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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:
- The great contradictions in the zero draft
- Agricultural biodiversity
- Do’s and Dont’s for the post-2020 Framework
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:
ECO, Issue 5
- A rights-based approach for the post-2020 GBF
- CBD Stand Your Ground!
- Youth recommendations for post-2020
ECO, Issue 4
The report presents the results of the first meeting of the OEWG on post-2020. It also includes a summary of discussions around specific issues that were addressed by civil society during our preparatory meeting.
All ECOs published during the first meeting of the OE Working Group on post 2020 - August 27 - 30, 2019
ECO 59, Issue 1
- Ingredients for a post 2020 GBF
- Divestments, not investments
- Nairobi, here we go!
ECO 59, Issue 2
Statements delivered by the CBD Alliance members during the first meeting of the OEWG on post 2020 - Nairobi, Kenya - August, 2019
Opening Statement CBDA
Statement on Agenda Item 4, Cluster 1
Statement on Agenda Item 4, Cluster 2
Statement on Agenda Item 4, Cluster 3
Statement on Agenda Item 4, Cluster 4
This is the reponse from the Secretaria on regards to our open letter in reference to a particular action undertaken in the framework of the relation between the CBD's Secretariat and the World Economic Forum.
All ECOs published during COP14, Cartagena MOP9 and Nagoya MOP3
- Synthetic Biology
- Risk assessment/ Risk management
- Local Biodiversity Outlooks
This report does not aim to present an exhaustive analysis of each agenda item discussed at SBSTTA 22, but rather to point out key and relevant aspects of the agenda that relate to the work of civil society and that could help in the advocacy work of the organizations and networks interested in the CBD process.
The report does not aim to present an exhaustive analysis of the whole agenda discussed at SBI 2, but rather to point out relevant aspects of key agenda items that relate to the work of civil society and that could help in the advocacy work of the organizations and networks interested in the CBD process.
All ECOs published during the 2nd Meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Implementation (SBI 2) in Montreal, 2-7 July 2018
- Stand up for the CBD!
- Closing Statement SBSTTA - TWN
- Protected Areas and OECMs Community Conservation and NBSAPs