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SYNTHESIS OF INFORMATION CONTAINED IN NATIONAL REPORTS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION
Distr. CBD CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY GENERAL UNEP/CBD/COP/4/11 2 April 1998 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Fourth meeting Bratislava, 4-15 May 1998 Item 11 of the provisional agenda* For reasons of economy, this document is printed in a limited number. (...) Article 26 of the Convention requires that each Contracting Party shall, "at intervals to be determined by the Conference of the Parties, present to the Conference of the Parties reports on measures which it has taken for the implementation of the provisions of this Convention and their effectiveness in meeting the objectives of this Convention". * UNEP/CBD/COP/4/1. Na.98-2366 080498 /... UNEP/CBD/COP/4/11 Page 2 2. (...) UNEP/CBD/COP/4/11 Page 11 guidelines for the preparation of national reports", distributed at the third meeting of SBSTTA (document UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/3/Inf.16).
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ACTIVITIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME AS AN IMPLEMENTING AGENCY OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY : NOTE / BY THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Operational criteria guiding the submissions of UNEP/GEF activities 8. (...) • The Global Biodiversity Forum is also overseen by the staff member in DEPI, funded by GEF, and provides a forum by which civil society and other actors can engage in CBD related issues. A similar forum with Indigenous Peoples is under development. (...) The role and responsibilities of UNEP’s entities on GEF related issues have been initially guided by the Modus Operandi for the management of UNEP’s GEF work progranmme.
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PROMOTING AND STRENGTHENING RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER RELEVANT CONVENTIONS AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
The secretariat contributed to the background documents for three decisions taken at Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) COP 13, held in December 2016 in Cancun, Mexico. (...) Subsequent to the meeting, the secretariat established a formal inter-agency advisory group, composed of the UNCCD, CBD, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), FAO, the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) and the United Nations Statistics Division, to guide the work of an international team of experts in the form of a Research Collaboration Agreement with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation with funding from the World Bank and the Government of Spain. 7. (...) Consultations with the GEF show that joint capacity-building under the GEF is possible, but only where such demand is identified and requested by Parties. The CBD, UNCCD and UNFCCC gender focal points hold virtual consultative meetings every month to consult and share information.
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Score: 1179878.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=ICCD/COP(13)/6&Lang=E
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PROGRESS REPORT ON THE UNITED NATIONS COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP ARRANGEMENT FOR THE WORK OF THE PLATFORM AND ITS SECRETARIAT
In particular, UNEP is providing specific support to deliverable 3(d) scoping and preliminary guide for the methodological assessment on values. (...) Governments and stakeholder organizations participated in informal consultations on the idea of the capacity network at side-events in Hyderabad (CBD COP-11), Jeju (IUCN World Conservation Congress), Panama, Bonn and Antalya (IPBES), as well as the Kuala Lumpur informal capacity building consultation and in Pyeongchang (CBD COP-12). (...) In addition, UNDP contributed to an IPBES side event at the CBD COP-12 to provide an update on BES-Net. Informal consultations were conducted also with UNESCO on potential collaborations on the BES-Net portal.
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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: 1178391.8 - https://www.fao.org/collaborat...tnership-on-forests/members/en
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ADDRESSING THE FAIR AND EQUITABLE SHARING OF THE BENEFITS ARISING OUT OF GENETIC RESOURCES: OPTIONS FOR ASSISTANCE TO DEVELOPING COUNTRY PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
Distr. CBD CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY GENERAL UNEP/CBD/COP/4/22 9 February 1998 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Fourth meeting Bratislava, 4-15 May 1998 Item 16.2 of the provisional agenda* For reasons of economy, this document is printed in a limited number. (...) A synthesis of the findings of case-studies received is contained in document UNEP/CBD/COP/4/Inf.7. C. Assistance to developing country Parties 7. (...) Local communities who are keepers of the genetic /... UNEP/CBD/COP/4/22 Page 12 resources or have specific knowledge concerning their use, may be the primary beneficiaries.
