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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2005/04/20 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF COSTA RICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
This is a short summary of the processes and procedures, and of the main findings and recommendations for both the UNFF and the CBD. Interested people are encouraged to read the full proceedings report. (...) I8/2OOS/I 6 Orientation Programme After the inaugural programme, Mr Tamang and Ms Colop guided the meeting into the orientation programme, where a range of presenters provided participants with background information on the United Nations Forum on Forests (UNFF) and theconvention on Biological Diversity (CBD). (...) Each group was mandated to compile recommendations to the UNFF, to the CBD, to national governmmts in their regions and to other processes or agencies as they saw fit.
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A COMPREHENSIVE BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOR THE UK : IMPROVING DATA ACCESS ACROSS GOVERNMENT : NOTE / BY OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS OF UNITED-KINGDOM
The Solution: The Comprehensive Business Directory (CBD) What is the CBD? 8. The conclusions from the BIIG study have been taken forward as a central facility, termed the Comprehensive Business Directory (CBD). (...) For this reason it is imperative that the CBD is recognised as a beacon project and that the CBD team should work closely with the key initiatives. 22. (...) This will establish a map of all processes across government with aid from the deliverables of the IAR, GUIDE and CBD projects. Conclusion 23. The CBD will be a pioneering development in the sharing of data across Government.
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ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL RESOURCES
Distr. GENERAL UNEP/CBD/COP/4/17 2 February 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 Item 14.4 of the provisional agenda* For reasons of economy, this document is printed in a limited number. (...) Paragraph 3 states: "The developed country Parties may also provide, and developing country Parties avail themselves of, financial resources related to the implementation of this Convention through bilateral, regional and other multilateral channels". * UNEP/CBD/COP/4/1 Na.98-2303 150498 /... UNEP/CBD/COP/4/17 Page 2 2. (...) Other documents before this meeting of the Conference of the Parties will /... UNEP/CBD/COP/4/17 Page 7 further explore the possibilities of involving the private sector in the implementation of certain areas of the Convention, including the clearing-house mechanism (UNEP/CBD/COP/4/8), benefit-sharing (UNEP/CBD/COP/4/21 and UNEP/CBD/COP/4/22) and incentive measures (UNEP/CBD/COP/4/18).
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Invasive species: impacts on forests and forestry English FAO Home Forestry Forest invasive species Background information Introduction and spread Forest sector impacts Conflict species Pest management options Regional networks Forestry guide to ISPMs Country pest overviews Pest species profiles Invasive tree species database Prosopis spp. programme Workshops and meetings Publications FAO State of the World's Forests Working papers Unasylva Other Non-FAO Instruments and programmes Links Invasive species: impacts on forests and forestry send by email International and regional instruments and programmes Numerous international and regional instruments, binding and nonbinding, and programmes have been developed to deal with the problem of invasive species. (...) International Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety Cartagena Protocol Web site Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Invasive alien species and the CBD Article 8 (h) Guiding principles for the prevention, introduction and mitigation of impacts of invasive alien species Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) CMS Web site Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) CITES Web site Trade in alien species - 13 th meeting of the Conference of the Parties, Bangkok, Thailand), 2-14 October 2004 Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat (Ramsar Convention) Ramsar Convention Web site Resolution VII.14 COP-7 Invasive species and wetlands Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) FAO Priority Area for Inter-disciplinary Action - Biosecurity for agriculture and food production FAO Technical Consultation on Biological Risk Management in Food and Agriculture, Bangkok, Thailand, 13-17 January 2003 .
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Impatto Cittadini Globali Risorse Notizie e Eventi Guide Giovanili Brevetti YUNGA Risorse Esplora la gamma delle risorse di YUNGA in questa pagina! (...) Vedi  UNFCCC documents : specialmente " Beginner's guide to the convention " e " Climate Change Information Kit ".  (...) Mahiake et le gardien de la mangrove NY FIOMPIANA KARPA AN-TANIMBARY IZARASOA SY NY DINAN'ANDAVAKORANA The Shark Fin Soup The Smart Fish WOD 2016 Annual Report Infographics Addressing rural youth distress migration Volantino YUNGA EN  -  ES  -  FR  -  HI  -  IT  -  JP  -  RU Link Utili Formare la generazione #FameZero Giornata internazionale delle foreste 2017 CBD: Biodiversità per bambini CBD: L'onda verde Introduzione all'UNFCCC per bambini L'inviato per la gioventù dell'Ufficio Segretario generale UNEP: TUNZA UNEP: Passaporto verde Portale dell'educazione dell'UNESCO Portale per la gioventù dell'UNFCCC UNFPA: Sezione giovanile del UNFPA UN HABITAT per i giovani UNICEF: Voices of Youth WHO Bambini e Giovani Banca Mondiale: Youthink!
