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Utilizing Spatial Planning for Sustainable Development | Insights from Serbia’s 5th National Report to CBD

Serbia’s Fifth National Report (5NR) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) highlights the success of Serbia’s Republic Agency for Spatial Planning (SASP) in integrating and harmonizing Serbia’s ecological, economic and social development, based on the principles of sustainability. SASP achieves this goal by informing policy and development decisions through local, regional and national level spatial plans. The success of SASP corroborates the importance of having spatial planning integrated into national development policies and plans.  


The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety & the Nagoya - Kuala Lumpur Protocol on Liability and Redress: National Developments of Liability and Redress Slovenia | Webinar Presentation

Martin Batic (Head of Biotechnology Section and Climate Change Section at the Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning of Slovenia) made this presentation during the NBSAP Forum webinar session on the 15th Anniversary of the Entry into Force of Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety.


For more information on the webinar session, please click here. Watch this recording and all other NBSAP Forum sessions in the NBSAP Forum Youtube channel.

Global Call SCBD-IDLO Capacity Building Establishing Measures to Implement the Nagoya Protocol

I am pleased to inform you that the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) in partnership with the Secretariat has launched the second phase of a capacity-building programme to support the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) with the financial supp

Access and benefits sharing

Changements Climatiques: L’adaptation Dans PN Karavasta Entre Les Deltas Des Fleuves Shkumbin-Seman

Résumé de la meilleure pratique:
Le besoin d’adaptation aux changements climatiques dans la Zone protégée (Ramsar 1995) entre les estuaires des rivières Shkumbin-Seman et surtout dans la Lagune de Karavasta, dans le cadre d’un développement durable. Cette Lagune constitue l’une des zones les plus humides en Albanie avec une variété d’habitats. Là-bas se trouvent presque tous les principaux types d’habitats tels que: marins/côtiers; ceux de la lagune; des marais; des estuaires des fleuves; des forets et des champs.

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