English  |  Español  |  Français
Knowledge Base

Search criteria

Information Types

Subjects

Countries

Date

  • Added or updated since:

  • Custom range...

Search Results

The search was executed to find both database records and web content.
 
Sort by: Date Title
549 Results
Results per page: 10 25 50 100
Result 401 to 450

Side Event
#686
COP 8
2006-03-20

Monitoring the 2010 target (SEBI2010) - The European contribution to CBD implementation

The intention is to present the process and preliminary outcomes of the European co-operation on biodiversity indicators – the so-called Streamlining European 2010 Biodiversity Indicators (SEBI2010), which is a joint pan-European activity with countries and other interested bodies. An overview p ...

Notification
#720
2006-03-10

Global Biodiversity Outlook 2

Reference: SCBD/EDM/DC/54297 (2006-022)
To: CBD National Focal Points<br>cc: SBSTTA Focal Points and relevant organizations

Global Biodiversity Outlook 2 will be launched during the opening session of eighth meeting of the Conference of the Parties and will be made publicly available at that time. Meanwhile an embargoed copy is available to National Focal Points of the Convention at the following restricted access we ...

pdf English 
Focal Point
#3482

India
Side Event
#713
WG8J 4
2006-01-23

Development of an indicator for the direct measurement of the status and trends of indigenous and traditional knowledge

In accordance with Article 8j of the CBD, the 2010 Targets identify Focal Area 5, "Status of traditional knowledge, innovations, and practices" as one of the key areas for the development of indicators relevant to the goal to “achieve a significant reduction of the current rate of biodiversity l ...

Press Release
#19035
2006-01-19

Citizens of the world invited to participate in virtual conference and help to sustain life on earth THE VIRTUAL CURITIBA BIODIVERSITY CONFERENCE January - March 2006 - <a href=http://2010.biodiv.org>http://2010.biodiv.org</a> ACHIEVING THE 2010 TARGET!

CURITIBA – 19 January 2006. Never before in human history has the rate of biodiversity loss been so great. The rate of loss of biodiversity now exceeds 100 times natural rates. For some experts we are on the eve of the greatest extinction crisis. Humans are changing environments to the poin ...

Focal Point
#3348

Indonesia

Ms. Lu'Lu' Agustina

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
luluagustinaklh@gmail.com
Side Event
#580
SBSTTA 11
2005-12-01

Conservation of Nordic Nature in a changing Climate

Seeing that e.g. -  plants bloom at an earlier time  the growing season is extended  butterfly species from more southern parts of Europe show up in the Nordic nature  the fishermen more frequent get tropical fishes in their nets  cold-water species like cod and plaice are reduced in numbe ...

Side Event
#556
SBSTTA 11
2005-11-30

The Global Taxonomy Initiative (GTI) - progress in implementing the Program of Work and challenges ahead.

Several projects and initiatives in support of the GTI Program of Work will be presented by different stakeholders from the insititutional, national and international level. Presenters will include representatives of individual projects, national GTI focal points, and international organisations.

Notification
#693
2005-11-28

Reference: SCBD/SEL/DO/SG/51811 (2005-129)
To: All CBD National Focal Points

To CBD National Focal Points<br>The Secretariat is circulating herewith a self-explanatory communication from the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland concerning the above at the latter’s request.

pdf English 
Notification
#688
2005-11-21

Reference: SCBD/SEL/DO/SG/51811 (2005-124)
To: CBD National Focal Points

To CBD National Focal Points<br>The Secretariat is circulating herewith a self-explanatory communication from the Government of Argentina concerning the above at the latter’s request.

pdf English 
Notification
#684
2005-11-11
Action by
2005-12-09

Reference: SCBD/SEL/OJ/SG/51682 (2005-120)
To: All CBD and ABS National Focal Points

To All CBD and ABS National Focal Points<br> I have the honour to inform you that the Fourth Meeting of the Ad Hoc Open-ended Inter- sessional Working Group on Article 8(j) and Related Provisions and the Fourth Meeting of the Ad Hoc Open-ended Working Group on Access and Benefit-sharing will be ...

pdf English 
Meeting
#2220

Meeting of the MAP Focal Points

21 - 24 September 2005, Athens, Greece

Notification
#656
2005-08-16

Reference: SCBD/BS/BCH/KGM/50142 (2005-093)
To: CPB National Focal Points, where a BCH National Focal Point has not yet been nominated CBD National Focal Points, where a CPB National Focal Point has not yet been nominated