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Distr. CBD CONVEN
Distr. CBD CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY GENERAL UNEP/CBD/COP/4/14 2 April 1998 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Fourth meeting Bratislava, 4-15 May 1998 Item 13 of the provisional agenda* For reasons of economy, this document is printed in a limited number. (...) Consequently, consideration should be given to increasing its 1/ See decision III/2 and document UNEP/CBD/COP/3/3. /... UNEP/CBD/COP/4/14 Page 11 capacity and role. (...) Parties will recall documents UNEP/CBD/COP/3/29 and UNEP/CBD/COP/3/35, which outlined modalities of cooperation.
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PROGRESS REPORT ON THE UNITED NATIONS COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP ARRANGEMENT
This work is now complete, and the guide and the e-learning module are available on the IPBES website at www.ipbes.net/guide- production-assessments. 17. (...) To globally coordinate necessary local, national and international actions identified in CBD COP decision XIII/13, which supports efforts to address the findings of the IPBES assessment, FAO and the CBD secretariat had been requested to develop an updated and streamlined plan of action of the International Initiative on the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Pollinators. (...) At its 14th meeting, the CBD COP adopted the Plan of Action 2018-2030 for the International Initiative for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Pollinators.4 The CBD COP also invited FAO to facilitate the implementation of the Plan of Action, following the successful approach of the previous plan involving ministries of agriculture and environment at the national level. 21.
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COLLABORATION AND SYNERGIES AMONG RIO CONVENTIONS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNCCD : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
After reviewing the proposed programme of work, SBSTTA adopted a decision requesting the Conference of the Parties to the CBD to adopt a programme of work on this thematic area, to be developed jointly by the CBD and UNCCD secretariats. 6. (...) Consultations on the development of the joint work programme for presentation to the fifth session of the Conference of the Parties to the CBD started almost immediately after the completion of the fifth meeting of SBSTTA, and a text on “Possible Elements for a Joint Work Programme Between the CBD and UNCCD secretariats on Biological Diversity of Dry and Sub-humid Lands”, was finalized by the UNCCD and CBD secretariats. (...) Accordingly the UNCCD and CBD secretariats envisage involving major national stakeholders in the proceedings of these workshops.
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SELECTION OF A COMPETENT INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION TO CARRY OUT THE FUNCTIONS OF THE SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION
At its second session, the Intergovernmental Committee had before it a note on this matter prepared by the Interim Secretariat (UNEP/CBD/IC/2/6). The Committee was requested to consider: UNEP/CBD/COP/1/9 Page 2 Na.94-6213 071094 /... (...) Some views were expressed in relation to the matter of location of the secretariat to the Convention (see UNEP/CBD/COP/1/4, para. 119). However no specific recommendation was arrived at to forward to the first meeting of the Conference of the Parties. 18. (...) I have great pleasure in confirming the interest of UNEP in continuing to provide the Secretariat to the Convention, and I enclose herewith a proposal and offer based on the guidance provided by the Committee and according to the criteria outlined in document UNEP/CBD/IC/2/6. UNEP/CBD/COP/1/9 Page 7 /...
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Some members have proposed that the register would be expanded to include the other products coming under “GI extension”. “TRIPS and CBD” includes a proposal to amend the TRIPS Agreement so that patent applicants are required to disclose the country of origin of genetic resources and traditional knowledge used in the inventions, evidence that they received “prior informed consent” (a term used in the UN Biological Diversity Convention or CBD), and evidence of “fair and equitable” benefit sharing. (...) Notwithstanding my emphasis on the mandate of the TRIPS Special Session, most of the Members that participated in these consultations concentrated on linkages between the work of the Special Session, and TRIPS implementation issues (TRIPS/CBD and GI extension) outside the purview of this group, as well as with the wider post-Bali process. (...) Next : to be announced Jargon buster  •  CBD •  GIs •  modality, modalities •  Paragraph 6 system •  Special Sessions •  TRIPS > More jargon: glossary RSS news feeds > Problems viewing this page?
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