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Side Event
#2985
WG8J 8
2013-10-10

All you should know about market-based schemes and non-market based schemes for the conservation of biodiversity and traditional knowledge, and the prevention of climate-related disasters

The event will elaborate on the advantages and disadvantages of different market-based and non-market based approaches to conserve biodiversity and mitigate and adapt to climate change, including Payments for Environmental Services, REDD+, redirecting perverse incentives that promote drivers of ...

Side Event
#2989
WG8J 8
2013-10-10

Building synergies between traditional and scientific knowledge systems – a Multiple Evidence Approach

Traditional knowledge systems are increasingly recognized and brought forward as sources of understanding on ecosystem dynamics and sustainable practices, a potential that often has not informed decision making on ecosystem management beyond the local level. As a follow up on the theme for the I ...

Side Event
#2991
WG8J 8
2013-10-10

CONOCIMIENTOS TRADICIONALES Y SU RETROALIMENTACION CON LA INTRODUCCION DE RESULTADOS CIENTIFICOS: SUSTENTO DE LA ELEVACION DE LA CALIDAD DE VIDA DE COMUNIDADES COSTERAS DEDICADAS A LA PESCA Y AL TURISMO.

Una Mesa redonda donde dos expertos del Proyecto GEF/PNUD y un Funcionario del Ministerio de Ciencia, Tecnología y Medio Ambiente expondrán las experiencias en la utilización de los conocimientos tradicionales que durante años se acumulan en las comunidades costeras, pueden convertirse en bases ...

Side Event
#3022
WG8J 8
2013-10-10

Local and indigenous knowledge in global assessments, such as IPBES

During this side-event, the panelists will discuss their work in developing procedures for recognizing indigenous and local knowledge and building synergies with science to achieve the objectives of IPBES and the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, particularly target 18.

Side Event
#3015
WG8J 8
2013-10-09

The repatriation of traditional knowledge including genetic resources. How it does work? Relation with the Nagoya Protocol on ABS.

During this side-event, indigenous and local community organizations and experts will share their experience on repatriation of traditional knowledge and genetic resources. After they discuss how it will complement or not the effective implementation of the Nagoya Protocol. They will share infor ...

Side Event
#2963
WG8J 8
2013-10-09

Building Synergies between the Revised Programme of Work on Article 8(j) and the Implementation of the Nagoya Protocol

This event will survey potential areas of synergy between the implementation of Article 8(j) and the Nagoya Protocol on ABS based on ongoing CISDL research on the governance of traditional knowledge and assuring the rights of indigenous peoples and local communities.

Side Event
#2977
WG8J 8
2013-10-09

Connecting across knowledge systems - in support of CBD implementation, biological and cultural diversity and human well-being

With the joint side event the organizers ibn, SRC, SCBD, IIFB and FFP want to contribute to the in-depth dialogue on "Connecting traditional knowledge systems and science, such as under the IPBES, including gender dimensions". As a basis for further discussion, results of the international Vilm ...

Side Event
#2981
WG8J 8
2013-10-09

Launch of the most recent publication in the IUCN Best Practice in Protected Areas Series: Governance of Protected Areas: From understanding to action

SCBD, IUCN, UNDP-GEF SGP, GIZ and the ICCA Consortium are pleased to launch the most recent publication in the IUCN Best Practice in Protected Areas Series: Governance of Protected Areas: From understanding to action.

Side Event
#3003
WG8J 8
2013-10-09

Current situation of local communities and the Plan of Action for Customary Sustainable Use ,towards possible future roadmap.

Local communities in the context of the CBD, are gradually taking center stage in key aspects, based on the document and the Desicion XI/14B paragraphs 17-21 of the Eleventh Conference of the Parties, held in Hyderabad, India. Your participation in aspects related to the provisions of Article 10 ...

Side Event
#3019
WG8J 8
2013-10-09

Critical view on the implementation of the Akwé: Kon Guidelines - The example of the Hammastunturi wilderness area in the Saami homeland in Finland.

Finland is the first country to apply Akwé: Kon guidelines in practice. The presentation will take a critical look on the strengths and weaknesses of the Akwé: Kon guidelines based on lessons learned from the Finnish Hammastunturi wilderness area. We will discuss the role the Akwe: Kon guideline ...

Side Event
#2967
WG8J 8
2013-10-08

Understanding and Protecting Biocultural Heritage Innovations

Sui generis systems have tended to focus on protecting, preversing and promoting traditional knowledge, rather than innovations and practices. Traditional knowledge based innovations - or Biocultural Heritage innovations - are new ways of doing things (ie. practices) which are based on TK. To da ...

