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    UNDP and UNEP to host NBSAP Side Event in Montreal, Monday July 9

    On Monday, 9 July 2018, UN Environment, UNDP, and the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, will host a side event during the second meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Implementation, taking place in Montreal, Canada  9 - 13 July 2018.

    The side event, “National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward” will be held at 13:15pm in Room A and will conclude lessons learned on the NBSAP revision process and explore options for the future of the NBSAPs.

    HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE ENVIRONMENT / WEBINAR SERIES PRESENTATIONS

    Webinar #1: Introduction to Human Rights and the Environment (PPT 1)
    Webinar #1: Introduction to Human Rights and the Environment (PPT 2)
    Webinar #1: Introduction to Human Rights and the Environment (PPT 3)
    Webinar #2: Human Rights, Business and Biodiversity (PPT 1)
    Webinar #2: Human Rights, Business and Biodiversity (PPT 2)
    Webinar #2: Human Rights, Business and Biodiversity  (PPT 3)
    Webinar #3: Human Rights in the Context of  the CBD's post-2020 Strategic Plan (PPT 1)
    Webinar #3: Human Rights in the Context of  the CBD's post-2020 Strategic Plan (PPT 2)

    Environmental laws related to protection and governance incorporate various tenets of human rights. Principle 1 of the Stockholm Declaration, which was adopted at the U.N. Conference on Human Environment in 1972, recognizes the right to freedom, equality and adequate conditions of life, and underscores the importance of the environment in achieving a life of dignity and wellbeing.

    Presentation: Applying Resilience Thinking to National Biodiversity Plans - the South African Experience

    This presentation described the process of the preparation of the 2015 South Africa NBSAP. It talked about a landscape approach for creating partnerships across landscapes and seascapes to conserve, restore and sustainably use biodiversity, while enabling sustainable economic development, rural development, job creation and livelihoods. At the same time, the document included several strategic objectives that focus on resilience.

    How to integrate migratory species conservation into your NBSAP

    Dear all,

    Following the discussion with Marcela during the second webinar on Introduction on Resilience to Development, I would like to share with you this link, with guidelines on how to integrate migratory species conservation into your National Strategies and Action Plans, which is a simple and efficient way of accounting for animals that are transboundary in nature.