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#3075 Thursday
2019.11.21
18:15
Knowledge and Information Management in the post-2020 global biodiversity framework

In decision 14/25, the Conference of the Parties requested the Executive Secretary to develop, in consultation with the informal advisory committees to the clearing-house mechanism, the Biosafety Clearing-House and the Access and Benefit Sharing Clearing-House, a knowledge management strategy as a part of the preparatory process for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework.   The preamble of the Convention on Biologi ... more less


#3103 Thursday
2019.11.21
18:15
Mainstreaming the rights-based approach to the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework

A number of International laws and Conventions recognize the rights of indigenous peoples to their lands and territories. Yet, in recent years, indigenous peoples defending nature and biodiversity within their traditional lands face harassment, persecution and death.  This side event provides a platform for indigenous peoples and local communities to share their own views for state governments, donor, NGOs and others on ... more less


#3109 Thursday
2019.11.21
18:15
The central role of indigenous peoples and local communities in the post-2020 global biodiversity framework

Recent high profile reports by the IPCC and IPBES have underscored how little time we have left to address the current biodiversity and climate crises, and how interlinked these are with human rights and particularly the rights of Indigenous peoples and local communities. These crises were created by certain worldviews and economic and political systems, and we cannot address them through business as usual ‘sustained econ ... more less


#3129 Thursday
2019.11.21
18:15
Mainstreaming Biological and Cultural Diversity – Nature and Culture - into the Post 2020 Global Biodiversity Framework

This side event will explore issues relating to the links between biological and cultural diversity, including the importance of the indigenous languages and its role in the achievement of the three objectives of the CBD, the Sustainable Development Goals, climate action the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. more less


#3106 Thursday
2019.11.21
23:15
Human rights for thriving Indigenous Peoples, Local Communities and healthy ecosystems in the post 2020 global biodiversity agenda

This side event will discuss how the combination of human rights and ecosystem-based approaches can provide a stronger basis to achieve better outcomes for biodiversity and Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities. Concrete proposals on how these approaches can be the basis for the new Programme of Work on Article 8j and the post-2020 global biodiversity framework will be addressed. In particular, the side event will focu ... more less


#3057 Monday
2019.11.25
18:15
Multidisciplinary approaches to address biodiversity loss

The issues driving biodiversity loss are often social, economic and political. Unfortunately, very often those issues are not adequately considered in the design and implementation of biodiversity policies, plans and programmes and in their associated indicators. We must Address the underlying causes of biodiversity loss by mainstreaming biodiversity across government and society. For example: planting more trees as cattl ... more less