Report of the Ad Hoc Open-Ended Working Group on Review of Implementation of the Convention on the Work of Its Fifth Meeting
Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) wrapped up a weeklong meeting on implementation with recommendations on, among others, resource mobilization, technical and scientific cooperation, poverty eradication and sustainable development, enhancements to the structures and processe ...
Summary of Views on the Further Development of Tools and Guidance to Assist Implementation of the Convention and the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020
16 - 20 June 2014, Montreal, Canada
Review of progress in providing support in implementing the objectives of the Convention and its Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020
Methodologies of Self-Assessment by Parties of the Implementation of the Convention
Reference: SCBD/TSI/RS/LZ/83618 (2014-083)
To: CBD Focal Points and Partner Organizations
Reference: SCBD/CS/PT/lp/83614 (2014-081)
To: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points and relevant Organizations
Reference: SCBD/SAM/TSI/RS/VA/82995 (2014-029)
To: UN Organizations and Specialized Agencies, IGOs, NGOs and Indigenous Organizations
Reference: SCBD/SAM/TSI/RS/VA/82995 (2014-008)
To: CBD National Focal Points and SBSTTA Focal Points
Scientific and technical needs related to the implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020
12 - 13 October 2013, Montreal, Canada
The Multi-Year Programme of Work of The Convention for the Period 2011-2022
Implementation of the Convention and the Strategic Plan: Implementation of the Strategic Plan and progress towards the 2010 biodiversity target, and in-depth review of goals 1 and 4 of the Strategic Plan
Science-Policy Interface on Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Human Well Being and Consideration of the Outcome of the Intergovernmental Meetings
Concrete Activities and Initiatives Including Measurable Targets and/or Indicators to Achieve the Strategic Goals Contained in the Strategy for Resource Mobilization and on Indicators to Monitor the Implementation of the Strategy
Policy Options Concerning Innovative Financial Mechanisms
Further Consideration of the Proposed Biodiversity Technology Initiative
Periodicity of Meetings and Organization of Work of the Conference of the Parties
Report of the Ad Hoc Open-Ended Working Group on Review of Implementation of the Convention on the Work of Its Fourth Meeting
Cooperation With Other Conventions: Supplementary Information on Working Arrangements
Third Edition of the Global Biodiversity Outlook: Implications for the Future Implementation of the Convention
Annotations to the Provisional Agenda (English version reposted for technical reasons)
Implementation of the Convention and the Strategic Plan and Progress Towards the 2010 Biodiversity Target
Report of the Ad Hoc Open-Ended Working Group on Review of Implementation of the Convention on the Work of Its Second Meeting
Implementation of the Convention and Its Strategic Plan
Review of Implementation of Articles 20 and 21 - Review of the effectiveness of the financial mechanism
Guidance to the Financial Mechanism - Elements for the four-year (2010-2014) framework for programme priorities related to utilization of GEF resources for biodiversity, and recommendations to enhance the process of formulating and consolidating guidance to the financial mechanism
Regional and Sub-Regional Capacity-Building Workshops on Implementing NBSAPS and Mainstreaming Biodiversity
Report of the First Meeting of the Ad Hoc Open-Ended Working Group on Review of Implementation of the Convention
Progress towards Implementation of the Convention and its Strategic Plan: Follow-up to the recommendations of the Ad Hoc Open-ended Working Group on the Review of Implementation of the Convention
What are local governments already doing for biodiversity and how can their full potential be unlocked? By drawing from a series of local experiences as well as science-policy developments, this event will explore the local and urban dimensions of nature conservation. It will reflect on progress ...
SACEP is an intergavernmental environmental orgainzation and its member countries are: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Hon. Ministers of Environment at the 12th meeting of Governing Council of SACEP held on 1-3 November 2010, just after the CBD CO ...
At this side event will be presented some activities developed in the region in supporting the Aichi Biodiversity Targets implementation. A reference about the Amazon Observatory defined by the ACTO Member Countries will be also presented.
It is an active and exciting period for biodiversity informatics in the world and in India. The Indian subcontinent has been biologically explored extensively over the years. However information on the description, status and distribution of biodiversity, essential to conservation science, plann ...
Part I: Presentation by the Governor of Aichi Prefecture Part II: Panel Discussion by representatives from various regions about achieving the ‘Aichi Targets’ and the possibilities and challenges for sub-national governments concerning biodiversity
Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India, New Delhi has been promoting the development of a national level database on vegetation cover, biological resources, and biological diversity of the country. As a first step towards this, we have compiled three sets of databases: 1. Biodiv ...
The world’s socio-economic systems strongly depend on biodiversity and ecosystems as these provide people with a wide range of benefits - known as ecosystem services. Nevertheless, ecosystems continue to deteriorate worldwide. This is largely due to the fact that most are unaware of their values ...
During the event Leaders for Nature (www.leadersfornature.com) in India will be launched by IUCN, the Confederation of Indian Industries, Wildlife Trust of India and Hivos. The event will be a very high-level meeting aiming to have the director generals of all organizations involved to be prese ...
The event is designed to present LIFE Certification - a new certification focusing on biodiversity conservation actions created to attract private investment to the maintanance of natural resources.
A presentation by the CIC and a discussion with participants on the subject of 'The economics of sustainable wildlife management'. For further details on the topic please see additional information.