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Meeting
#5981

World Maritime Day 2020

24 September 2020, London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

News Headlines
#124775
2020-03-20

Humans Lead to Biodiversity Loss on Reunion Island

Researchers use lava flow analysis on Reunion Island to determine the ecological impact that humans had on species extinction and biodiversity loss.

News Headlines
#124594
2020-03-10

Biodiversity, colonisation and tropical islands

A natural experiment created by an active volcano has given new insight into the long-term negative impacts of human colonisation of tropical forest islands.

News Headlines
#123645
2020-01-10

Inaugural Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Day

If there’s one thing Jamaicans can boast about, it’s having a reliable and recognisable brand with major marketability. Brand Jamaica not only has music and beautiful vistas on its roster, but also, and maybe most importantly for those of us who ‘love wi belly’, a hard-working Ministry of Indust ...

News Headlines
#123358
2019-12-10

One in a million

The biodiversity observed in the Hawaiian Islands is a breathtaking sight on any given day. Hawai‘i boasts a rich variety of plants and animals that inhabit the land and carpet the lush, green mountain ranges. Each island harbors unique vegetation distinct to its home landscape.

News Headlines
#123033
2019-11-18

Galapagos Islands illustrate power of biodiversity in changing climate

The Galapagos Islands, one of the first marine reserves in the world and Charles Darwin’s famed site of revolutionary observation, recently housed University researchers looking to better understand biodiversity.

News Headlines
#121042
2019-05-13

Faroe Islands 'close down' as tourists fly in to repair them

In the North Atlantic lies a remote group of volcanic islands renowned for their rugged beauty. Increasingly favoured by tourists, the Faroe Islands announced this year they were temporarily closing down parts of the country.

News Headlines
#121003
2019-05-09

The Colombian teen fighting to protect her island's coral reefs

Blast fishing is devastating Tierra Bomba's marine ecosystems. One young woman is taking on macho culture to protect the Colombian island's future.

News Headlines
#120984
2019-05-08

The U.N. says 1 million species could disappear. Pacific islands have a solution

Last week, a global scientific assessment found the business-as-usual approach to conservation is not delivering the critical action needed to safeguard the future health of our planet.

News Headlines
#120583
2019-03-29

Paradise found: Saint Lucia preserving beauty through data and policy action

If ever an island justified the label “paradise” that tourist brochures liberally apply to destinations, it is Saint Lucia.Shaped like a teardrop, this tiny Caribbean nation has everything. Crescent moon beaches of white sand.

News Headlines
#120541
2019-03-28

169 Islands that Offer Hope for Stemming the Extinction Crisis

Restoring islands by eradicating damaging, non-native invasive mammals such as rats, cats, goats, and pigs has repeatedly proven to be a high impact conservation action. New research published in PLOS ONE shows this conservation action can have a major contribution towards stemming the global ex ...

News Headlines
#119930
2019-02-14

Biodiversity Conservation on a Newly-formed Island

Four years ago, an island was erected out of what seemed like thin air. In a desolate place once only greeted by the sound of crashing waves and an occasional seabird, a formation of rock protruded outwards and upwards. The new island is officially nameless but has been coined Hunga Ha’apai (Hun ...

News Headlines
#119839
2019-02-07

Make Jamaica Green Again: 10 Powerful Women Leading The Sustainability Movement

Millions of tourists each year visit Jamaica for its spectacular natural landscapes, from the beaches of Portland to the coffee farms of the Blue Mountains. But, like all countries, Jamaica also has to contend with environmental problems that are compounded by being a small island nation.

News Headlines
#119329
2019-01-11

Netherlands: Five New Islands Created To Preserve Biodiversity

The Netherlands have found a solution to boost the ecosystem of the Markermeer by building new islands for biodiversity. The experts evoke one of the largest nature restoration operations ever carried out in Europe.

News Headlines
#119344
2019-01-11

Welcome home: iguanas are reintroduced to Galápagos island after 200 years

A group of 1436 land iguanas have been reintroduced to Santiago Island (Isla Santiago) – the fourth largest of the Galápagos islands – after an absence of more than 200 years.

