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Side Event #5223

Status: PUBLISHED

Date Monday
2023.10.16 @ 18:15
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Room CR-9 -GRULAC
2nd floor
Capacity: 80 people
Conference SBSTTA-25 / COP & MOPs Resumed
Meetings(s)
SBSTTA-25
Twenty-fifth meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice
Title Advancing the sustainable willdife management for people, nature and positive livelihood outcomes: Perspectives of the Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management
Hosts
FAO | CBD | IUCN | TRAFFIC | IIED | UNEP | CIFOR | CITES | CMS | CIC | ORG WAITING FOR APPROVAL | IIFB | WOAH |
Topics
Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices
Sustainable Use of Biodiversity
Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework
Indigenous peoples and local communities
Endangered Species
 

 

Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) is a cornerstone in the realm of biodiversity conservation. It not only contributes to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals but remains acutely pertinent to the Kunming-Montreal Global Targets Biodiversity Framework, particularly underscoring the significance of Targets 4, 5, and 9. Despite its vital role, SWM faces mounting challenges in light of increasing human populations, technological advancements, and the increasing commercial trade, both domestically and internationally, in and unsustainable use of, wild species.

 The Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management (CPW) was established a decade ago through a CBD Decision XI/25, paragraph 15 (f) and has a mandate to advance the priority of sustainable wildlife management. This Partnership brings together 13 international organizations with diverse interest and expertise in sustainable wildlife management, including species-based conventions, intergovernmental government agencies, non-governmental organizations and research bodies that focus on among others promoting relevant guidelines and programmes for sustainable wildlife management.

In this side event, the CPW will describe the early work of the Partnership – and particularly the development of the Voluntary Guidance for a Sustainable Wild Meat Sector adopted at CBD/COP/DEC/14/7. CPW is highlighted in CBD/SBSTTA/25/11 as having a key role to play in identifying other areas beyond the wild meat sector that might require complementary guidance, such as other geographical areas, species and uses, aligning with the directives of the adopted COP15/23 decision and the insights garnered during SBSTTA-25 deliberations.

Beyond this, CPW has developed a new workplan for 2023-2025, which will be officially launched at this side event. During the event, CPW partners will also provide highlights of some key activities included within this workplan.

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