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REPORT OF THE FOURTH MEETING OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
Distr. GENERAL UNEP/CBD/COP/4/27 15 June 1998 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CBD CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Fourth meeting Bratislava, 4-15 May 1998 REPORT OF THE FOURTH MEETING OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY CONTENTS Agenda item Paragraphs Page INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 5 1. (...) IMPLEMENTATION OF ARTICLE 8(J) AND RELATED PROVISIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 - 141 33 /... UNEP/CBD/COP/4/27 Page 3 11. SYNTHESIS OF INFORMATION CONTAINED IN NATIONAL REPORTS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 - 149 37 12. (...) Approximately two thirds of the world’s States had not yet acceded to it, thus impeding it from playing a greater /... UNEP/CBD/COP/4/27 Page 13 role in the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity.
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REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COSTED 2-YEAR WORK PROGRAMME OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (2010-2011) : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The CST did not fully address the cooperation with the scientific subsidiary bodies of the ICCD/COP(10)/14/Rev.1 8 and the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) are increased. UNFCCC and the CBD, nor the interactions between climate change adaptation, drought mitigation and the restoration of degraded lands. However, related matters were discussed at the CST Bureau meeting, and the Chair of the Bureau participated in some meetings of the CBD. Furthermore, the secretariat explored possible modalities for cooperation or information exchange between the scientific subsidiary bodies and the issue was also brought up at the April 2011 meeting of the Joint Liaison Group of the three Rio Conventions. (...) The CST, through deliberations at its second special session and its Bureau meetings, actively guided the secretariat in developing a knowledge management system and its scientific knowledge brokering component.
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PROVISION OF ASSISTANCE AND CAPACITY BUILDING IN OTHER INTERNATIONAL SETTINGS / SUBMITTED BY THE IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT UNIT
Assistance brokered or coordinated by organizations or networks The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Clearing House Mechanism (CHM)20 14. The CHM is coordinated by an Executive Secretary and overseen and guided by an Informal Advisory Committee (IAC) set up by the Parties to the CBD. (...) A National Clearing-House Mechanism (or National CHM) has been established; it is a website that provides relevant information on the CBD in a particular country. The national CHM website should contain all national biodiversity-related information that is required to assist policy makers and interested stakeholders to meet obligations under the CBD and to conserve and sustainably use biodiversity. (...) A network of national focal points for the mechanism was established to address matters relating to technical and scientific cooperation, acting as a one of the communication channels between the national and regional levels and the Secretariat of the CBD. Security Council Committee established pursuant to Resolution 1540 (2004) 18.
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The UNECE and the CBD Secretariat will strive to use their expertise in support of each other’s mandates in areas of mutual interest. Article 2 2.1 The UNECE and the CBD Secretariat will convene periodic consultations to review their cooperation and to discuss new opportunities. The signatories agree to hold such consultations periodically as required and not less than once every two years. 2.2 The ECE and the CBD Secretariat agree to designate responsible units for the activities under this Memorandum: (a) For the CBD Secretariat: Scientific, Technical and Technological Matters (STTM) Division (b) For the UNECE: Timber and Forestry Section Article 3 3.1 Joint activities under the Memorandum are subject to the availability of funding for that purpose.
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Score: 1166190.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/oes/MOU/ECE_MoU_CBD.pdf
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Biodiversity and Livelihoods: REDD-Benefits CBD and GTZ The German Development Cooperation and the CBD Secretariat have compiled a guide on how REDD can simultaneously address climate change, biodiversity loss and poverty. (...) National Ecological Gap Analysis updated: identifying sites for REDD biodiversity benefits CBD The 192 Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) are carrying out national gap analyses to identify the 'missing links' in their protected area system, as part of their commitments under the CBD Programme of Work on Protected Areas. (...) The brief. Good practice guide on "Sustainable Forest Management: Biodiversity and Livelihoods" IUCH and CBD The CBD Secretariat and IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) have published a Good Practice Guide on Sustainable Forest Management: Biodiversity and Livelihoods.
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Score: 1165432.5 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/2...7d10bac7fe7d45d3fefc8531b3.pdf
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(article 8j) and the issue of access to genetic resource and the resultant benefit-sharing have been separated Under the CBD. I believe that this has been a mistake. We have a separate process for 8(j) issues and one for ABS. (...) This provision is consistent with the CBD’s recognition of the principle of national sovereignty over genetic resources within national borders. (...) This provision is in line with the CBD objectives of “conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity”, as reflected in the emerging national ABS law.