Side Event
#3013
WG8J 8
2013-10-08

Free, Prior and Informed Consent in Practice

Free, Prior and Informed Consent is an important tool in implementing the Convention on Biological Diversity’s (CBD) program of work on the implementation of Article 8 (j) and related provisions of the Convention on Biological Diversity. This side event will explore the different ways in which e ...

Side Event
#2961
WG8J 8
2013-10-08

Nagoya Protocol

Nagoya Protocol- status of ratifications and its importance and contribution to conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity and achieving sustainable development.

Side Event
#2962
WG8J 8
2013-10-08

World Indigenous Network (WIN) – Connecting Indigenous People and Local Community Land and Sea Managers

Introduction and overview of the recently created World Indigenous Network (WIN) and its transition to the United Nations Development Programme – Equator Initiative. WIN will help local and indigenous communities share stories, cultural experiences and ideas to better manage ecosystems, protect ...

Side Event
#2987
WG8J 8
2013-10-08

Engagement with Indigenous Peoples: GEF Principles and Guidelines, and its implementation

As the financial mechanism of the CBD and other multilateral environmental agreements, the Global Environment Facility has acknowledged the important role that Indigenous Peoples play in GEF policy, program and process development as key partner and stakeholder. In 2012, the GEF has reaffirmed ...

Side Event
#2997
WG8J 8
2013-10-08

Community Based Monitoring and Information Systems and Indicators Work for TK

The side event is co-organized by Tebtebba, International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity - Working Group on Indicators, and Forest Peoples Programme (FPP). The side event will share updates on IIFB work on Indicators and CBMIS development to monitor indicators.

Side Event
#3001
WG8J 8
2013-10-08

Gathering and Use of Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge for Polar Bear Management and Decision Making in Canada

The proposed side-event will be co-hosted by Environment Canada and Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (Canada's National Inuit organization). Broadly, the event will provide an overview of how Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge (ATK) is used in management of polar bear in Canada, and ways in which ATK can ...

Side Event
#2957
WG8J 8
2013-10-07

WIPO's work on TK and GRs: The IGC, the Draft WIPO TK Documentation Toolkit and the Draft IP Guidelines for ABS

An overview of WIPO's work on TK and GRs will be provided. Special emphasis will be placed on the status of the negotiations at the IGC (WIPO Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore) and on 2 recently published drafts: the ...

Side Event
#2994
WG8J 8
2013-10-07

Responsibilities of government agencies for national implementation of articles 8(j) and 10(c) – Swedish on-going work as a case study

An effective national implementation of articles 8(j) and 10(c) as a crosscutting issue is a backbone for biodiversity conservation and human wellbeing alike. Its realisation might be challenging, but it is badly needed and also contains rich possibilities for synergies and cooperation across s ...

Side Event
#3007
WG8J 8
2013-10-07

'Customary sustainable use: developing a community-based monitoring system to track implementation of Article 10(c)'

Networking and sharing ideas and initiatives on the plan of action on customary sustainable use This week the Working Group on Article 8(j) discusses the new (draft) plan of action on customary sustainable use (CSU) (Article 10c), as a new major component of the revised programme of work on Ar ...

Side Event
#2783
COP 11
2012-10-19

Marine Biodiversity and Ocean governance – The youth perspective

This event is designed to take place in the main conference setting (HICC) during the lunch break (13.15-14.45) of the Conference. Go4BioDiv is an International Youth Forum, aimed at providing a platform to the youth to voice their opinion on the issues related to biodiversity during CBD-COP as ...

Side Event
#2814
COP 11
2012-10-19

Public policy encouraging effective quarry rehabilitation: promoting adoption of good practices for quarry rehabilitation and biodiversity management

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)’s Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI) is joining hand with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), to present how well-managed quarry (mine) activities could bring value to the environment and community at large ...

Side Event
#2842
COP 11
2012-10-19

Ecosystem restoration on cotton fields – bringing environmental and economic interests together

The side event presents the successful project “Cotton Connect”, an initiative engaged in ecosystem restoration without GMO and pesticides offering organic cotton and supporting the Better Cotton Initiative, in cooperation with the world´s leading organic cotton clothing retailer C&A and its Ger ...

Side Event
#2619
COP 11
2012-10-19

Business and Biodiversity in Transition: 'Biodiversity in Good Company' as an example for creating business initiatives

The topic of business and biodiversity is progressing all over the world. Different kinds of platforms, initiatives, organizations, and of course governments are striving to integrate the private sector in the implementation of the CBD goals and targets as well as national strategy plans for bio ...

