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Impact Global Citizens Resources News and Events Youth Guides Challenge Badges YUNGA Labs Take the Biodiversity Challenge: the impact of your food choices on the environment Did you know that what you buy, how you prepare and eat your food, and how you dispose of waste has a big impact on the environment, including the animals, plants and microorganisms living on the planet? (...) Check social media: #biodiversity, #environmentaleducation @GYBN_CBD, @UNBiodiversity Date:   September 2022  Target audience: 8-12 years old Lab Lead: Chantal Robichaud, Secretariat for the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD) Sparked your interest? Don’t wait – ask your teacher or group leader to register your school class, youth group or association by sending a mail to  [email protected]  and we will give you all the information you need.
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Score: 1195441.7 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/reso...alabs/biodiversityyungalab/en/
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PREPARATION OF THE PARTICIPATION OF THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY IN THE THIRD SESSION OF THE COMMISSION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Na.94-6227 081094 /... UNEP/CBD/COP/1/12 Page 2 5. By 15 August two written contributions from Governments had been received by the Interim Secretariat. (...) The Commission fulfils an oversight function with respect to the implementation of Agenda 21, whilst the Conference of the Parties adopts decisions within /... UNEP/CBD/COP/1/12 Page 3 a legally binding framework. (...) This session of the Commission may be seen as an opportunity to advance the global consensus /... UNEP/CBD/COP/1/12 Page 5 reflected in the Statement of Forest Principles towards a legally-binding international agreement on forest management.
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Score: 1194889.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=UNEP/CBD/COP/1/12&Lang=E
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WORKSHOP ON THE TERMS OF REFERENCE AND AN AGENDA FOR ORK RELATING TO AFFORESTATION AND REFORESTATION ACTIVITIES UNDER THE CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM IN THE 1ST COMMITMENT PERIOD : NOTE / BY THE CHAIRMAN
He also called attention to the report currently being developed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on linkages between biodiversity and climate change, and to the work being developed by the Ad Hoc Technical Expert Group on Biodiversity and Climate Change of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). 10. Several presentations were given at the workshop. (...) Participants generally acknowledged the need to take into consideration information available from other international processes, such as the technical paper on the relation between biodiversity and climate change being developed in the context of the CBD. 15. In relation to definitions, participants acknowledged progress made in this regard during past sessions of the SBSTA and included in decision 11/CP.7. (...) The Chairman encouraged the secretariat to contact the CBD, the IPCC and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and to explore the possibility of having side events during SBSTA and COP sessions on activities undertaken by each body which are relevant to the work being undertaken by the SBSTA relating to afforestation and reforestation project activities under the CDM.
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Score: 1191042.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2002/4&Lang=E
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Canada hosted and participated in a CBD Expert Workshop on Marine Protected Areas and Other Effective Area-based Conservation Measures for achieving Aichi Biodiversity Target 11 in Marine and Coastal Areas in Montreal (February 6-9, 2018) and participated in a CBD Expert Workshop to Identify Options for Modifying the Description of Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas and Describing New Areas in Brussels (February 3-5, 2020). The CBD has, through regional workshops, described areas that meet the criteria for EBSAs in most of the world’s ocean areas beyond national jurisdiction, as well as areas located in some domestic waters. In accordance with CBD guidance, Canada have also developed national processes to describe EBSAs.
