
Nairobi, 26 November 2015 - His Holiness Pope Francis today called on world leaders to seal a strong agreement at the Paris climate change meeting next month, adding that transforming current development models was a "political and economic obligation", as he visited the global headquarters of t ...
25 November 2015 – Just days away from the kick-off of the 21st United Nations climate change conference — widely known as COP21 — the UN is reminding its main actors that this conference must be a turning point for climate action.
Opening Remarks by Dr. Tom .O. Okurut, Executive Director National Environment Management Authority, Republic of Uganda
Statement by Prof. Ephraim kamuntu (MP), Minister for Water and Environment, Republic of Uganda
Opening Remarks of the Representative of the Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Mr. Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias
Presentation: Resource Mobilization and Financial Reporting under the CBD - Introduction and international flows
Presentation: Resource Mobilization and Financial Reporting under the CBD - Closing finance gaps
Presentation: BIOFIN-Expenditure Review Team
Presentation: Resource Mobilization and Financial Reporting under the CBD- Assessing funding needs, gaps, and priorities: costing the NBSAPs
Presentation: The Biodiversity Finance Initiative (BIOFIN) - Mobilising Resources for Biodiversity and Sustainable Development
Presentation: Resource Mobilization and Financial Reporting under the CBD - Assessing biodiversity-related expenditures
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Presentation: Biodiversity Mainstreaming: Building legal & policy frameworks- Ms. Yolanda Saito, IDLO
Background and Programme of Work
Presentation: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and implications for the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 and COP-13 – Mr. Andreas Obrecht, FOEN
Presentation: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the SDGs – Mr. Roberto Dondisch, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico
Presentation: Japan Committee for United Nations Decade on Biodiversity- Ms. Fumiko Nakao, Ministry of Environment of Japan
Presentation: The Role of Biodiversity in Achieving the SDGs: Opportunities for biodiversity mainstreaming– Mr. Lyes Ferroukhi, UNDP
Presentation: Institutional Arrangements: Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Engagement – Ms. Yolanda Teran, RMIB-LAC
Presentation: Intelligence on Decision Making for the Natural Capital of Mexico- Mr. Jose Sarukhan, CONABIO Mexico
Presentation: Danish decision-making processes – Ms. Mette G. Damsgaard, Nature Agency Ministry of Environment of Denmark
Presentation: Cross-sectoral mainstreaming : Policies and Tools- Mr. Robert Munroe, UNEP-WCMC
Presentation: The Case of Costa Rica- Mr. Carlos Manuel Rodriguez, Conservation International
Presentation: Tools and approaches for mainstreaming biodiversity in the EU – Ms. Laure Ledoux, European Commission
Presentation: The role of economic incentives and perverse subsidies in biodiversity mainstreaming – Ms. Katia Karousakis, OECD
Presentation: TEEBAgFood: The Economics of Ecosystems & Biodiversity- Mr. Alexander Mueller, UNEP
Presentation: At the coalface: Experiences from the GEF biodiversity portfolio– Mr. Mark Zimsky, GEF
Presentation: Ecological Research for Profitable Conservation by Local Population funded by Tourism- Mr. José Koechlin, INKATERRA
Presentation: Mainstreaming in the Fisheries Sector: The experience of Peru- Mr. Hector Soldi, MINAM Peru
Presentation: The case of Mexico: Sustainable Tourism - Mr. Manuel Barclay, SECTUR Mexico
Presentation: Towards an Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management: Norwegian Experiences – Mr. Peter Gullestad, Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries
Presentation: Biodiversity Conservation in Production Forests and Certified Markets - Mr.Jose Armando Alanís, CONAFOR Mexico