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The Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management

14 organizations working to increase cooperation and coordination, and promote the sustainable management of terrestrial vertebrate wildlife in all biomes and geographic areas, contributing to the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, food security, livelihoods, and well-being.

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29 August 2019 31 July 2019 6 June 2019
The CBD Secretariat, together with other members of CPW, promoted discussions on the future of sustainable wildlife management at CITES COP 18, including the identification of potential milestones, targets, indicators, and monitoring tools and databases to be integrated in the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework. More » The CBD Secretariat has issued notification 064 of 31 July 2019, inviting Parties, other Governments, relevant organizations, and indigenous peoples and local communities to participate in a survey that aims to look at the actions taken to use and manage wildlife more sustainably. More » To support Parties and other stakeholders in the implementation of COP decision 14/7 on sustainable wildlife management and the voluntary guidance for a sustainable wild meat sector, the CBD Secretariat has created a package with resources available. More »

18 April 2019 20 January 2019 21 November 2018
The CBD Secretariat and the Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management published the key messages of the 2nd Wildlife Forum, held on 21 November 2018 in Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt. More » The CBD Secretariat and the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) published the technical report "Towards a sustainable, participatory and inclusive wild meat sector", which describes the situation with regards to wild meat consumption and trade in tropical and sub-tropical regions worldwide and provides a review of the available literature on wild meat use, governance, and management. More » The two-year wait is over! Amidst the beating sun of Sharm-el Sheik comes a project from the cold, dark winter of Northern Europe. At the occasion of the 2nd Wildlife Forum, the recipient of the sixth CIC Markhor Award was announced. The winner: the ‘Return of Rural Wetlands LIFE+ Project’! This successful initiative has been running since 2010 in Finland. More »

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