La Paz, 26 May 2021
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La Paz, 26 May 2021
Dear Madam, Sir,
Statements delivered during the 3rd meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Implementation
Agenda Item 3. Review of progress in the implementation of the Convention and the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020
Statements deliver as CBD Alliance during the 24th meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advise
Agenda Item 3. Post 2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
Agenda Item 6. Marine and Coastal Biodiversity (Versión en Español Disponible)
Agenda Item 7. Biodiversity and Agriculture
Civil society organizations and experts call draft new global action plan on biodiversity conservation disappointingly weak and unacceptable
As governments worldwide begin a new round of formal discussions on proposed new measures under the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) to protect Earth’s biodiversity, the CBD Alliance has issued a stern warning that the talks are going off track, with potentially dire consequences.
Interventions prepared and delivered by the CBD Alliance during the online sessions in preparation to SBI 3. (Subsidiary Body on Implementation)
Agenda item 3. Review of progress in implementation of the Convention and the strategic plan for biodiversity 2011-2020
Interventions prepared and delivered by the CBD Alliance during the online sessions in preparation to SBSTTA 24. (Subsidiary Body on Scientific Technical and Technological Advise)
Intervention on agenda item 3. Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
Intervention on agenda item 4. Synthetic Biology
CBD Alliance's intervention during the Special Virtual Session for SBSTTA 24 and SBI 3 on Biodiversity, One Health and COVID-19 15-16 December 2020
Eng, Español, Português, French, Chinese
This briefing note presents the state of the play of negotiations leading to the adoption of a post2020 Global Biodiversity Framework under the Convention on Biological Diversity.
Written by Lim Li Ching, TWN
139 organizations, networks and groups from around the world have signed a letter raising critical points about the upcoming UN summit, the biodiversity crisis and the Convention on Biological Diversity.
This special issue of ECO contains articles that address content related to the discussions around the High Level Summit on Biodiversity and the process towards the adoption of a post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
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Statements of Civil Society delivered during the second meeting of the Open-ended Working Group on post-2020
- Joint civil society opening statement
- Women's caucus openings statement
- Global Youth Biodiversity Network opening statement
- Joint civil society closing statement
All ECOs produced during the Second meeting of the Open-ended Working Group on post-2020
ECO 61, Issue 1:
ECO 61, Issue 2:
The Do's and Dont's document presents the key points that civil society advocates for in the road towards the adoption of a new global biodiversity framework.
Thematic Consultation on Area-based conservation measures for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework tool place in Montreal, Canada from December 1 to 3, 2019. The workshop was an expert meeting aimed at providing specific inputs for the use of the Co-Chairs of the Working Group on the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework for considerat
On behalf of nearly all civil society organizations and non-profit organizations in this room - the list will be provided in writing in the interest of time – we stress that: