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REVIEW OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE PROMOTION AND STRENGTHENING OF RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER RELEVANT CONVENTIONS AND RELEVANT INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) . . . . . 3 - 17 2 B. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 - 28 9 C. (...) Following the decision of the fifth session of the Conference of the Parties to the CBD on the elaboration of a joint work programme between the UNCCD and the CBD, consultations on the development of the joint work programme were further developed. The UNCCD and the CBD secretariats constituted a contact group specifically conceived for addressing this issue.
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Score: 1214591.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=ICCD/COP(5)/6&Lang=E
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MONITORING THE CONTRIBUTION OF SUSTAINABLE LAND USE AND MANAGEMENT TO CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION/MITIGATION AND TO SAFEGUARDING BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEMS SERVICES
This SPI objective searched for scientific evidence for the currently prevailing notion that SLM contributes to the commitments of the UNFCCC (adaptation and mitigation) (UNFCCC, 1992), to the strategic goals of the CBD (safeguarding biodiversity and ecosystem services) and associated Aichi Biodiversity Targets (CBD, 2012). (...) Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, In press. CBD (Convention on Biological Diversity). 2012. (...) CBD, UNCCD (United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification), UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change). 2012.
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Score: 1213080.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ICCD/COP(12)/CST/INF.1&Lang=E
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Montreal, 12 July 2021  – The UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Secretariat today released the first official draft of a new Global Biodiversity Framework to guide actions worldwide through 2030 to preserve and protect nature and its essential services to people. (...) More than two years in development, the Framework will undergo further refinement during online negotiations in late summer before being presented for consideration at CBD’s next meeting of its 196 parties at COP-15 (fifteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the CBD), scheduled for Kunming, China 11-24 October. (...) Global Biodiversity Framework Convention on Biological Diversity:  cbd.int Twitter: @UNBiodiversity Facebook:  facebook.com/UNBiodiversity LinkedIn:  linkedin.com/company/unbiodiversity The Convention on Biological Diversity  (CBD) Opened for signature at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, and entering into force in December 1993, the Convention on Biological Diversity is an international treaty for the conservation of biodiversity, the sustainable use of the components of biodiversity and the equitable sharing of the benefits derived from the use of genetic resources.
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Score: 1208115.7 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...tailed-draft-agreement-debuts/
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COMPILATION OF THE CAPACITY-BUILDING NEEDS ON THE BASIS OF INPUT BY GOVERNMENT
Also included in this section is input from the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) contained within the document on collaboration with the Platform2 which provided the basis for negotiation on the issue at the 11thmeeting of the CBD Conference of the Parties (COP-11) held in October 2012 (noting in particular paragraphs 20-23 and Annex I to the paper). 3. (...) Some of the MEAs have experience of this sort of approach, such as building collaboration between CBD Clearing House Mechanism focal points under the CBD, or the network of CITES authorities. 26. (...) IPBES/1/INF/10 13 12-64749 Convention Sources of information Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) 4th national reports; UNEP/CBD/COP/11/19/Add.1 Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Biennial reports; CoP15 Inf.43; Standing Committee documents (e.g.
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On 23 April 2018, the Applicant joined CBD as the Head of Administrative, Finance, and Conference Services Division. The Applicant directly reported to the Executive Secretary of CBD. 4. On 14 January 2019, the Applicant was interviewed by the fact-finding panel established as part of an investigation of allegations of harassment and abuse of authority made by another CBD staff member against the Executive Secretary of CBD. (...) On the same day (17 October 2019), the Executive Secretary of CBD resigned from CBD effective 30 November 2019. 15.
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Score: 1205386.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-049.pdf
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Djoghlaf to succeed the then-Executive Secretary of the CBD Mr. Zedan, in January 2006. Mr. Djoghlaf and Mr. (...) Djoghlaf started harassing him when he “refused to introduce changes in an official United Nations document after it was consensually adopted by the Parties to the CBD.” In particular, the Applicant asserts that Mr. (...) Elmi concluded in a report dated 28 August 2008 that the crux of the problem in CBD was the “conflict” between Mr. Djoghlaf and three staff members, including the Applicant.
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Score: 1204649.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-409.pdf
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REPORT OF THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL COMMITTEE ON THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY ON THE WORK OF ITS SECOND SESSION
UNEP/CBD/COP/1/4 Page 3 4.3.3 Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice: functions, terms of reference, organization and operation 286-297 5. (...) CLOSURE OF THE SESSION 320-330 /... UNEP/CBD/COP/1/4 Page 4 1. OPENING OF THE SESSION 1. (...) Sanchez (Chile) /... UNEP/CBD/COP/1/4 Page 12 Vice-Chairpersons: Mr. V. Koester (Denmark) Mr.
