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Notification
#2292
2015-02-27

Selected Candidates for the Global Taxonomy Initiative Training Course on Rapid Identification of Invasive Alien Species for Achieving Aichi Biodiversity Target 9

Reference: SCBD/SAM/DC/JSH/CE/84194 (2015-020)
To: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points, GTI National Focal Points

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Notification
#2471
2016-04-08

Selected Candidates for the Online Training Course on Rapid Identification of Invasive Alien Species for Achieving Aichi Biodiversity Target 9

Reference: SCBD/SAM/DC/JSH/CE/85444 (2016-046)
To: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points, GTI National Focal Points

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Notification
#2740
2018-01-30

Selected proposals for organizing the Global Taxonomy Initiative Training Courses in 2018

Reference: SCBD/SPS/DC/SB/JSH/VA/86843 (2018-021)
To: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points, Inter-Agency Liaison Group on Invasive Alien Species, World Customs Organization, indigenous peoples and local communities, other relevant organizations and partners

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News Headlines
#133959
2022-04-11

Six new wētā species found in New Zealand, as their habitat slowly disappears

Six new alpine species of New Zealand’s most unusual and beloved insect – the wētā – have been discovered, but it is a bittersweet victory, with another piece of research describing the threat global heating poses for their snowy mountain habitat.

Notification
#1688
2011-04-29
Action by
2011-05-22

South East Asia’s Capacity Building and Orientation of GTI National Focal Points on Species & Protected Areas Database Interfaces, 22 June 2011 - Manila, Philippines

Reference: SCBD/STTM/JM/JSH/75930 (2011-088)
To: The CBD National Focal Points and GTI Focal Points for the following countries: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, VietNam

I am pleased to inform you that a regional capacity building workshop for the Global Taxonomy Initiative (GTI) National Focal Points in ASEAN countries will be held in Manila, Philippines on 22 June 2011. The workshop will be organized by Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, i ...

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News Headlines
#123486
2019-12-17

Superglue plant and ‘miracle berry’ among 2019’s new finds

A snowdrop discovered on Facebook, a miracle berry that tricks your tastebuds and a rubbery shrub that oozes its own superglue are among new plant species that were discovered in 2019.

Side Event
#2306
COP 10
2010-10-19

TAXONOMY 20/20 - VISIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE NEW STRATEGIC PLAN FOR THE CBD

In support of the further development of the new CBD strategic plan, and in particular the post-2010 biodiversity targets and indicators, the GTI is called upon to provide input for its refinement and elaboration, especially relating to the proposed goal of widening and sharing of relevant biodi ...

Meeting
#1799
CBD
Meeting
#4776
Notification
#1529
2010-08-27

Tenth meeting of the Coordination Mechanism for the Global Taxonomy Initiative, 24 October 2010, Nagoya, Japan

Reference: SCBD/STTM/JM/JSH/73391 (2010-162)
To: CBD National Focal Points; SBSTTA Focal Points; GTI Focal Points; GTI Coordination Mechanism

I am pleased to inform you that the tenth meeting of the Coordination Mechanism for the Global Taxonomy Initiative (GTI) will be held in Nagoya, Japan, on 24 October 2010 on the margins of the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP 10).

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Side Event
#1829
COP 10
2010-10-22

The Census of Marine Life: A New Scientific Baseline for Policy

The Census of Marine Life, a 10-year scientific initiative to assess and explain the diversity, distribution, and abundance of life in the oceans will be released in October 2010. This unprecedented effort involved over 2500 scientists from 80 countries and spanned all realms of the ocean, from ...

Recommendation
SBSTTA 6
#7037

Recommendation VI/6

The Global Taxonomy Initiative: programme of work

Meeting
#359
News Headlines
#132205
2021-12-17

The first true millipede: new species with more than 1000 legs discovered in Western Australia

Researchers named the subterranean animal Eumillipes persephone after the Greek goddess of the underworld

News Headlines
#126337
2020-12-17

The new species discovered in 2020

Many would probably say that 2020 was a complete blowout — politically, socially, experientially, and unfortunately for many, health-wise. But in the world of science, it was an overall fantastic year. Hundreds of new species were discovered in 2020, adding to our planet's biodiversity and makin ...

News Headlines
#125815
2020-11-24

The newest species of Philippine false gecko is the 10th (and counting)

Spotting false geckos in the wild can be hard. They can easily disappear into their environment thanks to their cryptic colors and markings and their use of hollow areas to hide in.

