Submissions from Parties, other Governments, relevant organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities on the preparations for the Post-2020 Biodiversity Framework

Invitation for views on the preparation, scope and content of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework

Through notification 2018-063 Parties, other Governments,indigenous peoples and local communities, relevant international organizations, civil society organizations, women’s and youth organizations, private and financial sectors and other stakeholders were invited to provide further views on the proposed preparatory process for the development of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework,.The responses received in response to this notification are listed below. They are presented in the form, language and order in which they were received

Submission from Date

Didier Babin 21-July-18
Brazil 6-August-18
United Nations Environment Programme 13-August-18
Australia, Canada, Iceland, New Zealand and Norway 14-August-18
Costa Rica (1) ,(2) ,(3) 14-August-18
Nature Conservation Society of Japan 15-August-18
Brazil 15-August-18
China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation 15-August-18
WWF 15-August-18
BirdLife International 15-August-18
Switzerland 16-August-18
UN Women
 16-August-18
Philip Bubb 16-August-18
Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research 17-August-18
Colombia 17-August-18
Japan 21-August-18
IUCN 24-August-18
China 27-August-18
European Union 27-August-18
EcoNexus 27-August-18
Natural Capital Coalition 30-August-18
International Maritime Organization 3-September-18
Mexico 10-September-18
Fridtjof Nansen Institute 17-September-18
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 20-September-18
BirdLife International, Conservation International, Fauna & Flora International, Global Wildlife Conservation, National Geographic Society, Natural Resources Defense Council, The Nature Conservancy, Panthera,The Pew Charitable Trusts, Wildlife Conservation Society, World Wildlife Fund International, Wyss Campaign for Nature, UN Foundation, and the Zoological Society of London 27-November-18
Birdlife International, Conservation International, Global Youth Biodiversity Network, International Fund for Animal Welfare, Rare, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, The Nature Conservancy, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Wildlife Conservation Society and WWF 28-November-18
Institute for Biodiversity Network 5-December-18
Global Partnership for Business and Biodiversity 6-December-18
WWF 7-December-18
IUCN Conservation Genetics Specialist Group and the Scottish Working Group on Aichi Target 13 8-December-18
International Coral reef Initiative 11-December-18
Biodiversify, The University of Oxford, The University of Queensland and The Wildlife Conservation Society, The University of Kent and Wild Business and Synchronicity Earth (1) (2) 13-December-18
IIED 13-December-18
Israel 14-December-18
Global Partnership for Plant Conservation 14-December-18
Australia 14-December-18
Secretariat of the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative at the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability 14-December-18
Aichi Prefecture 14-December-18
International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty (EN) (FR) (ES) 14-December-18
Jinfeng Zhou 14-December-18
Future Earth (1) (2) 14-December-18
Population Matters 14-December-18
Green Economy Coalition 14-December-18
Conservation International 14-December-18
WWF Switzerland 14-December-18
Bioversity International 14-December-18
UNESCO 14-December-18
4th Science Forum 14-December-18
Global Forest Coalition 14-December-18
Traffic 14-December-18
Brazil 14-December-18
CDC Biodiversité 14-December-18
Children & Nature Network (1) (2) (3) (4) 14-December-18
Natural Capital Coalition 14-December-18
Center for Large Landscape Conservation 14-December-18
Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species and its Agreements 14-December-18
Avaaz 14-December-18
United States 14-December-18
National Geographic Society, Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, Wyss Foundation, Resolve, and the Center for Large Landscape Conservation 14-December-18
Wildlife Conservation Society 14-December-18
Campaign for Nature 14-December-18
Wild Heritage, the Australian Rainforest Conservation Society and WILD Foundatione 14-December-18
United Nations Committee of Experts on Environmental Economic Accounting 14-December-18
Linda Wong 14-December-18
NatureServe 14-December-18
The Nature Conservancy 15-December-18
China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development 15-December-18
Tompkins Conservation 15-December-18
CEEweb for Biodiversity 15-December-18
Rainforest Foundation Norway 15-December-18
Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network 15-December-18
Cambridge Conservation Initiative(1) (2) 15-December-18
IUCN 15-December-18
Canada(1) (2) 15-December-18
The Pew Charitable Trusts,The Natural Resources Defense Council, Ocean Unite and Greenpeace 15-December-18
WWF Germany 15-December-18
BirdLife 15-December-18
Emmaus Aurinkotehdas ry 15-December-18
EcoNexus 15-December-18
International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (1) (2) (3) 15-December-18
Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales 15-December-18
Friends of the Earth International 15-December-18
New Zealand 15-December-18
UNEP and UNEP-WCMC 15-December-18
OECD 15-December-18
Norway 18-December-18
Switzerland 19-December-18
World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Biodiversity and the Economy 19-December-18
Green Growth Knowledge Platform and its Natural Capital Expert Working Group 20-December-18
European Union 20-December-18
ICCA Consortium 21-December-18
Colombia 24-December-18
Japan 26-December-18
Uganda 8-January-19
China 23-January-19

Peer review - Proposals for a comprehensive and participatory process for the preparation of the post-2020 biodiversity framework

Through notification 2017-124 National Focal Points for the Convention and its Protocols as well as indigenous peoples and local communities, and relevant organizations were invited to peer review a draft document on proposals for a comprehensive and participatory process for the preparation of the post-2020 biodiversity framework.The responses received in response to this notification are listed below. They are presented in the form, language and order in which they were received

Submission from Date

Finland 21-Dec-17
Sweden 21-Dec-17
Japan 3-Jan-18
All India Forum of Forest Movements 4-Jan-18
European Union 4-Jan-18
Hungary 4-Jan-18
University of Warsaw Centre for Environmental Studies and Sustainable Development 7-Jan-18
Norway 8-Jan-18
Forest Peoples Programme 8-Jan-18
France 8-Jan-17
Benin 8-Jan-18
Islamic Republic of Iran 8-Jan-18
Austria 8-Jan-18
Belgium 8-Jan-18
Brazil 8-Jan-18
Pro Natura 8-Jan-18
Conservation International 8-Jan-18
Iraq 8-Jan-18
WWF Germany 8-Jan-18
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 9-Jan-18
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 9-Jan-18
Global Forest Coalition and the Community Conservation Resilience Initiative 9-Jan-18
Plurinational State of Bolivia 9-Jan-18
ICCA Consortium 10-Jan-18
Secretariat of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services 10-Jan-18
Madagascar 11-Jan-18
Andes Chinchasuyu from Ecuador and the Indigenous Women Network on Biodiversity from Latin America and the Caribbean 13-Jan-18
Mexico 15-Jan-18
Malaysia 18-Jan-18
Togo 26-Jan-18
Environment and Conservation Organisations of NZ Inc 12-Feb-18
World Health Organization 13-Feb-18
Colombia 14-Feb-18
Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research 14-Feb-18
UN Environment 15-Feb-18
Uganda 15-Feb-18
World Wide Fund for Nature International (WWF) 15-Feb-18
Canada 15-Feb-18
New Zealand 16-Feb-18
UNEP-WCMC 16-Feb-18
IUCN 16-Feb-18
UNESCO 16-Feb-18
BirdLife International 16-Feb-18
República Bolivariana de Venezuela 16-Feb-18
The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus 16-Feb-18
Brazil 1-March-18

Preparations of the Post-2020 Strategic Plan

Through notification 2017-052 Parties, other Governments, relevant organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities were invited to provide comments on the preparatory process and timetable for the follow-up to the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020. The responses received in response to this notification are listed below. They are presented in the form, language and order in which they were received