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COLLABORATION AND SYNERGIES AMONG RIO CONVENTIONS FOR THE IMPLEMEN?TATION OF THE UNCCD : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
At the fourth session of the Conference of the Parties to the CBD, the Parties, by decision IV/2, instructed the CBD secretariat to improve synergies in regards to information exchange with other biodiversity-related conventions and ongoing international information initiatives, and to contribute to the harmonization of the information management of other treaties, and to continue to discuss the possibilities of joint and harmonized approaches with the UNFCCC and UNCCD. Moreover, in its decision IV/7, the Conference underscored that collaboration should be strengthened with UNFCCC and UNCCD in order to advance the effective implementation of CBD. Finally, decision IV/15 reaffirmed the importance of mutually supportive activities under the CBD and activities under other conventions, processes and institutions relevant to the achievement of the Convention's objectives, while avoiding unnecessary duplication of effort. 6. (...) Initial communication has been started among secretariats to enhance linkages between the subsidiary bodies of the conventions: the CBD Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (CBD/SBSTTA), the UNFCCC Subsidiary Body on Scientific and Technological Advice (UNFCCC/SBSTA) and the UNCCD Committee on Science and Technology (UNCCD/CST).
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PROGRESS REPORT ON THE UNITED NATIONS COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP ARRANGEMENT
IPBES Work Programme Deliverable 2(a): The United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) continues to provide technical and administrative support relating to development of the guide on production and integration of assessments from and across all scales, and to support capacity-building activities relating to the guide. (...) To globally coordinate necessary local, national and international actions identified in decision XIII/13 of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), which supports efforts to address the findings of the IPBES assessment, CBD has requested FAO and CBD Secretariat to develop an updated and streamlined plan of action of the International Initiative on the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Pollinators (FAO-IPI). (...) In doing so the United Nations Environment Programme is responding both to direction provided by the United Nations Environment Assembly in decision 2/17 and to CBD COP decision XIII/24 on cooperation with other conventions and international organizations.
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IWC is mandated, on many issues, to cooperate with other intergovernmental organisations including the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), the Regional Marine Fisheries Organisations (RFMOs), the Marine Council, UNEP, FAO and the biodiversity-related MEAs (CMS, CBD and CITES). The work of the Commission and its sub-groups has increasingly considered a wide range of issues that are also addressed by UNCLOS and included in the UN General Assembly resolution 69/245. (...) Ongoing research has led the IWC to develop principles and guidelines for whalewatching which have helped guide the development of whalewatching regulations around the world. (...) The IWC participated in the CBD workshop on EBSAs in the North West Indian Ocean Region and notes that marine mammals are significant in all of the EBSAs proposed.
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Score: 1175695.1 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/g...ns_2015_2/IWC_Contribution.pdf
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OUTLINE Biodiversity, Water and CitiesBiodiversity, Water and Cities Outcomes of CBD COPOutcomes of CBD COP--1010 David CoatesDavid Coates Secretariat, Convention on Biological DiversitySecretariat, Convention on Biological Diversity Overview of the presentation: • Some conclusions re. the review of biodiversity and water underpinning outcomes CBD COP-10: – The importance of water (not covered in detail here – you know already!) (...) Ramsar Convention Rio Conventions- CBD, UNFCCC, UNCCD water use biodiversity Tough Luck 19th – 20th Century perspective water use Biodiversity Ecosystem Services 21st Century ? (...) CLIMATE CHANGE Changes in water availability 2050 (compared to 1961-1990) Using natural infrastructure for sustainable water supplies for cities: Outcomes of CBD COP-10 CBD COP-10: CBD COP-10recognition of the roles of sub-national and local governments Plan of Action on Sub-national Gvts, cities and local authorities 2011-2020 Ramsar Convention Summary
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Score: 1175436.1 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...0/pdf/keynote_david_coates.pdf
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