Side Event
#2649
COP 11
2012-10-19

Achieving Conservation and Sustainable Resource Management in the Marine and Coastal Programme of West Africa (PRCM)

The event will showcase progress in meeting the ambitious commitments made by Wet African countries at COP10 to expand their protected area systems and promote benefits to local people. The Nagoya commitments were followed-up with a donor roundtable meeting in 2011 with the Lifeweb Initiative an ...

Side Event
#2671
COP 11
2012-10-19

Committed to biodiversity - Biodiversity in German International Cooperation (preliminary title)

The German federal government is committed to providing suitable financing to reach the goals of the Strategic Plan 2011 - 2020 of the CBD to preserve biodiversity and ecosystems and to support sustainable development in partner countries. In 2008 German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced in 200 ...

Side Event
#2725
COP 11
2012-10-19

Protection Pioneers of the Baltic Sea – joining regional forces in marine biodiversity protection

The best inventions are often first discovered in smaller scale, pilot projects, and test rounds – locally, or regionally, instead of globally. If these are, at the same time, closely connected to Governments, science communities and the commercial sector of several countries, the chances for su ...

Side Event
#2731
COP 11
2012-10-19

Ecosystems, Economy and Employment: A labour approach to biodiversity

The event will present the findings of the report published by Sustainlabour in collaboration with Fundación Biodiversidad on the links between ecosystems and biodiversity, economy and employment. Loss of biodiversity is causing the decline of ecosystem services, whose impact is not only social ...

Side Event
#2875
COP 11
2012-10-19

Community-Based Natural Resources Management in Namibia and the role and potential of equitable access and benefit sharing

The side event will give an overview of Namibia's Community Based Natural Resources Management (CBNRM) Programme and how the devolution of legal rights over elements of biodiversity and the provision of technical support has empowered communities to conserve and sustainably utilize their natural ...

Side Event
#2888
COP 11
2012-10-19

How stakeholders can build both with economy and biodiversity goals?

Orée is a French non-profit organization which leads for ten years a prospective thinking about biodiversity issues for companies of all size. In this context, a guide and a special issue – available in English and French – have been published on the subject "Integrating biodiversity into busine ...

Side Event
#2898
COP 11
2012-10-19

Engaging children and youth for biodiversity: The Green Wave and the Hand Print - action towards sustainability

Increasing understanding and willingness of young people to act for biodiversity contributes to the first Aichi Biodiversity Target: “By 2020, at the latest, people are aware of the values of biodiversity and the steps they can take to conserve and use it sustainably”. The aim of this event is t ...

Side Event
#2928
COP 11
2012-10-19

InforMEA: Assisting in the Implementation of Obligations and the Aichi Targets

Supported by UNEP, the Multilateral Environmental Agreements Information and Knowledge Management Initiative (InforMEA) aims to assist Parties to Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) and the environment community at large, to access MEAs information from one central location. The Initia ...

Side Event
#2944
COP 11
2012-10-19

WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: CASE OF WESTERN GHATS IN INDIA

Over last 40 Years, since the adoption of UNESCO's Convention of World Cultural and Natural Heritage, 962 properties have been inscribed as the World Heritage of which 188 are inscribed as Would Natural Heritage. First ever serial nomination of 39 sites in India in the the Western Ghats - consi ...

Side Event
#2950
COP 11
2012-10-19

BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN ASIA PACIFIC APFED SHOWCASE EXPERIENCE

The Convention on Biological Diversity, signed by 193 countries, explicitly recognizes that biodiversity is the foundation of economic productivity, prosperity, sustainable development, and ultimately, poverty eradication. It calls for ecosystem services to be incorporated into national account ...

Side Event
#2764
COP 11
2012-10-18

Local action moves the world: Cities as implementation agents

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 ...

Side Event
#2776
COP 11
2012-10-18

The challenge to produce more food & energy with less pollution: Towards a Global Nitrogen Assessment.

Reactive nitrogen is needed to feed the world, but pollutes the world’s air, land and water, threatening biodiversity and contributing to climate change. With projected increases in human population and standard of living, this makes for a major global challenge to produce more food and energy, ...

Side Event
#2796
COP 11
2012-10-18

Protecting Mountain Biodiversity: activities and achievments of the Mountain Partnership members

Several of the about 200 members of the Mountain Partnership (Governments, IGOs and NGOs) are involved in protecting mountain biodiversity. 10 years after the launch of this Alliance and the International Year of Mountains 2002, we need to take stock of the main achievements and identify the cha ...