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id=12968. 5 UNEP/CBD/COP/DEC/IX/8, available from http://www.cbd.int/decisions/cop/? (...) Harmonizing national biodiversity monitoring with policy development aimed at implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 and with the Pan-European 2020 Strategy for Biodiversity 17. The CBD Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011–20207 (CBD Strategic Plan) is relevant to NBMSs because it guides the definition of national biodiversity targets, progress towards which in turn should be measured by national biodiversity monitoring systems. (...) NBMSs should be used for reporting under CBD, particularly during preparation of national reports to CBD, in line with CBD guidance on indicator-based reporting.24 The reporting commitments of target countries under CBD and other MEAs provide an additional incentive to update or develop NBMSs.
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REFINEMENT OF THE UNCCD MONITORING AND EVALUATION FRAMEWORK IN THE POST-2015 PERIOD. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES 1, 2 AND 3
These land-based indicators may support in tandem the approaches to be adopted by the UNFCCC and the CBD for monitoring progress toward their goals and/or targets as exemplified in figures 1 and 2 contained in annex II. 34. (...) Available at: https://unfccc.int/files/adaptation/cancun_adaptation_framework/application/pdf/naptechguidelines_ eng_high__res.pdf. 17 CBD decision UNEP/CBD/COP/DEC/XI/3. 18 CBD, Progress towards the Aichi Biodiversity Targets: An assessment of biodiversity trends, policy scenarios and key actions, CBD Technical Series No. 78, (Montreal, Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, 2014). Available at: https://www.cbd.int/doc/publications/cbd-ts-78-en.pdf. ICCD/COP(12)/CST/3-ICCD/CRIC(14)/7 12 35.
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(For explanations see: unofficial guide to the 10 July 2008 agriculture draft, available here , and “ the July 2008 NAMA modalities text made simple ”) On some of these issues, “positions still remain too far apart. (...) This is what he said: “As the Director-General informed you yesterday, he has asked me to help him in the capacity of a “friend” by holding informal contacts with delegations on the TRIPS-related issues of the GI register, GI extension and the TRIPS/CBD relationship. “I started this process yesterday by meeting delegations representing the main positions on both sides of each issue. (...) It is clear that there are important differences of substance on all three issues and on process and mandate in relation to GI extension and TRIPS/CBD, although it appears that some issues may prove to be more difficult than others.
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At UN conference, countries adopt Cancun Declaration, ramping up efforts to protect world’s biodiversity Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index Home About The Sustainable Development Agenda The Sustainable Development Goals: Our Framework for COVID-19 Recovery Decade of Action SDG Moment 2021 A New Social Contract for a New Era Food Systems Summit 2021 Why the SDGs Matter Monitoring and Progress – HLPF Sustainable Development Goals Report Financing for Development UN Secretary-General’s Strategy for Financing the 2030 Agenda United Nations Reform Campaigns Climate Gender Equality Ocean Goals 1-6 Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms Goal 2: Zero Hunger Goal 3: Health Goal 4: Education Goal 5: Gender equality and women’s empowerment Goal 6: Water and Sanitation 7-12 Goal 7: Energy Goal 8: Economic Growth Goal 9: Infrastructure, industrialization Goal 10: Inequality Goal 11: Cities Goal 12: Sustainable consumption and production 13-17 Goal 13: Climate Action Goal 14: Oceans Goal 15: Biodiversity, forests, desertification Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions Goal 17: Partnerships Take Action ActNow.bot Food Challenge ActNow | Food Challenge | Sustainable Recipes ActNow | Food Challenge | Videos Be the Change The Lazy Person’s Guide to Saving the World Partnerships About Partnerships SDGs in Action app SDG Media Compact SDG Publishers Compact SDG Media Zone SDG Action Zone SDG Advocates Climate Advocates News and Media News Featured News Press materials SDG Planning Calendar Goal of the Month Goal of the Month | Archive Download communications materials Videos Learn more Student Resources SDG Book Club SDG Book Club | Archive SDG Media Zone Why the SDGs Matter Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index At UN conference, countries adopt Cancun Declaration, ramping up efforts to protect world’s biodiversity At UN conference, countries adopt Cancun Declaration, ramping up efforts to protect world’s biodiversity View Larger Image More than 190 countries at a major United Nations Conference in Mexico have pledged to step up efforts to integrate biodiversity into the policies of their forests, fisheries, tourism and agriculture sectors. On 3 December, countries adopted the Cancun Declaration , named after the Mexican city where the 13 th meeting of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) is being held. The Declaration represents an unprecedented recognition from the international community that biodiversity protection must involve different governmental and economic sectors and not just environment ministries. “The Cancun Declaration, and the powerful commitments made here at the High Level Segment send a strong signal that countries are ready to achieve the Aichi Targets ,” said Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias, Executive Secretary of the CBD, referring to the 20 biodiversity targets that Parties to the CBD are meant to achieve by 2020.
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