Incentive Measures (Article 11): Progress report on activities undertaken by Parties, other Governments, relevant organizations and initiatives, and the Executive Secretary, Analysis of information received
Incentive Measures (Article 11): Synthesis of information on progress in implementing decision X/44
24 - 25 June 2003, Washington D.C., United States of America
13 - 18 June 2004, Sao Paulo, Brazil
3 - 10 July 2005, Umea, Sweden
11 - 12 April 2011, Paris, France
24 - 27 June 2009, Brussels, Belgium
5 - 7 April 2006, Zagreb, Croatia
23 - 25 June 2005, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
How to mainstreaming Green economy for achieving the Aichi target 7, overcoming the diverse values? This side event provides 2 cases with Satoyama-Satoumi approaches and 1 methodology for multi-stakeholder communication.Furthermore, we will also discuss life&work-style innovation in Satoyama-Sa ...
In 2008, MAFF started to recommend the utilization of a voluntary eco-label called the “living creature mark”. It applies to agriculture, forestry and marine products produced by the measures which conserve local living creatures. (e.g. rice with oriental white stork mark.). These brands may hel ...
RATIONALE AND POLICY RELEVANCE Building on decision XI/4 adopted in 2012, Parties at this 12th CoP will discuss the need to mobilize funds at the international and domestic levels to achieve the three objectives of the Convention. To do so, Parties will discuss a list of key actions to improve ...
IMPTF calls for the introduction of a modified mechanism that would provide funding to qualifying projects existing within established and recognized Connectivity Conservation frameworks (or corridors) which can be regional as well as intra-national (with national approval), at least until count ...
a.s.r. is going to reward farmers who are committed to sustainable business operations. Farmers who use agricultural land owned by a.s.r. can receive a discount of 5 to 10% on the rent if they manage their land sustainably. In order to make the agricultural sector more sustainable, a.s.r. has fo ...
Agenda item 3.11: Economic valuation of biological diversity
Presentation and discussion on management of alien species causing problems all over the world (the second part: involvement of local government, NGOs and private sector etc.).
6 - 8 April 2005, Montreal, Canada
The Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL) worked out 9 policy options that could contribute to the conservation and sustainable use of global biodiversity and a few ecosystem goods and services. Policy options are defined here as alternative pathways for policymakers along which to i ...
8 - 10 December 2004, Newcastle, Australia
Biodiversity loss occurs all over the world, particularly in the tropics. However, northern countries also are responsible for the loss of biodiversity in southern countries, as a consequence of trade. National efforts alone were not successful to slow down biodiversity loss, and thus we have to ...
In this workshop, the national progress of the Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity in China will be introduced. Meanwhile, the preliminary results of two pilot studies for economics valuation at local level and one for poverty reduction at community level in China will be shown respectively ...
More than half of GDP in SA is moderately to highly dependent on biodiversity and ecosystem services
A market platform matching producers providing biodiversity services with corporations seeking to invest in credible on-farm environmental stewardship is expected to be running by the end of the year.
Presentation of the GEF-6 Financial Needs Assessment and the methodology used to generate the Target by Target results
CAF, the Development Bank of Latin America, will use $7 billion in planned equity capitalization to back economic recovery and renewable energy development in the region, its president said on Thursday.
Indigenous peoples and local communities are gaining increasing international recognition of their roles in the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity under the CBD. At the same time, they struggle to retain similar rights under UNFCCC REDD. This side event brings together community re ...
Presentation by the CBD Secretariat <br>Geneva, Switzerland, 13-14 June 2002
Reference: SCBD/SEL/ML/GD/67823 (2009-124)
To: GRULAC Primary Focal Points and SBSTTA Focal Points
This is further to the letter dated 3 August 2009 (Ref.: SCBD/SEL/ML/lb/67823) informing on the regional initiative advanced by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in partnership with the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (SCBD), entitled “Biodiversity and Ecosys ...English
The Parliamentary Environmental Audit Committee is calling for views on taking greater account of natural capital and environmental sustainability in assessing UK economic prosperity.
27 - 28 March 2004, Jeju Island, Republic of Korea
21 - 23 February 2012, Beirut, Lebanon
Montreal, 17 February 2012 – Understanding the economic value of nature and integrating this into planning is the subject of a region-wide workshop that begins in Beirut on 21 February 2012.
The average size of a climate tech deal almost quadrupled to $96 million in the first half of 2021, up from $27 million one year prior, PwC said.
17 June 2004, Geneva, Switzerland
26 September 2002, Geneva, Switzerland
30 June 2003, Geneva, Switzerland
25 September 2003, Geneva, Switzerland
20 November 2003, Geneva, Switzerland
25 March 2004, Geneva, Switzerland
18 November 2004, Geneva, Switzerland
23 - 25 June 2004, Geneva, Switzerland
22 - 23 June 2004, Geneva, Switzerland
23 - 24 October 2002, Geneva, Switzerland
7 - 8 November 2002, Geneva, Switzerland
25 June 2003, Geneva, Switzerland
6 October 2000, Geneva, Switzerland
16 November 2004, Geneva, Switzerland
24 - 25 October 2000, Geneva, Switzerland
21 - 22 November 2000, Geneva, Switzerland