Side Event
#2843
COP 11
2012-10-18

Recent OECD work on Biodiversity: Policy options for biodiversity and ecosystem services - making reform happen

The side-event will present recent OECD work on the economics and policy of biodiversity and ecosystems, including the OECD Environmental Outlook to 2050, Green Growth and Biodiversity, and Scaling-up Finance for Biodiversity.

Side Event
#2639
COP 11
2012-10-18

Concerted Action of Governments and NGOs for Preventing Species Extinction on Small Islands: A Significant Contribution to Achieving Aichi Targets 9 and 12.

In partnership with the Government of Ecuador and with the participation of Small Island Developing States (SIDS), nations with islands and island nations (specific countries to be determined) and the Global Island Partnership (GLISPA), Island Conservation will describe how to prevent species ex ...

Side Event
#2643
COP 11
2012-10-18

Strengthening biodiversity management in the Amazonian region of the Andean Community

The Andean Community is the intergovernmental integration organization of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. These countries are considered some the most diverse and rich countries in flora and fauna species. Taking into account this richness, the Andean Countries have developed policy instrum ...

Side Event
#2668
COP 11
2012-10-18

The MIDORI Prize for Biodiversity 2012: Lectures by the 2012 Winners

The MIDORI Prize for Biodiversity is a biennial international prize co-organized by the AEON Environmental Foundation and the Secretariat of CBD to honour individuals who have made outstanding contributions for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. At this event, winners of the 2 ...

Side Event
#2691
COP 11
2012-10-18

Markhor Awards Ceremony

The “Markhor Award” recognizes and celebrates outstanding conservation performance by personalities, private and government institutions, enterprises or conservation projects that link the conservation of biodiversity and human livelihoods through the application of the principles of sustainable ...

Side Event
#2718
COP 11
2012-10-18

Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS): a legacy for the future!

The Food and Agriculture Organization recognizes the enormous contributions and important role of family farmers, indigenous peoples and local communities in managing, conserving and sustaining our biodiversity. Ten years after its initiation by FAO in 2002, during the World Summit on Sustainabl ...

Side Event
#2730
COP 11
2012-10-18

International Youth Initiatives for the Protection of Biodiversity

Young people all around the world take action to halt the loss of Biodiversity. This side event will present outstanding projects and the work of youth organizations on the local, national and international level in all regions of the world. Participants will have the chance to discuss with youn ...

Side Event
#2732
COP 11
2012-10-18

Launch of Indo-German Partnership Programme on Coastal and Marine Biodiversity Conservation

This will be an official side eventjointly organised by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India (MoEF) and the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Government of Germany (BMU) to launch a new Indo-German partnership programme on “Coas ...

Side Event
#2739
COP 11
2012-10-18

Strengthening National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAP) via the appropriate integration of governance issues and conservation capacities of indigenous peoples and local and traditional communities

The National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs) are an integral requirement of CBD for all the Parties to the Convention. A first round of NBSAP preparation/development/ implementation has been completed by many countries, often financed by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) th ...

Side Event
#2740
COP 11
2012-10-18

SOUTH ASIAN FORUM FOR ENVIRONMENT, TERRE POLICY CENTRE

Biorights is a new economic paradigm for environmental conservation that tries to compensate the opportunity costs of commons for wise use of natural resources on which they depend for their livelihood. In developing the South globe important ecosystems that are rich in biodiversity and have si ...

Side Event
#2741
COP 11
2012-10-18

Pacific Voyage: Nature Protects if She is Protected

Our Pacific biodiversity is at the heart of Pacific culture, identity and livelihoods of local communities - for many, the foundation of Nature Conservation is the traditional Pacific way of life, in our region we fully understand - "Nature Protects if She is Protected". During this side event ...

Side Event
#2910
COP 11
2012-10-18

The Brazilian Initiative on Business and Biodiversity - IBNB: The challenging task of engaging the private sector

The Brazilian Initiative on Business and Biodiversity was recently launched during Rio + 20 by the joint efferts from the Confederation of Industries - CNI, the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development CEBDS, LIFE Institute and the Business Movement for Biodiversity - MEB. One of t ...

Side Event
#2948
COP 11
2012-10-18

Managing Biodiversity Conservation and Wildlife Protection at Landscape and Transboundary Scales in South Asia

Biodiversity conservation has largely focused on protected areas, which are dispersed in wider landscapes, often surrounded by land use that exerts pressure on them. A number of significantly rich biodiversity areas also lie at the international boundaries between countries in South Asia. It is ...

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