News Headlines
#119281
2019-01-08

'Voice of the forest': George the snail, last of his kind, dies at age 14

As New Year’s Day broke in the Hawaiian Islands, one rare creature was not there to emerge from his shell and greet it: George, the last snail of his kind and a local celebrity, was dead at age 14.

News Headlines
#118934
2018-12-07

Tanzania: Seawalls and Forests Aim to Save the Living - and Dead - in Tanzania

Kisiwa Panza — For over 25 years, rising seas linked to climate change have caused repeated flooding on the small island of Kisiwa Panza

News Headlines
#118449
2018-10-05

Natural Resources Kangaroo Island nursery helps locals grow biodiversity

Kangaroo Island is home to many vulnerable species of native Australian plants and Natural Resources Kangaroo Island has been working hard to increase the populations of some of these often overlooked beauties.

Meeting
#5795

World Maritime Day 2018

28 September 2018, London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

News Headlines
#118004
2018-08-24

Martens recolonized Isle Royale in the '90s, showing island's dynamism

Researchers have traced the recolonization by martens of Isle Royale in Lake Superior to martens likely arriving in the 1990s, solving a mystery and showing the island's dynamism.

News Headlines
#117966
2018-08-21

Indian Ocean tsunami: Nicobar Islands lost 97 percent of mangrove cover, uncovered unknown species

Superseding initial reports that documented 60 to 70 percent mangrove cover loss, a new study reveals that in fact 97 percent of mangrove cover in the Nicobar Islands was razed due to the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. The mammoth natural disturbance triggered the emergence of potential habitats fo ...

News Headlines
#117967
2018-08-21

Greek Island to Be First in Mediterranean to Power Itself With Only Wind and Solar

The Greek island of Tilos is set to be the first in the Mediterranean to power itself entirely with wind and solar power, The Associated Press reported Sunday.

News Headlines
#117792
2018-08-06

Sargassum: The seaweed deluge hitting Caribbean shores

When waves of sargassum - a type of seaweed - washed up on Eastern Caribbean shores seven years ago, people hoped it was a one-off. Matted piles swamped coastlines from Tobago to Anguilla. "In 2011 it was the first time we'd seen it," says Professor Hazel Oxenford, an expert in fisheries biology ...

News Headlines
#117766
2018-08-03

Work on Caribbean island airport halted by court ruling

A high court has suspended all construction work on a controversial airport development on the unspoilt Caribbean island of Barbuda that residents say will devastate its fragile ecosystem.

News Headlines
#117640
2018-07-26

Storm spurs Caribbean island resort to recover lost paradise

Sun loungers dot the white sand of Cane Garden Bay, a beach resort tucked between steep hillsides and the azure sea in the British Virgin Islands. Yachts bob in the harbour and brightly painted homes line quiet streets.

News Headlines
#117597
2018-07-24

How James Bond’s Legacy Is Saving Jamaica

In 1949, Ian Fleming bought a blank naturalist’s notebook which he grandly labeled “Sea Fauna or the Finny Tribe of Goldeneye.” Bound in leather and its title embossed in gold, he took it with him when he departed London for his beloved Jamaica, where he would immerse himself in the island’s nat ...

News Headlines
#117608
2018-07-24

Building the Caribbean’s climate resilience to ensure basic survival

In 2004, when the Category 4 Hurricane Ivan hit the tiny island nation of Grenada and its 151 mph winds stalled overhead for 15 hours — it devastated the country. But not before pummelling Barbados and other islands, killing at least 15 people.

News Headlines
#117455
2018-07-12

Killing rats could save coral reefs

The much maligned rat is not a creature many would associate with coral reefs.

News Headlines
#117415
2018-07-09

Urgent Action Needed to Safeguard Saint Lucia’s Biodiversity

CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Jul 9 2018 (IPS) - Wildlife conservationists consider it to be one of the most striking parrots of its kind. Saint Lucia’s best-known species, the endangered Amazon parrot, is recognised by its bright green plumage, purple forehead and dusty red-tipped feathers.

News Headlines
#116925
2018-05-30

The Turtles, The Trees, & The Humans Of Madagascar

Welcome to Madagascar  —  biodiversity paradise, lush, green jungles, and more than 70% of the population living under the national poverty line. The third largest island in the world, lying off the coast of Mozambique in the Indian Ocean, is not short of natural resources though.

