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The CBD Secretariat has undertaken regional workshops to facilitate the description of ecologically or biologically significant marine areas (EBSAs). (...) The second meeting of the CBD Subsidiary Body on Implementation will discuss the mainstreaming of biodiversity across sectors, in particular energy and mining, infrastructure, manufacturing and processing, and health. (...) The decision provided guidance to Parties on a number of matters, and also requested the Executive Secretary to continue collaboration with a number of partners. 29. Pursuant to CBD COP decision XIII/3, the 2nd meeting of the CBD Subsidiary Body on Implementation (to take place in Montreal in July 2018) will discuss the mainstreaming of biodiversity within and across sectors and other strategic actions to enhance implementation, in particular with regards to the sectors of energy and mining, infrastructure, manufacturing and processing, and health.
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Nagoya/CBD: There was no consensus on whether the CBD Secretariat should be invited to brief the TRIPS Council on the Nagoya Protocol. (...) Several members repeated their call for a future briefing by the CBD but again there was no consensus, as was also the case on whether the CBD should be an observer in the council. The countries supporting “disclosure” said an amendment is still needed because the Nagoya Protocol and the CBD do not make disclosure mandatory and not all WTO members have signed the CBD Others continue to oppose this saying Nagoya was recently agreed and should not be renegotiated immediately, and that the WTO’s TRIPS Agreement should not be used as a tool to enforce it.
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TRIPs and the Protection of Traditional Knowledge There have been some requests to weaken the TRIPs Agreement, alleging that the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) supersedes it, particularly with respect to the protection of traditional knowledge as recognized by Article 8j of the CBD. ICCA believes that there is no disharmony between TRIPs and the CBD and supports the establishment of a system to address and protect traditional knowledge on a global basis. (...) See also the ICCA position paper on “TRIPs and the Environment” (June 29, 1999), which addresses in particular the interaction between TRIPs and CBD. For an electronic version of this and other ICCA positions on trade, please visit the ICCA web site at www.icca-chem.org INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHEMICAL ASSOCIATIONS Conselho das Associações da Indústria Quimica do Mercosul (CIQUIM) Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) Japan Chemical Industry Association (JCIA) Asociácion Nacional de la Industria Quimica (ANIQ) Mexico Canadian Chemical Producers' Association (CCPA) American Chemistry Council (ACC) United States New Zealand Chemical Industry Council (NZCIC) Plastics and Chemical Industry Association (PACIA) Australia Chemical and Allied Industries Association South Africa Council Secretary: ALAIN PERROY Ave.
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CHANGES IN THE SCOPE OF CONTROL OF SUBSTANCES: PROPOSED SCHEDULING RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
Substances recommended for critical review Preparations containing almost exclusively cannabidiol (CBD) Chemically, cannabidiol (CBD) is (1’R,2’R)-5’-Methyl-4-pentyl-2’-(prop-1-en-2-yl)- 1’,2’,3’,4’-tetrahydro-[1,1’-biphenyl]-2,6-diol. (...) There is no evidence that CBD as a substance is liable to similar abuse and similar ill effects as substances in the 1961 or 1971 Conventions (including cannabis and dronabinol (THC), respectively). (...) E/CN.7/2018/10 11/12 V.18-00063 However, CBD is produced for pharmaceutical purposes as an extract of cannabis, and cannabis extracts and tinctures are included in the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 1961.
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MEASURES TO PROMOTE AND ADVANCE THE DISTRIBUTION OF BENEFITS FROM BIOTECHNOLOGY IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 19
Distr. CBD CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY GENERAL UNEP/CBD/COP/4/21 16 February 1998 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Fourth meeting Bratislava, 4-15 May 1998 Item 16.1 of the provisional agenda* For reasons of economy, this document is printed in a limited number. (...) In fact, these paragraphs parallel paragraphs 6 and 7 of Article 15, the relationships being highlighted in table 1 on page 3 below. 1/ A report on progress in that work may be found in document UNEP/CBD/COP/4/9. The reports of the second, third and fourth meetings of the Working Group (UNEP/CBD/BSWG/2/6, UNEP/CBD/BSWG/3/6 and UNEP/CBD/BSWG/4/4) will also be available at the fourth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (...) Furthermore, legal provision can 5/ Ibid. 6/ See the report of the Workshop (UNEP/CBD/TKBD/1/3). /... UNEP/CBD/COP/4/21 Page 17 be geared to emphasize the development and utilization of local resources, including human resources, in technology transfer contracts.
