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Report of the eleventh Global Biodiversity Forum exploring synergy between the UN framework convention on climate change and the convention on biological diversity, Buenos Aires, Argentina by Global Biodiversity Forum (11th 1999 Buenos Aires, Argentina)

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Published by IUCN, the World Conservation Union in Gland, Switzerland .
Written in English


  • Biological diversity conservation -- Congresses.,
  • Climatic changes -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesGlobal Biodiversity Forum.
Statementedited by Brett M. Orlando, Lesley Smeardon ; convened by IUCN-the World Conservation Union ... [et al.] in collaboration the Secretariat of the Convention Biological Diversity.
ContributionsOrlando, Brett., Smeardon, Lesley.
LC ClassificationsQH75.A1 G57 1999, QH75.A1 G57 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination44 p. :
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18141854M
ISBN 102831704952
LC Control Number00272837

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In the s, the international community placed both biodiversity protection and trade liberalisation high on its agenda, resulting in the formation of global agreements and institutions, such as the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and the World Trade Organization (WTO). and review for the Post Global Biodiversity Framework will be convened February Further information on this consultation can be found here. The thematic consultation on capacity-building and technical and scientific cooperation for the post global biodiversity framework will be convened on 1 March , in the same venue. Review(s) of: Report of the Eleventh Global Biodiversity Forum: Exploring Synergy between the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Convention on Biological Diversity, by IUCN - The. The source of the book is the National Forum on BioDiversity, held in Washington, D.C., on September 21–24, , under the auspices of the National Academy of Sciences and Smithsonian Institution. The forum was notable for its large size and immediately perceived impact on the public.

Delivering presentations on the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity and linkages to global health issues at i) the UN China One Health Event, in June ; ii) the ICLEI Liveable Cities Forum in August iii) the Healthy by Nature Forum co-organised by British Colombia Parks/Healthy Families, in September and iv) Planet under Pressure.   A thin Arctic statement, and a thick worrying report The second week of May started with two important events: the release of a summary of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services’ (IPBES) Global Assessment on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services ; and the Eleventh Ministerial Meeting of the. annual report. the first SPREP Executive Board meeting convened in September, which enabled a streamlined meeting of subregional representation to decide important matters for , including the revised budget and the enhanced subregional presence of SPREP in the north Pacific. SPREP Members approved the new biennial arrangements in By Jens Martens, Global Policy Forum, on behalf of the Reflection Group on the Agenda for Sustainable Development When UN Member States adopted the Agenda, they signaled with the title Transforming our World that it should trigger fundamental changes in politics and society. With this Agenda governments committed to changing course and leaving the path of ‘business as usual’.

iisd reporting services (iisd rs), biosafety, summary of the simultaneous extraordinary cops to the basel, rotterdam and stockholm conventions and the 11th special session of the unep governing council/global ministerial environment forum, february , bali, indonesia. The proceedings of the forum were published by E. in in a book entitled ‘Biodiversity’, which is likely to have initiated the widespread use of the word 7. Initially the term biodiversity was used more in political forums than scientific ones 8, progressing over time to become a term used to symbolise the concept of the. This book intends to highlight the importance of biodiversity in the broadest sense of the term, by making visible and illustrating the differentiated relations that women and men establish with nature and the consequences thereof in regard to development promotion. Report of the eleventh Global Biodiversity Forum. Author(s): Orlando, Brett.   The chapter evaluates the European Union’s (EU’s) performance in the United Nations Forum on Forests (UNFF) through a case study of the EU at the 11th session of the UNFF (). The EU managed to develop a common position in a consensual way (output performance), as a result of which it negotiated as a unitary actor (outcome performance).Cited by: 2.