News Headlines
#116849
2018-05-23

Socotra, the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean, becomes a disaster zone

The island chain of Socotra, famed for unique plants and animals found nowhere else on the planet, is coping with the aftermath of a powerful cyclone. The archipelago was struck by Cyclone Mekunu on Wednesday night, leaving at least 17 people missing and forcing its native population to flee flo ...

News Headlines
#116475
2018-04-16

Rich in biodiversity, Palau looks to protect its most precious resource

Palau, an archipelago of over 576 islands in the western tropical Pacific Ocean, is home to a wide variety of plants and animals, many of which are endangered or can be found nowhere else on the planet.

News Headlines
#116477
2018-04-16

The heart of a biodiversity haven

On Sibuyan Island in Romblon province sits Mount Guiting-Guiting, one of the focal points of Sibuyan’s declaration as a biodiversity haven. It is often referred to as the Galapagos Island because of its rich biodiversity.

News Headlines
#116481
2018-04-16

Dutch island wants its rabbits to breed like …

Biodiversity concerns prompt emergency plan to use ferrets to round up the few rabbits left

News Headlines
#116290
2018-03-20

Puerto Morelos gets ready for sea turtle season

The government of Puerto Morelos says they are ready for the upcoming sea turtle season, which they note was a record-breaker last year.

News Headlines
#115808
2018-01-25

An African island nation known for beautiful beaches is now a global leader in cutting greenhouse gases

Just less than a decade ago, the Seychelles—the archipelago nation of 115 island off the East African coast—faced a host of challenges in its climate protection efforts. Reports show that its environment has been vulnerable to numerous challenges including climate change, environmental degradati ...

News Headlines
#115699
2018-01-17

More Pacific nations urged to support biodiversity efforts

The UN Environment Programme said the resources were often exploited by the likes of large pharmaceutical companies and it says communities need to be adequately compensated.

News Headlines
#115603
2017-12-20

Curiosities of Costa Rica that You Did Not Know

Who does not feel proud of the beauty that your country offers? In this regard, we are not the exception. Costa Rica, a beautiful portion of land anchored right in the heart of the continent, has a series of unique and wonderful benefits.

News Headlines
#115342
2017-11-28

Giving Tuesday Special: Why I’m Working to Protect Island Ecosystems

Islands are incredible. Some, like Hawai’i, are forged by volcanoes. Others, like Isla Mona, are born from the collision of continental shelves. In some cases, like the Palauan Rock Islands, islands are formed atop ancient coral reefs.

News Headlines
#115214
2017-11-16

Our Beautiful Planet: Pacific Paradise at risk

Fiji holds the presidency for this year's UN Climate Change Conference, taking place in Bonn, Germany. The island archipelago boasts stunning natural beauty - but it’s already suffering the effects of global warming.

News Headlines
#114979
2017-10-26

Why Cuba is home to a bounty of rare species

Replete with rare and endangered species, Cuba is a crown jewel of biodiversity in the Caribbean. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien reports on the ways scientists and conservationists are working to survey and protect the island’s rich, and sometimes unique, wildlife

News Headlines
#114666
2017-09-29

Caribbean praying mantises have ancient African origin

Mantises from the African lineage landed on the Greater Antilles islands more than 92 million years ago, likely hitching a ride on floating ocean debris. They were present tens of millions of years before other mantis groups arrived from Central and South America, and also before animals such as ...

News Headlines
#114215
2017-08-29

Bahamian songbirds disappeared during last glacial-interglacial transition

Two species of songbirds that once made a home in the Bahamas likely became extinct on the islands because of rising sea levels and a warmer, wetter climate, according to a new study by researchers at the University of California, Riverside and the University of Florida, Gainesville. The study, ...

Notification
#2392
2015-10-27

Postponement of the Capacity-building workshop for the Small Island Developing States of the Pacific and Indian Ocean to support implementation of Invasive Alien Species, 7-11 December 2015 - Nadi, Fiji

Reference: SCBD/MPO/AF/OH/JSH/CE/84551 (2015-120)
To: CBD National Focal Points of Comoros, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Seychelles, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu

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Side Event
#3149
COP 12
2014-10-16

Connecting the islands to complete the biodiversity puzzles

Island conservation is the hot issue nowadays. Life forms started from deep sea and flourished on islands. Roots up conservation action is very crucial to establish a long term support and impact on local people. Therefore, constant communication between different stake holders and massive envir ...