For those governments that have not yet nominated a national focal point for the BCH, national focal points for the Cartagena Protocol nominated in accordance with Article 19 of the Protocol will also be deemed to be BCH National Focal Points in order to ensure that full access to the Biosafety ...

pdf English 
Focal Point
#3218

Afghanistan

Mr. Zolfaqar Karimi Baloch

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
zolfaqarb@gmail.com
Notification
#649
2005-07-22
Action by
2005-09-30

Reference: SCBD/STTM/DCO/va/49685 (2005-086)
To: SBSTTA National Focal Points; SBSTTA Bureau

The purpose of this notification is to seek comments from SBSTTA Focal Points and SBSTTA Bureau Members on the Scientific and Technical Review Panel’s (STRP) proposals on a more comprehensive coverage of components of biological diversity through the designation of Ramsar sites to further elabor ...

pdf English 
Focal Point
#3191

Syrian Arab Republic

Mr. Belal Alhayek

CBD Primary NFP, SBSTTA NFP, Cartagena Protocol Primary NFP, Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point, BCH NFP, Traditional Knowledge NFP, Resource Mobilization FP, Marine and Coastal Biodiversity NFP, GSPC NFP
blalhayek75@gmail.com
Notification
#611
2005-04-26

Reference: SCBD/STTM/JW/va/48602 (2005-049)
To: All CBD, SBSTTA and CHM National Focal Points

I am pleased to inform you that a restricted access website has been created to facilitate the peer-review process for the documents to be submitted for consideration of the Eleventh Meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (<a href="/doc/meeting.aspx?mtg= ...

pdf English 
Notification
#601
2005-04-11
Action by
2005-05-01

Reference: SCBD/STTM/SBG/va/48323 (2005-039)
To: All CBD, SBSTTA and CHM National Focal Points

I am pleased to inform you that a restricted website has been created to facilitate the peer-review process for the documents to be submitted for consideration of the <a href="/doc/meeting.aspx?mtg=PAWG-01&tab=0"> First Meeting of the Ad Hoc Open-ended Working Group on Protected Areas</a> (PAs W ...

pdf English 
Notification
#600
2005-04-06
Action by
2005-04-29

Reference: SCBD/BS/ET/ABw/48251 (2005-038)
To: All National Focal Points for Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety Relevant Organizations

I am pleased to inform you that the capacity-building databases, which are accessible through the Biosafety Clearing-House (BCH) at: <a href="http://bch.biodiv.org/capacitybuilding/default.shtml">http://bch.biodiv.org/capacitybuilding/default.shtml</a>, currently contain more than 150 active rec ...

pdf English 
Meeting Document
#8561
2004-12-16

Document

List of National Focal Points of the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Clearing-House Mechanism

Focal Point
#2750

Ghana

Mr. Eric Amaning Okoree

Cartagena Protocol Primary NFP, Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point, BCH NFP
eriokor@yahoo.com
Notification
#516
2004-09-17

Reference: SCBD/STTM/LR/44307 (2004-073)
To: CBD National Focal Points, GTI National Focal Points

Further to <a href="/decisions/default.aspx?m=COP-06&id=7182&lg=0">decision VI/8</a>, the Executive Secretary wishes to suggest to national focal points specific actions for promoting implementation of the programme of work for the Global Taxonomy Initiative.

pdf English 
Focal Point
#2694

Slovenia

Dr. Ruth Rupreht

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point, BCH NFP
ruth.rupreht@gov.si
Notification
#474
2004-04-30
Action by
2004-07-31

Reference: SCBD/STTM/SS/IA/43175 (2004-033)
To: CBD National Focal Points

Pursuant <a href='/decisions/default.aspx?dec=VII/10'>decision VII/10</a> the Executive Secretary requests Parties to nominate Focal Points to the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation

pdf English 
Focal Point
#2647

Norway

Norwegian Environment Agency

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
service@miljodir.no
Meeting Document
#7118
2004-03-16

Document

Enhancing the CHM as a mechanism for connecting people to people particularly for technology transfer and development<br>(paper submitted by the New Zealand CHM National Focal Point)

Side Event
#198
COP 7
2004-02-18

"Practicing Synergies Initiative": Joining Heads & Hands in the Implementation of the Rio Conventions

<br>Synergy between the Rio Conventions is being addressed at various levels under the UNCCD, UNFCCC and CBD. The "Practicing Synergy Initiative" aims to reach out to the national and local level actions and activities that are being implemented especially by country parties. The sharing of prac ...