Side Event
#1731
COP 10
2010-10-27

The results of the International Youth Conference on Biodiversity in Aichi 2010.

Presentation on the results of the International Youth Conference on Biodiversity in Aichi 2010., which will be held from 21st to 27th of August. Youth participants of the conference will serve as presenters and will present their statement and action plans for their own future.

News Headlines
#118681
2018-10-26

The stories of Australia's botanical biodiversity

A herbarium is an evolving collection of dried plants, fungi and algae, but it’s also a time capsule. Each specimen has a story: what is it, where and when was it collected, and by whom?

CBD
Meeting
#5061
News Headlines
#119960
2019-02-15

This Newly Discovered African Tarantula Has a Rude-Looking Horn on Its Back

While many people's reaction to big hairy spiders is usually "AHHH", you've got to admit, this spider's odd-looking back appendage does look rather amusing. The peculiar and previously undocumented protrusion belongs to the tarantula Ceratogyrus attonitifer found in Angola, Central Africa.

News Headlines
#126230
2020-12-14

Tiny frog species among series of finds in Andean ‘sky islands’

An “ecological Swat team” has discovered 20 previously unknown species in the misty cloud forests and cascading waterfalls that flank Bolivia’s Zongo valley.

News Headlines
#118820
2018-11-06

Tiny thorn snail discovered in Panama's backyard

Five years after one particular tiny thorn snail from Panama was identified as new to science, it is described in a scientific article. The official discovery only became possible after earlier this year glassy shells were collected from the La Amistad International Park, Chiriquí, Panama. Succe ...

Notification
#1032
2008-03-27
Action by
2008-05-01

Training workshops for the participants in COP-9

Reference: SCBD/STTM/JM/CV/62913 (2008-031)
To: All CBD, CHM and SBSTTA National Focal Points

The Secretariat, in cooperation with the Consortium of the Scientific Partners on Biodiversity and the Botanical Gardens of the University of Bonn, is pleased to announce the organization of four training workshops for the participants in the ninth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP-9 ...

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News Headlines
#120263
2019-03-07

Treasure trove of new insects discovered on island

More than a hundred insect species that are new to science have been discovered on an Indonesian island. Found in remote rainforests, the tiny beetles appear to have been overlooked for decades. All 103 belong to the same group - weevils.

Notification
#1775
2011-09-13

Twelfth Meeting of the Coordination Mechanism for the Global Taxonomy Initiative

Reference: SCBD/STTM/JM/JSH/CRm/77538 (2011-173)
To: GTI focal points

I am pleased to inform you that the twelfth meeting of the Coordination Mechanism for the Global Taxonomy Initiative (GTI) will be held in Montreal, Canada, from 5 to 6 November 2011, immediately prior to the fifteenth meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific Technical and Technological Matt ...

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CBD
Meeting
#4928
News Headlines
#131821
2021-11-19

Twelve new butterfly species recorded in the Eastern Ghats of Visakhapatnam district

Gossamer-winged butterflies conjure up images of flowery fields and sunshine-soaked gardens. Indicators of a healthy environment and ecosystem, butterflies have been widely used by ecologists to study the impact of habitat loss and fragmentation, and climate change.

News Headlines
#127829
2021-03-29

Two New Species of Screech Owls Identified

Ornithologists from the United States, Brazil and Finland have described two new species of the owl genus Megascops from the Amazon and Atlantic forests.

Meeting Document
#74354
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/COP/10/INF/35

Progress Report on the Establishment of a Special Fund for the Global Taxonomy Initiative

Meeting Document
#1501
2002-02-28

UNEP/CBD/COP/4/INF/28

The Darwin Declaration<br>Submission by the Government of Australia

Meeting Document
#2198
2002-03-22

UNEP/CBD/COP/6/INF/23

The Global Taxonomy Initiative<br />Report on progress and status

Meeting Document
#19081
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/COP/8/17/ADD1

Elaboration of Relative Roles of the CHM in Dealing with Taxonomic Databases Including: The Inter-American Biodiversity Information Network, BioNET, the Global Biodiversity Information Facility, Species 2000, the Integrated Taxonomic Information System and Natureserve

Meeting Document
#45672
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/COP/9/20/ADD2

The Global Taxonomy Initiative - Matters arising from decision VIII/3, including the development of outcome-oriented deliverables

Meeting Document
#46957
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/COP/9/INF/33

Global Taxonomy Initiative: Analysis of Funded GTI-Related Projects

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