Side Event
#3216
COP 12
2014-10-13

Our Pacific Voyage: Natural Solutions for Island Resilience

Our Pacific Voyage to protect and conserve our regions’ biodiversity is an ongoing one, as we navigate this journey we are learning and experiencing new moments and lessons which we wish to share and learn from others. The Pacific islands will showcase work done in the region on our voyage, und ...

Side Event
#3287
COP 12
2014-10-09

Threats to the island biodiversity by military base constructions in Okinawa, Japan and Jeju, Korea

The theme of the International Day for Biological Diversity 2014 was "Island Biodiversity". Islands and their surrounding sea has often unique ecosystem connected to rivers and forests. They are rich in biodiversity, endemic and endangered species/subspecies. However, in islands and their coasta ...

Notification
#2162
2014-03-06
Action by
2014-04-30

Capacity-building workshop for Small Island Developing States to achieve Aichi Biodiversity Target 9 on Invasive Alien Species, 14-15 June 2014- Montreal, Canada

Reference: SCBD/SAM/DC/JSH/CE/83223 (2014-033)
To: CBD and SBSTTA Focal Points, relevant organizations and potential donors

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Meeting Document
#87322
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/16/4

Island Biodiversity: In-Depth Review of the Implementation of the Programme of Work

Meeting Document
#87448
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/16/INF/3

Compilation and Synthesis of Information Submitted by Parties, Other Governments and Organizations for the In-Depth Review on Island Biodiversity (Reposted 21 August 2012)

Meeting Document
#87156
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/16/INF/4

Integration of Climate Change Impacts and Response Activities Within the Programme of Work on Island Biodiversity

Meeting Document
#69637
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/14/INF/29

Report of the Workshop “Helping Islands Adapt – Aworkshop on Regional Action to Combat Invasive Alien Species on Islands to Preserve Biodiversity and Adapt to Climate Change” (11-16 April 2010, Auckand, New Zealand)

Meeting Document
#20455
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/COP/8/INF/40

Island Biological Diversity: Supporting Activities for The Secretariat, Suggested Partners, and Linkages with Decisions of the Conference of the Parties and Processes

Meeting Document
#44952
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/COP/9/INF/6

Island Biodiversity: Report of the Strategy Meeting of the Global Island Partnership

Meeting Document
#34401
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/12/INF/7

Report of the Workshop on the Ecosystem Approach and Customary Practice in Protected Areas in Small Islands, Bangkok, 12-16 December 2006

Meeting Document
#27978
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/WS-EA-PA-Islands/1/1

Annotated Provisional Agenda

Meeting Document
#35333
2013-07-17
Meeting Document
#27979
2013-07-17

Document

Information Note for Participants

Meeting Document
#19077
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/COP/8/13

Island Biological Diversity: Compilation of Supporting Actions for the Programme of Work

Meeting Document
#8604
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/10/4

Island Biodiversity: Proposed Elements for a Programme of Work

Meeting Document
#8603
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/10/INF/1

Report of the Ad Hoc Technical Expert Group on Island Biodiversity

Meeting Document
#9208
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/10/INF/26

Report of the Liaison Group on Island Biodiversity

Meeting Document
#7500
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/AHTEG-IB/1/1

Provisional agenda

Meeting Document
#8647
2013-07-17

UNEP/CBD/AHTEG-IB/1/6

Report of the Ad Hoc Technical Expert Group on Island Biodiversity

Meeting Document
#7751
2013-07-17

Document

Information for participants

Decision
COP 11
#13176

Decision XI/15

Review of the programme of work on island biodiversity

Notification
#1965
2012-08-31
Side Event
#2484
SBSTTA 16
2012-05-03

Conservation and sustainable use of island ecosystems.

CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF ISLAND ECOSYSTEMS. This side event will show the progress to date on protecting biodiversity on Mexican islands and the important advances on the related strategic planning. The event highlights major goals achieved by Mexico following a national approach in ...

