LGBUSHMEAT-02 Outcomes

Meeting Documents

LGBUSHMEAT-02

Outcomes

Final Report

Outcomes of the Joint Meeting of the CBD Liaison Group on Bushmeat and the CITES Central Africa Bushmeat Working Group

Official

1.
Provisional Agenda
2.
Annotations to the Provisional Agenda
3.
Report on Small-Scale Livelihood Alternatives to the Unsustainable Use of Bushmeat, Based on the Sustainable Use of Biodiversity
4.
Recommendations of the First Meeting of the Convention on Biological Diversity Liaison Group on Bushmeat
5.
Outcomes of the Joint Meeting of the CBD Liaison Group on Bushmeat and the CITES Central Africa Bushmeat Working Group
6.
CBD Technical Series Nr. 33 “Conservation and Sustainable Use of Wildlife-based Resources: The Bushmeat Crisis” (2008)

Notifications

1.
Selected Experts for the Joint meeting of the CBD Bushmeat Liaison Group and the CITES Central Africa Bushmeat Working Group, 7 – 10 June 2011, Nairobi, Kenya
Notification to: CBD National Focal Points cc: Indigenous and Local Community Organizations; Members of the Collaborative Partnership on Forests; other Relevant Organizations; SBSTTA Focal Points; CHM Focal Points; PoWPA Focal Points

Other

1.
Information Note for Participants
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Bangladesh: Situation Analysis on Bushmeat
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Regional Bushmeat Solutions from Bushmeat Free Eastern Africa Network (BEAN)
4.
Botswana: Status and trends of Bushmeat harvesting
5.
Application of Food Balance Sheets to Assess the Scale of the Bushmeat Trade in Central Africa
6.
Cambodia: Status and trends of Bushmeat harvesting
7.
Cameroon: Activities on Bushmeat (available in French only)
8.
CBD Activities on Bushmeat
9.
Central Africa: Indigenous People and the issue of Bushmeat (available in French only)
10.
Central Africa Republic: Contribution of Bushmeat to Socio-Economic Development (available in French only)
11.
CIFOR: Forest certification in Cameroon
12.
Bushmeat issue in CIFOR
13.
CITES and Bushmeat
14.
CMS and Bushmeat
15.
Colombia: Bushmeat and wildlife use
16.
COMIFAC : Sustainable management of wildlife in Central Africa (available in French only)
17.
Democratic Republic of Congo: Report on Bushmeat (available in French only)
18.
DRC: Status and trends of Bushmeat (available in French only)
19.
ETFRN: Biodiversity conservation in certified forests
20.
Development of a Central African Bushmeat Monitoring System: SYVBAC*
21.
FAO’s work on sustainable use of Bushmeat
22.
FSC : Certification and the protection of wildlife in Central Africa (available in French only)
23.
Impact Report on FSC certification
24.
GRASP activities on Bushmeat
25.
Guatemala: Situation of the use of Bushmeat
26.
Equatorial Guinea: Bushmeat trade and possible solutions
27.
India: Wildlife conservation and trends of Bushmeat harvesting
28.
IUCN/SSC work on Bushmeat issues
29.
Kenya Wildlife Services on Bushmeat
30.
Liberia: Status and trends of Bushmeat harvesting
31.
Nepal: Indigenous Peoples of Asia and Biological Diversity
32.
Paraguay: Status and trends of Bushmeat harvesting
33.
Bushmeat-the Sudan Experience
34.
Customary sustainable use of wildlife: case study from Suriname and recommendations
35.
Bushmeat issues in Tanzania
36.
Presentation Template
37.
TRAFFIC: Reducing unsustainable harvests of wild animals for food and medicine
38.
Proceedings of the Workshop on Trade and Conservation of Pangolins Native to South and Southeast Asia, 30 June – 2 July 2008, Singapore Zoo
39.
Gender, economic alternatives, and food sovereignty: Political strategies to bring about positive change to reduce commercial hunting in Yasuní
40.
DRC: Bushmeat Strategy and Action Plan
41.
Tanzania: Impacts of Bushmeat consumption in refugee camps
42.
Wild Animals for Food and Medicine
43.
WCO: Illegal trade in Bushmeat
44.
WCS: Evaluation of Wildlife Management in Protected Areas (available in French only)
45.
CBD-CITES: Working Group Guidelines
46.
Scoping the feasibility of potential alternatives to bushmeat hunting in Equatorial Guinea: a literature review and key informant perspectives