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More news from Eleventh meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 11) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) that took place 8-19 October 2012 in Hyderabad, India.More »
Amongst the links an interview with Toby Hodgkin (PAR coordinator) on sustainable agriculture, the Aichi targets and more
A side event on the sustainable use of biodiversity on Wednesday 17 October
The theme of this side event is focused on trying to reconcile the need for food security and the growing aspirations of people for greater economic prosperity, while at the same time conserve its rich suite of species, habitats and landscapes.
ATREE organizes its research activities in four broad program areas: Ecosystems and Society; Ecosystems Services and Human Well Being; Forests and Governance; and Land, Water and Livelihoods. Climate change and Governance are two significant themes that cut across all the programs. The panel will address the sustainable use of biodiversity for food security and poverty alleviation from an “ecosystem services” lens.
Introduction to the panel discussion: Dr. Ganesan Balachander, Director, ATREEMore »
Monday 15th of October 2012
A side event on the sustainable use of agricultural biodiversityheld during the CBD COP11
This side event, hosted by the UNEP and FAO, presented the experiences from the projects on agricultural biodiversity that have been supported by GEF. The projects demonstrate the efforts to maintain the diversity of crops, useful trees and livestock, but also experiences on the maintenance of other ecosystem service providers such as pollinators.
Toby Hodgkin, Coordinator, Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research
October 9th, 2012 | News
The CBD Alliance, a network of NGOs, CBOs, social movements and Indigenous People’s organizations, has prepared briefings and recommendation for COP 11. The briefing notes discuss the main issues of the COP 11 and urge the governments to develop plans for reaching the Aichi targets and create the necessary legislative, administrative or policy measures to [...]More »
The role of ICCAs in achieving the Aichi Targets – event during COP11 of the CBDMore »
On Saturday 13 October 2012 an event co-hosted by the CBD Secretariat, the Governments of Brazil, India, Mexico, the Philippines, Senegal and South Africa, the ICCA Consortium, the International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity and Conservation International.