Side Event
#2466
SBSTTA 16
2012-05-02

Sustainable Ocean Initiative: An Integrated Approach for Achieving the Aichi Biodiversity Targets

This side-event will highlight the key results of the Meeting on Sustainable Ocean Initiative Programme Development, held 2-4 August 2011 in Kanazawa, Japan, consolidate ways and means to implement the vision and specific goals of the Sustainable Ocean Initiative, and articulate specific message ...

Side Event
#2450
SBSTTA 16
2012-04-30

Lessons in implementation from the Programme of Work on Island Biodiversity

Side event illlustrating some of the successes and lessons in implementing the Programme of Work on Island Biodiversity which will be under review during SBSTTA 16.

Recommendation
SBSTTA 16
#13052

Recommendation XVI/3

Island biodiversity: in-depth review of the implementation of the programme of work

Notification
#1862
2012-02-01
Action by
2012-02-26

Call for posters for the Sixteenth Meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical, and Technological Advice (SBSTTA-16)

Reference: SCBD/STTM/SBSTTA15/DC/JG/78811 (2012-020)
To: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points, POWPA Focal Points and relevant organizations

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Notification
#1824
2011-11-17

Online Discussion Forum for the In-depth Review of the Programme of Work on Island Biodiversity (21 November – 9 December 2011).

Reference: SCBD/STTM/OH/JG/78159 (2011-222)
To: CBD and SBSTTA Focal Points and relevant organizations

The purpose of this notification is to invite Parties, other Governments, and relevant organizations and experts to contribute their views and relevant information to an online discussion forum at http://www.cbd.int/island/forum/, which was established to facilitate input to the in-depth review ...

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Notification
#1707
2011-06-03
Action by
2011-06-30

In-depth Review of Implementation of the Programme of Work on Island Biological Diversity: Second Reminder and Announcements

Reference: SCBD/STTM/OH/JG/74898 (2011-107)
To: CBD and SBSTTA National Focal Points and relevant organizations

Parties, other Governments and relevant organizations were invited to provide information for this review via notifications issued on 15 February 2011 and 28 April 2011 (http://www.cbd.int/doc/notifications/2011/ntf-2011-032-island-en.doc and http://www.cbd.int/doc/notifications/2011/ntf-2011-08 ...

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Notification
#1686
2011-04-28

REMINDER AND EXTENSION OF DEADLINE: Voluntary reports for the in-depth review of implementation of the programme of work on island biological diversity

Reference: SCBD/STTM/OH/JG/74898 (2011-086)
To: CBD and SBSTTA National Focal Points and relevant organizations

As you know, notification 2011-032 (sent on 15 February 2011, available at http://www.cbd.int/doc/notifications/2011/ntf-2011-032-island-en.doc) invited Parties, other Governments and relevant organizations to provide information for the in-depth review of implementation of the programme of wor ...

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Notification
#1632
2011-02-15

Voluntary reports for the in-depth review of implementation of the programme of work on island biological diversity

Reference: SCBD/STTM/OH/JG/74898 (2011-032)
To: CBD and SBSTTA Focal Points and relevant organizations

The purpose of this notification is to invite Parties and relevant organizations to provide information for the in-depth review of implementation of the programme of work on island biodiversity by the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA) at its 16th meeting, ...

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Side Event
#2305
COP 10
2010-10-27

The Micronesia Biosecurity Plan - An unprecedented cooperative effort to proactively analyze and prevent invasive species threats to the region of Micronesia.

The US Government, in conjunction with partners in Micronesia, is completing a comprehensive, science-based biosecurity plan to minimize invasive species threats to the region of Micronesia associated with the pending US Military build-up on Guam. The plan will include risk analyses of invasive ...

Side Event
#1729
COP 10
2010-10-25

Asia-Pacific Biodiversity Observation Network (AP-BON)

Introduction of the progress and implementation plan of AP-BON as a regional network under GEO-BON, which aims to strengthen scientific basis for biodiversity observation through integration of data and information in Asia-Pacific region.

Side Event
#2072
COP 10
2010-10-25

Ecosystem based management and adaption lessons from the Pacific

As part of the Pacific's celebration of the International Year of Biodiversity, Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)-Fiji and its partners will launch an Ecosystem Based Management (EBM) guide for the EBM practitioners in the Tropical Western Pacific, which is based on lesson learned from four ye ...