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MORE: > intellectual property (TRIPS) > TRIPS and health > TRIPS and biodiversity > geographical indications > all TRIPS issues > TRIPS news MINUTES: Members also continued to debate patents on life forms and related proposals for reducing biopiracy — the misappropriation of genetic materials for use in inventions — and ensuring that the WTO’s intellectual property agreement is consistent with the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Their positions broadly remained unchanged, as were their views on inviting the CBD Secretariat to be an observer in the council. (...) Members also continued to disagree on whether the secretariats of the World Intellectual Property Organization and UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) should be invited to brief the council on work in their organizations. (...) The WIPO Secretariat is a TRIPS Council observer and the concern raised was about timing: some said inviting WIPO would be premature since work on these issues in that WIPO is still in an early stage. The CBD Secretariat is not an observer, and some said it should be up to members to describe how they are implementing the CBD and its recently agreed Nagoya Protocol.  
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The CBD Secretariat has undertaken regional workshops to facilitate the description of ecologically or biologically significant marine areas (EBSAs). (...) Discussions are underway under the CBD on the development of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework. (...) At its fourteenth meeting, the CBD COP adopted a decision on mainstreaming and the integration of biodiversity within and across sectors (decision 14/3), with a focus on the sectors of energy, mining, infrastructure, manufacturing and processing sectors., forestry, fisheries and tourism.
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Joe Appiott Coordinator, Marine, Coastal and Island Biodiversity Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity Collaboration, Cooperation and Coordination to Achieve Global Goals for Marine Biodiversity Experiences from the CBD Aichi Biodiversity Targets 2020 Deadline Collaboration/Cooperation/Coordinationneeded But it takes time and effort So, how to structure in a way that adds value? Focus on issues of common interest that help (i) to do our jobs better and (ii) meet common goals Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Sectors embedding biodiversity considerations into policies, strategiesand practicesof key public and private actors that impact or rely on biodiversity, so that it is conserved and (GEF STAP Advisory Document 2014) CBD COP 13 (2016) Fisheries Forestry Agriculture Tourism Mainstreaming Commitments at COP 13+14 CBD COP 14 (2018) Energy + Mining Manufacturing Processing Infrastructure Health High-Level Commitment CANCUN DECLARATION ON MAINSTREAMING THE CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF BIODIVERSITY FOR WELL-BEING High-Level Commitment SHARM EL-SHEIKH DECLARATION INVESTING IN BIODIVERSITY FOR PEOPLE AND PLANET COP Decisions providing guidance for implementation COP Decisions providing guidance for implementation Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas (EBSAs) CBD regional workshop process Over 74% (or 82%) of global ocean is covered by 14 CBD Regional Workshops on EBSAs Synthesis of best available scientific and technical information Expert process on the application of EBSA criteria Description and mapping of areas that meet the EBSA criteria
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Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Africa Renewal Africa Renewal Toggle navigation e-Magazine Stories Topics Climate Change Culture and Education Economic Development Gender Health Human Rights Peace and Security Sustainable Development Goals Youth Book Review Refugees & Migrants UN Affairs Podcast Search form Search Elizabeth Mrema: Protecting the world’s biodiversity Get monthly e-newsletter Climate Change Elizabeth Mrema: Protecting the world’s biodiversity From Africa Renewal:  May 2022 19 May 2022 By:  United Nations Elizabeth Mrema, Executive Secretary of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Elizabeth Mrema, the Executive Secretary of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), grew up in Moshi, a town located on the lower slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro in northern Tanzania. (...) Protecting the world’s biodiversity - UN Climate Thought Leaders: Elizabeth Mrema The CBD was established following the  Earth Summit  in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, which paved the way for the establishment of three major conventions on the environment - on biodiversity, climate change and land degradation.  (...) The message will go to the CBD, and the two will land in Egypt with the climate change conference to bring together that connection,” says Ms.
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT :DRAFT RESOLUTION / SUBMITTED BY THE VICE-CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE, AHMAD SAIF AL-KUWARI (QATAR), ON THE BASIS OF INFORMAL CONSULTATIONS ON DRAFT RESOLUTION A/C.2/74/L.35
I. 27 See United Nations Environment Programme, document UNEP/CBD/COP/13/25, sect. I. 28 See United Nations Environment Programme, document UNEP/CBD/CP/MOP/8/17, sect. I. 29 See United Nations Environment Programme, document UNEP/CBD/NP/MOP/2/13, sect. I. 30 United Nations Environment Programme, document UNEP/CBD/COP/13/24. (...) Encourages parties to promote the mainstreaming of gender considerations, taking into account the 2015–2020 Gender Plan of Action under the Convention on Biological Diversity,17 in developing, implementing and revising their national and, where appropriate, regional and subnational biodiversity strategies and action plans and equivalent instruments in implementing the three objectives of the Convention, recognizes the need to enhance cooperation on capacity-building in order to support parties in this process, and emphasizes the importance of integrating a gender perspective into the process of developing the post-2020 global biodiversity framework; __________________ 34 See United Nations Environment Programme, document UNEP/CBD/COP/11/35, annex I. 35 See United Nations Environment Programme, document UNEP/CBD/COP/12/29, sect.
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