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GAP ANALYSIS FOR THE PURPOSE OF FACILITATING THE DISCUSSIONS ON HOW TO IMPROVE AND STRENGTHEN THE SCIENCE-POLICY INTERFACE ON BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
UNEP/IPBES/2/INF/1 3 List of Annexes SUMMARIES OF KEY RELATED PROCESSES A International Mechanism of Scientific Expertise on Biodiversity consultative process B Millennium Ecosystem Assessment follow-up process C The Assessment of Assessments and the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the state of the Marine Environment D Increasing coherence within the UN and environmental governance BACKGROUND MATERIAL ON THE DESCRIPTION OF THE INSTITUTIONAL LANDSCAPE E Summary table on the scientific advisory bodies and processes of the Rio conventions F Summary table on the scientific advisory bodies and processes of the global biodiversity-related conventions G Summary descriptions of the scientific advisory bodies and processes for the global biodiversity- related conventions and Rio conventions H Examples of the involvement of selected intergovernment organizations in science-policy interface I Examples of coordination mechanisms and their components relevant to the science-policy interface J Examples of other organizations involved in science-policy interface and referred to in the text BACKGROUND MATERIAL FOR ANALYSES K Review of the role of local knowledge in science-policy interfaces relevant to biodiversity L Overview of a range of indicator processes for the global biodiversity-related agreements and other related agreements and programmes M The experience of indicators at the regional level – SEBI2010 N Strengthening the linkages between biodiversity indicators at global and national scales O International expert workshop on the 2010 Biodiversity Indicators and Post-2010 Indicator Development (6-8 July 2009) P Areas of overlap of various indicator process with the CBD biodiversity indicator framework Q Review of assessments and their role in the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and ecosystem services R Examples of horizon scanning and futures techniques for providing early warnings on emerging issues of concern S Review of capacity fundamental to the science-policy interface through National Capacity Self Assessments T Invasive Alien Species U National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans V Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Developing Countries (REDD) W Fisheries Management and Biodiversity OTHER MATERIAL X List of acronyms and abbreviations UNEP/IPBES/2/INF/1 4 A. (...) Island Press. 7 Agreed in April 2002 by the Parties to the CBD and subsequently endorsed at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg and incorporated as a target under the Millennium Development Goals. 8 Information on the process, and copies of all reports and submissions, can be found at www.imoseb.net 9 Their final report can be found at www.imoseb.net/international_steering_committee_2 10 See: Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. 2003.
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SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION ON THE PRIORITIZATION OF REQUESTS, INPUTS AND SUGGESTIONS PUT TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL SCIENCE-POLICY PLATFORM ON BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
Therefore, It is urgent to assess the progress towards 2020 Targets, identify gaps and take following actions CBD requested the parties to assess the progress towards 2020 Targets in the fifth national report to CBD, therefore it is a obligation of each party of CBD. (...) With regard to the requested assessment, the series of GBOs conducted by CBD should be referred to as previous works. If IPBES were not to take the lead to conduct such an assessment and CBD were to conduct GBO5, there could be unnecessary overlap in their efforts. (...) Wide range of available data and info. The CBD has accumulated knowledge of conducting GBO.
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GE.03-64479 UN
Representatives from Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and to the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) were included among the participants, based on nominations from the secretariats of the CBD and the UNCCD. (...) Presentations were made by representatives from the CBD, the UNCCD and the Convention on Wetlands (Ramsar, Iran, 1971; hereinafter referred to as the Ramsar Convention). 9. (...) The ecosystem approach of the CBD is also relevant for desertification. 27.
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Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Meetings & Events / The Second ICAO Air Cargo Development Forum / Accommodations Home Programme Speeches Presentations Speakers Outcome Event Guide Registration Information Online Registration Administrative Arrangements Visa Information Accommodations Currently selected Travel Information Local Tour (new) Vendor/Sponsor Media Accreditation Contact us Accommodations   Resume ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Page Content ​ Below is a list of hotels with special rates available to participants of this event. (...) JW Marriott Hotel Zhengzhou (Five Stars) 3-minute walk from the venue Qianxi Square (Millennium Royal Plaza), No.2 Central Business District (CBD), Jinshui District, Zhengzhou, Henan     www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/cgojw-jw-marriott-hotel-zhengzhou/​ Standard Single  : CNY ¥700 Standard Double: CNY ¥750 Executive Single: CNY ¥950 Executive Double: CNY ¥1,000 Suite: CNY ¥1,500 Currency exchange service available.   2. Novotel Convention Center Zhengzhou Hotel (Four Stars) 25-minute walk from the venue Block 17A Graham Building, Outer Ring Road, Central Business District (CBD), Jinshui District, Zhengzhou, Henan www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-8258-novotel-zhengzhou-convention-centre/index.shtml​ Superior Single : CNY ¥558 Superior Double: CNY ¥558 Currency exchange service available.   3.