Side Event
#2215
COP 10
2010-10-22

Pacific SIDS: Value Island Biodiversity: Its Our Life

The side event aims at sharing success stories from around the Pacific region and to highlight some of the key challenges in the Pacific with regards to biodiversity conservation. There will be presentations by selected key note speakers as well as an exhibition and display of products from the ...

Side Event
#1844
COP 10
2010-10-20

The Western Indian Ocean: Resilient ecosystems for sustainable livelihoods, adaptation, and human security

Discussion and presentations from countries and institutions in the Western Indian Ocean (islands of the Indian Ocean and coastal areas of East Africa) hosted by the Global island partnership. Will including the environmental and climate change needs and threats and how to address these through ...

Notification
#1466
2010-05-13
Action by
2010-06-20

Invitation for Proposals - The Rio Conventions’ Ecosystems snd Climate Change Pavilion: Promoting synergies between biodiversity, land management and climate change, to be held at the CBD COP 10 and the UNFCCC COP 16

Reference: SCBD/STTM/JM/AW/71840 (2010-101)
To: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points and International Organizations

The secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), in consultation with the secretariats of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), will convene the Rio Conventions’ Ecosystems and Clima ...

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Meeting
#3351

9th World Wilderness Congress (WILD9)

6 - 13 November 2009, Merida, Mexico

Decision
COP 9
#11664

Decision IX/21

Island biodiversity

Notification
#900
2007-06-07

Decision VIII/1, paragraph 10: Island Biodiversity Programme of Work, linkages to other programmes, themes and issues.

Reference: SCBD/STTM/OH/AC/58712 (2007-068)
To: CBD and SBSTTA Focal Points

Pursuant to paragraph 10 of Decision VIII/1 requesting the Executive Secretary to identify linkages between the priority actions of the Island Biodiversity Programme of Work (IBPOW) and all other thematic work programmes and cross-cutting issues under the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) ...

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CBD
Meeting
#2611
Notification
#821
2006-11-28

Workshop on Application of the Ecosystem Approach to Protected Areas in Small Islands, 12 to 16 December 2006, Bangkok, Thailand (Selected Nominations).

Reference: SCBD/STTM/DCO/JG/56664 (2006-121)
To: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points, and island organizations

With the generous financial support of the Government of the Netherlands, the Secretariat is organizing a workshop on the application of the ecosystem approach to the planning, establishment and management of protected areas in small islands, in support of the Micronesia Challenge and similar in ...

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Notification
#812
2006-10-17

New dates for the workshop on application of the ecosystem approach to protected areas in small islands, 12-16 December 2006

Reference: SCBD/STTM/OH/JG/56279 (2006-112)
To: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points

Following up on Notification 55472, I have the pleasure to inform you that the dates for the workshop on the application of the ecosystem approach to the planning, establishment and management of protected areas in small islands are 12 to 16 December 2006, in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Notification
#785
2006-08-01
Action by
2006-09-30

Workshop on application of the ecosystem approach to protected areas in small islands, November 2006

Reference: SCBD/STTM/OH/JG/55472 (2006-086)
To: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points, island organizations

I have the pleasure to inform you that, with the generous financial support of the Government of the Netherlands, the Secretariat is organizing a workshop on the application of the ecosystem approach to the planning, establishment and management of protected areas in small islands, in support of ...

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Statement
#21619
2006-05-05

Message from Dr. Ahmed Djoghlaf, Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity, on the Occasion of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Day

The 100,000 islands of the world represent more than 600 million people, one quarter of the nations of the world, 16 per cent of the planet’s known plant species and more than half of the world’s tropical marine biodiversity. The richness of these unique ecosystems is under attack. Thirty per c ...

Decision
COP 8
#11013

Decision VIII/1

Island biodiversity

Notification
#674
2005-10-14
Action by
2005-11-05

Reference: SCBD/STTM/JM/JG /51255 (2005-110)
To: CBD National Focal Points, SBSTTA Focal Points and AHTEG members

In paragraph 6 of its recommendation X/1, the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA) requested the Executive Secretary to compile those supporting actions for the programme of work on island biodiversity included in the drafts considered at its tenth meeting a ...

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