After a long process, and during last SBI meeting, the CBD Alliance and the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) as a result of the longstanding relation and work done all these years.
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All ECOs from COP 50, October 2014
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All ECOs from WGRI 5 in June 2014.
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Over the past two months, civil society groups from all over the world within the CBD Alliance network have been discussing, debating and coming to agreement on what they believe to be the key issues for the Hyderabad COP.
The CBD Alliance is a network of civil society organizations who have a common interest in the Convention on Biological Diversity.
The Convention on Biological Diversity is a Convention under the UN system, one of the three Río Conventions, which aims its work to preserve biodiversity and ensure its sustainable use.
The CBD Alliance exists to facilitate more diverse, coordinated, and effective civil society input into CBD policy-making.
I am the coordinator of the CBD Alliance. I am here to assist you, and to help the alliance being as fluently working as coordinated as possible.
Throughout the year, I am here for you to:
The CBD Alliance
1. The CBD Alliance is a network of civil society organization, working together to positively influence the CBD negotiations, and the implementation of the Convention.
Since its inception in 2002, the CBD Alliance has become the focal point for civil society around the CBD. Following the broad mandate, the CBD Alliance has achieved many successes:
Ms. Mrinalini Rai - Thailand
Global Forest Coalition
ECO 59, Issue 1
- Ingredients for a post 2020 GBF
- Divestments, not investments
- Nairobi, here we go!
ECO 59, Issue 2