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ENHANCED SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION AND KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE BETWEEN THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AND THE SCIENTIFIC SUBSIDIARY BODIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY, THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL ADVISORY PANEL OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY AND RELEVANT SPECIALIZED AGENCIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
It includes information on cooperation with UNFCCC and CBD on the refinement of impact indicators. II. (...) The secretariat’s work in support of the CST was guided by its own expected accomplishments, which are supporting the expected accomplishments of the CST, as follows: (a) The secretariat effectively supports the CST in establishing modalities for cooperation with the scientific subsidiary bodies of the UNFCCC and the CBD; (b) The secretariat effectively supports the CST in addressing interlinkages between the agenda of the CST and the agendas of other organizations and bodies relating to interactions between climate change adaptation, drought mitigation and the restoration of degraded lands.4 12. (...) Towards that aim, the memorandum of understanding between the UNCCD and the CBD that has been developed in the past year contains provisions relating to the identification of common indicators between The Strategy and the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, including the 20 Aichi targets, of the CBD.
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SYNERGY AMONG MULTILATERAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIONAL ADAPTATION PROGRAMMES OF ACTION : TECHNICAL PAPER
The UNCCD NAP process...................................................... 9 5 C. The CBD NBSAP process ...................................................... 10–11 6 IV. (...) Indeed, FCCC/TP/2005/3 Page 6 implementation of the NAP is guided by the principle of ensuring coordination with national action plans under the CBD and UNFCCC, as well as with GEAP II (d) In the NAP developed by Lao People’s Democratic Republic, links are made between desertification, biodiversity and climate change, recognizing the need to address these together, as they are related. (...) In a technical paper entitled “Inter-linkages between Biological Diversity and Climate Change”, the CBD secretariat details the complementarity between the goals of the Rio Conventions, especially because climate change could contribute to biodiversity loss, and one of the obligations under the CBD is to identify and address such threats.
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CLEARING-HOUSE MECHANISM FOR TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION
Distr. GENERAL UNEP/CBD/COP/1/8 4 October 1994 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY First meeting Nassau, 28 November - 9 December 1994 Item 6.4 of the provisional agenda CLEARING-HOUSE MECHANISM FOR TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION Note by the Interim Secretariat 1. (...) In preparing this item for consideration by the first meeting of the Conference of the Parties, the second session of the Intergovernmental Committee had before it on this subject a note by the Interim Secretariat as well as recommendations of the Open-ended Intergovernmental Meeting of Scientific Experts on Biological Diversity (UNEP/CBD/IC/2/11). On the basis of these, the Committee suggested a number of guidelines for the establishment of a clearing-house mechanism under the Convention presented in the report of its second session (UNEP/CBD/COP/1/4, sect. 4.1.4, paras. 125-133). 3. (...) . /.../... UNEP/CBD/COP/1/8 Page 5 5. CONCLUSION 16. The meeting is invited to consider the above proposals and: (a) To decide on the policy that would guide further work towards establishing the clearing-house mechanism; (b) To authorize the further work outlined to be undertaken by the Secretariat in 1995; (c) To advise on the financing possibilities for a pilot phase operation. -----
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE EXPERT GROUP ON TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FOR 2005 : NOTE / BY THE CHAIR OF THE EXPERT GROUP ON TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
At the seminar on technologies for adaptation held in Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago, in June 2005 a representative of the secretariat of the CBD was invited to present technology transfer activities under the CBD, including possible collaboration between the EGTT and the CBD expert group on technology transfer and technological and scientific cooperation. The EGTT took note of relevant activities undertaken within the CBD process and agreed to continue to exchange information on ongoing activities of the expert groups of both conventions with a view to determining possible areas for further collaboration. (...) The EGTT, at its eighth meeting, noted the information provided by the secretariat with regard to the organization of an informal joint meeting by Environment Canada in cooperation with the secretariats of the CBD and the UNFCCC, in conjunction with the twenty-third session of the SBSTA and the eleventh session of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice of the CBD.
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A number of delegations welcomed the WTO Secretariat’s efforts to support the use of the Paragraph 6 System through its specialized capacity building activities and the Illustrative Guide to notifying under the Paragraph 6 System .   (...) A number of members also reiterated their position that a  proposed 2011 decision  to enhance mutual supportiveness between the TRIPS Agreement and the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) should be the basis of further discussions. Their suggestions that the CBD Secretariat be invited to brief WTO members on developments regarding the convention and that earlier Secretariat summary notes on the review under Article 27.3(b), the relationship between TRIPS and the CBD, and on the protection of traditional knowledge and folklore (the “triplets”) be updated did not garner full support of the membership.
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A number of delegations welcomed the WTO Secretariat’s efforts to support the use of the Paragraph 6 System through its specialized capacity building activities and the Illustrative Guide to notifying under the Paragraph 6 System .   (...) A number of members also reiterated their position that a  proposed 2011 decision  to enhance mutual supportiveness between the TRIPS Agreement and the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) should be the basis of further discussions. Their suggestions that the CBD Secretariat be invited to brief WTO members on developments regarding the convention and that earlier Secretariat summary notes on the review under Article 27.3(b), the relationship between TRIPS and the CBD, and on the protection of traditional knowledge and folklore (the “triplets”) be updated did not garner full support of the membership.
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