Side Event
#206
COP 7
2004-02-16

Community Based Approaches for Understanding Ecosystems and Building Capacity among Participants

<br>The goal of this side-event is to give participants an understanding of resilience theory, panarchy, socio-ecological systems, adaptive ecosystem management and its application to ecosystem approaches to management of natural resources as developed by the Resilience Alliance (RA). These po ...

Side Event
#154
COP 7
2004-02-13

GTI: International Response to Research, Capacity-Building and Networking

<br>Decision II/8 of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity identified the lack of taxonomists as a significant impediment to the implementation of the Convention at the national level. The Global Taxonomy Initiative (GTI) was established by the Conference of th ...

Side Event
#158
COP 7
2004-02-12

The Global Invasive Species Programme (GISP) and the CBD Clearing House Mechanism

<br>The newly established international Secretariat for the Global Invasive Species Programme seeks to introduce its role, function and potential services to - and cooperation with - CBD member states in accordance to its mandate regarding Invasive Alien Species (IAS) from the CBD to become the ...

Meeting Document
#6739
2004-02-02

UNEP/CBD/BS/COP-MOP/1/INF/18

Summary report on the status of the nomination of the relevant National Focal Points, Competent National Authorities, Points of Contact for Emergency Measures and Biosafety Clearing-House Focal Points

Focal Point
#2437

Sweden

The Swedish Rescue Services Agency

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
srv@kd.srv.se
Focal Point
#2436

Sweden

Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
natur@naturvardsverket.se
Focal Point
#2435

Sweden

Swedish Gene Technology Advisory Board

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
genteknik@genteknik.se
Focal Point
#2434

Sweden

The National Food Administration

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
livsmedelsverket@slv.se
Focal Point
#2433

Sweden

The Swedish Board of Agriculture

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
genteknik@sjv.se
Focal Point
#2432

Sweden

The Swedish Board of Forestry

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
skogstyrelsen@svo.se
Focal Point
#2431

Sweden

National Chemicals Inspectorate

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
kemi@kemi.se
Focal Point
#2430

Sweden

The Medical Products Agency

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
registrator@mpa.se
Focal Point
#2429

Sweden

The Swedish Board of Fisheries

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
fiskeriverket@fiskeriverket.se
Focal Point
#2428

Sweden

The Swedish Work Environment Authority

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
arbetsmiljoverket@av.se
Focal Point
#1212

Antigua and Barbuda

Ms. Diann Black-Layne

CBD Primary NFP, CHM NFP, ABS NFP, Cartagena Protocol Primary NFP, Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point, Protected Areas NFP, GTI NFP, Resource Mobilization FP
dcblack11@gmail.com
Focal Point
#69

Guyana

Hon. Mr. Joseph Harmon

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point
ministerofstate@motp.gov.gy
Focal Point
#1414

Ukraine

Ms. Oksana Dobrovolska

Cartagena Protocol Primary NFP, Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point, BCH NFP
dobr@menr.gov.ua
Focal Point
#1146

Guinea

Mme. Hawa Diallo

Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point, BCH NFP
loubahawa@gmail.com
Focal Point
#2424

Liberia

Mr. J.S. Datuama Cammue

CBD Primary NFP, CHM NFP, Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point, BCH NFP
jcammue@epa.gov.lr
Focal Point
#2291

Republic of Moldova

Ms. Veronica Josu

Cartagena Protocol Primary NFP, Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point, BCH NFP, GSPC NFP
veronica.josu@madrm.gov.md
Focal Point
#2390

North Macedonia

Ms. Marija Dirlevska-Chaloska

Cartagena Protocol Primary NFP, Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point, BCH NFP
m.caloska@moepp.gov.mk
Focal Point
#1218

Chad

M. Abaya Abdramane Ahmat

CBD Primary NFP, CHM NFP, SBSTTA NFP, Cartagena Protocol Primary NFP, Cartagena Protocol emergency contact point, BCH NFP
abayafils2@gmail.com
Results per page: 10 25 50 100
Result 401 to 450
Results for: "focal points"
  • United Nations
  • United Nations Environment Programme