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ECO 65(11) 18 December 2022 as pdf or online
- Snowman to snow-mess: negotiations at COP15 are opening doors to risky technologies
- DSI decision should not undermine the scope of the CBD
- CBD Alliance ́s High Level Segment Statement with French and Spanish translation
ECO 65(10) 17 December 2022 as pdf or online
- Biodiversity for Her: an inclusive, rights-based post-2020 GBF with gender-responsive indicators
- Why is a human rights-based approach essential for the new Global Biodiversity Framework?
- The Four A’s for a successful GBF: Acknowledge, Act, Accountability, ASAP
- Wildlife trade causes pandemics and... sorry let me take my mask off
ECO 65(9) 16 December 2022 as pdf or online
- Rights over Profits
- Montreal Declaration on Small-Scale Women Farmers for Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use
The Elephant in the Negotiations Rooms at COP15: Global Tourism and its Impacts on Biodiversity and Indigenous Peoples
ECO 65(8) 15 December 2022 as pdf or online
Reject false solutions and uphold agroecology in the Global Biodiversity Framework
"A coalition of global corporations is lobbying hard to get their framework for self-reporting without accountability (aka TNFD), into the GBF"
Corporate rights: Limited liability, unlimited powers
- Nature positive - positively meaningless?
ECO 65(7) 14 December 2022 as pdf or online
- Community participation from Central Asia in the GBF
- Rights guarantees for Colombia, the “world power of life”
- Developed Countries’ Double Standards on One Health
ECO 65(6) 13 December 2022 as pdf or online
- Legal, sustainable and safe use of biodiversity is a right of IPLCs
- “Nature Positive”: the new “con” in conservation
- Civil society organizations call CBD to strengthen precaution on geoengineering
- Centering Human Rights in the global biodiversity agenda
ECO 65(5) 12 December 2022 as pdf or online
- Grande marche pour le vivant / March for Biodiversity and Human Rights
- A GBF that does not stop extinction now will be a failure
- Some reflections on a Biodiversity Fund
ECO 65(4) 10 December 2022 as pdf or online
- A message to world leaders: that conservation cannot be done without people
UNDROP and UNDRIP as two complementary instruments to promote, respect and safeguard the rights to enhance biodiversity
Human rights and biodiversity
Nature and culture: connectivity and rights
Brazilian intransigence on biotech is a violation of human rights
Target 3 and indicators
Women’s rights are human rights!
ECO 65(3) 9 December 2022 (pdf) or read all articles online
Smallholder food producers - the key towards an ecologically sound and just transition in agricultural and food systems
Agroecology is living in harmony with nature
New threats for pollinators: scientists call for precautionary principle on genetic biotechnologies
Timeline and Steps for an Enhanced Implementation Cycle: What should the implementation of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework look like?
ECO 65(2) 8 December 2022 (pdf) or read all articles online
30x30 Target – sanctioning extractive tourism and human rights violations in Africa?
CBD Alliance COP 15 Opening statement
Indigenous activists interrupted Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, demanding land rights and justice for Indigenous Peoples in Canada
- Why should UNDROP be in the Global Biodiversity Framework?
- Negotiate to make the Biodiversity Framework Global
ECO 65(1) - 7 December 2022 (pdf) or read all articles online
- There can be no agreement to save nature without inclusion of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities
- What would a good COP outcome look like for Africa?
COP 15: an opportunity to hear the voice of the world's artisanal fishers, their contributions to the 2030 Agenda and the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
Mother Earth has Rights too
Target 8, imaginary gigatonnes, and the Land Gap
DSI: a big trap?
All CBD watchdogs should guard against synthetic biology threats to biodiversity
Marine protected areas: both quantity and quality matters
One step forward, two steps backward – will Parties come to an agreement?
What are the benefits of a comprehensive mechanism for the implementation, monitoring, reporting and review of the CBD and the GBF?
Is the BRI in line with an “ecological civilization?” Whose future counts?