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Score: 1190514.3 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/bfw/Canada_2022.pdf
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Towards a gender-responsive implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity | UN Women – Headquarters Skip to main content English Español Français Who We Are Who we are - About us About us About UN Women Executive leadership Worldwide presence Guiding documents Who we are - Leadership Leadership Accountability Governance structure Executive Board Who we are - Work with us Work with us Employment Procurement Calls for proposals Contact us Image Executive Director What We Do What we do - Focus area Focus areas Ending violence against women Peace and security Humanitarian action Leadership and governance Economic empowerment Innovation and technology Women with disabilities Youth HIV and AIDS What we do - How we work How we work 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Commission on the Status of Women Intergovernmental support Partnerships UN system coordination Gender parity in the UN system Research and data Training Centre Image UN Women Strategic Plan 2022-2025 News and Stories News and Stories - Latest Latest News Editorial series In focus News and Stories - Media center Media center Press releases Media contacts Image Expert’s take: Gender equality is critical for Afghanistan’s future, long-term development, and sustained peace Image Addressing the digital gender divide in Africa through the African Girls Can Code Initiative Resources Resources - Resources Resources Publications Annual report Resources - Column 2 GenderTerm Reprint permissions Image Annual report Learn the facts: Rural women and girls close search Open Search Search Donate English Español Français Open Menu Breadcrumb Home Publications Image Towards a gender-responsive implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity Publication year: 2018 Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to E-mail Biological diversity, or biodiversity, is the term given to the variety of life on earth and the natural patterns it forms. (...) Hence, addressing the existing gender inequalities that restrict women’s rights and access to and control over biodiversity and natural resources is essential for a gender-responsive implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). This paper first sets the context by presenting the gender dimensions of biodiversity conservation and the global norms on gender equality and natural resource management. It then outlines key mandates for the integration of a gender perspective in biodiversity conservation and identifies main entry points for strengthening gender considerations in decisions of the Parties to the CBD and in the implementation of the Convention, as well as in the future work of the Parties and other stakeholders.
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Score: 1187796.6 - https://www.unwomen.org/en/dig...ention-on-biological-diversity
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The CBD Secretariat is the CPF focal point on forest biological diversity. Furthermore, the CBD supports several of the UNFF elements, in particular Traditional Forest Related Knowledge (TFRK), an issue for which the CBD Secretariat also serves as a CPF focal agency. (...) It entered into force in 1996 and its guiding principles are participation, partnership and decentralization. 
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Score: 1186623.1 - https://www.fao.org/collaborat...tnership-on-forests/members/en
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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: 1186307.6 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/2...7d10bac7fe7d45d3fefc8531b3.pdf
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INFORMATION ON THE SCOPING PROCESS FOR THE GLOBAL ASSESSMENT OF BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES (DELIVERABLE 2 (C))
The first day of the scoping meeting focused on introducing all experts to IPBES, its conceptual framework, guides, tools, task forces, and the assessment process. (...) The second day included a few more presentations on the IPBES tools and guides but a majority of the day was spent in breakout groups discussing chapter outlines and content. (...) The conceptual framework for the Platform (decision IPBES-2/4, annex), the guide for assessments developed for deliverable 2 (a) (see IPBES/3/INF/4), and the methodological assessments, will facilitate coherence across all the Platform’s assessment processes.
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PROMOTION AND STRENGTHENING OF RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER RELEVANT CONVENTIONS AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
The strategies and actions presented in these Action Guides are evidence-based, proven to be effective, and can be adapted in a variety of diverse settings. (...) Collectively, the Action Guide series offers a systems perspective to guide regenerative 2 . (...) For instance, our active involvement in Flotilla led to collaboration with the CBD’s Global Biodiversity Youth Network in publicizing the youth webinars.
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Score: 1185293.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=ICCD/COP(15)/4&Lang=E
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Pour lire les fichiers pdf, consultez le guide. N.B. Il est conseillé de télécharger ces documents au lieu de les visionner avec le navigateur, sinon leur format (par ex. la numérotation des paragraphes) risque d'être altéré. Trading Away Our Oceans — Why Trade Liberalization of fisheries must be abandoned ( uniquement en anglais — disponible sous forme électronique) Genetic Engineering and the WTO: an Analysis of the Report in the “EC-Biotech” Case ( uniquement en anglais — disponible sous forme électronique) Deadly Subsidies — How government funds are killing oceans and forests and why the CBD rather than the WTO should stop this perverse use of public money ( uniquement en anglais — disponible sous forme électronique) Is the WTO the only way?
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Score: 1184101.4 - https://www.wto.org/french/forums_f/ngo_f/posp66_f.htm
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