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BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES-NET WEB PORTAL: DRAFT STRATEGY FOR DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
This has included discussion in side-events in Hyderabad (CBD COP-11), Jeju (IUCN World Conservation Congress), Panama and Bonn (IPBES). (...) The themes will be selected in consultation with stakeholders to contribute to pressing priorities and debates, helping to improve the management of biodiversity and ecosystems, guided by these agreements. It is proposed that the BES-Net web portal operate from 2014-2020, during the period of implementation of the CBD’s Strategic Plan and the Aichi Biodiversity Targets (see Annex 3), and working towards the UNCCD’s 2020 Target of Zero Net Land Degradation, which aims to secure the contribution of our planet‟s land and soil to sustainable development, including food security and poverty eradication. (...) The subject was discussed at the 11 th Conference of the Parties to the CBD, leading to Decision X1/16 18 and the Hyderabad Call for a Concerted Effort on Ecosystem Restoration.
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. • Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD, 1992) details the principles governing the conservation of biological diversity, the sustainable use of its components and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the use of genetic resources. • United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC, 1992) aims to stabilize greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere, and the Kyoto Protocol to the UNFCCC (1997) provides for mechanisms allowing countries to offset greenhouse gas emissions through afforestation, reforestation and forest management activities. • United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD, 1994) recognizes the delicate balancing needed to achieve sustainable livelihoods and sustainable natural resource management in fragile arid and semi-arid ecosystems through integrated land-use approaches concorded with major stakeholders. • International Tropical Timber Agreement (ITTO, 1994) provides a framework for sustainable tropical forest management, market transparency, non-discriminatory world timber trade and associated social and environmental considerations. • Rotterdam Convention on the Prior Informed Consent Procedure for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in International Trade (United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and FAO, 1998) promotes shared responsibility and cooperation in order to discipline international trade in hazardous chemicals and pesticides. • Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (CBD, 2000) promotes biosafety through practical rules and procedures for the safe transfer, handling and use of genetically modified organisms, with a specific focus on regulating their movement between countries. • International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (FAO, 2006) provides standards for the conservation and sustainable use of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits derived from their use for sustainable agriculture and food security, in harmony with the Convention on Biological Diversity. International, non-binding agreements that directly impact planted forest investments and management, in chronological order: • International Code of Conduct on the Distribution and Use of Pesticides (FAO, 1985, revised 2002) is a voluntary global framework that provides guidance on all aspects of pesticide management. • Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, including Chapter II, Agenda 21 and Annex I, details principles to guide states in balancing environmental and developmental considerations in policies and actions; Annex III details the non-binding statement of ‘The Forest Principles’ for a global consensus on the management, conservation and sustainable development of all types of forests, both natural and planted (United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), Agenda 21, 1992). (...) The guidelines may also be used to revise existing national or subnational guides, codes of practice and other forest systems that apply to planted forests.
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Score: 1201431.25 - https://www.fao.org/3/j9256e/J9256E04.htm
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Moreover, and with the view to get a report at its Ninth session, the Governing Body requested the Secretary to continue following the discussions on “digital sequence information” in other fora and to continue coordinating with the Secretariats of the CBD and the CGRFA in any related activities in order to ensure coherence and avoid duplication of efforts. (...) The MYPoW will be reviewed and updated at each session, as needed, based on the decisions of the Governing Body.     9 th Session (2021) 10 th Session (2023) 11 th Session (2025)   Conservation and Sustainable Use of PGRFA (Art 5&6) Review the decisions taken at the Eighth Session  Farmers’ Rights (Art 9) Review of the decisions taken at the Eighth Session on Article 9 Review options for encouraging, guiding and promoting the realization of Farmers´ Rights Multilateral System (Art 10-13) Review report of the 4th project cycle of the Benefit-sharing Fund Presentation of a report on availability of material   Global Information System (Art 17) Review of the Programme of Work on the Global Information System (2016-2022) Consideration of Programme of Work on the Global Information System (2023-xxxx) Report on the implementation of the PoW on GLIS Funding Strategy (Art 18) Review of the Funding Strategy Compliance (Art 21) & National Reporting Presentation of Outlook Report on the Implementation of the International Treaty on PGRFA Review of the analysis of 2nd national reports Other Items Stock taking of SDG Goals 2 & 15 related to PGRFA Contribution to Third State of the World’s PGRFA Consideration of inputs for the Post-2020 Biodiversity Framework Consideration of the status of the science-based process on ‘DSI’ of the CBD, and the discussions of the CGRFA on ‘DSI’ in relation to PGRFA as decided at its 17th Regular Session Consideration of additional inputs from Contracting Parties on “digital sequence information” Consideration of updates by the Secretary on CBD and CGRFA processes on “digital sequence information” Presentation of Third State of the World’s PGRFAConsideration of potential implications of the use of “digital sequence information” on PGRFA for the objectives of the International Treaty Поделитесь ссылкой на эту страницу Связь с нами Положения и условия Опасайтесь мошенников  Сообщить о нарушении Трудоустройство Закупки Руководящие органы Канцелярия Генерального инспектора Управление по оценке Управление по правовым вопросам Управление по этике Департаменты и отделения ФАО Региональное представительство в Африке Региональное представительство в Азии и Тихом океане Региональное представительство в Европе и Центральной Азии Региональное представительство в Латинской Америке и Карибском бассейне Региональное представительство на Ближнем Востоке и в Северной Африке Страновые отделения X Следите за нашими новостями:                                    Загрузите наше приложение © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1200413.5 - https://www.fao.org/plant-treaty/overview/mypow/ru/
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