During the one-day day workshop on "Using National Reporting to Improve NBSAP Implementation and Development of the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework", at COP14 in Sharm-el-Sheik, Egypt, Iraq took part in the World Cafe and presented its findings on Mainstreaming Gender Consideration in your 6NR. Results are presented in this poster.
Building upon the success of the Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN) 2017 series of Capacity-Building Workshops and thanks to generous support from the Japan Biodiversity Fund, the European Commission, the CBD Secretariat, the African Wildlife Foundation, Engajamundo and the Telangana Forest
We are excited to announce that the regional inception workshop on the UN Biodiversity Lab for Asia will take place on 29 August 2018! By the end of 2018, Parties are required to submit a Sixth National Report (6NR), and will need to use data and indicators to assess their progress.
UNDP is seeking spatial data experts worldwide with knowledge of English, and French and/or Spanish to apply for a three-year vetted roster of experts in biodiversity conservation, natural resource
The Kyrgyz Republic is a developing country that facing many challenging issues after transition period, on the way of building independent economy, improving well-being of nation and conserving fragile natural resources for present and future generations. The problem of conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity is critical due to overuse of this natural asset. Therefore adaptation of Sustainable Development Goals for the needs of country’s development is very important, especially taking into account that Kyrgyz people has a long history of sustainable coexistence with environment.
Date: May 03, 2017 at 1:30 PM GMT Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3724766445296304642 ABSTRACT: Over the last 4 years, World Resource Institute, a global research organization, and Vizzuality, a missio
This poster illustrates the relationship between SDGs and NBSAPs in Uganda.
This is a major report on the status of the country’s avifauna, launched by the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN)—BirdLife in Jordan. The publication provides a detailed assessment of current bird populations, the threats they face, and the conservation actions that are being put in place to safeguard them.
It is hoped that this timely report will sound an alarm in the minds of all those concerned for the future of birds and biodiversity in Jordan and help galvanise action to safeguard the country’s outstanding natural heritage.
State of Lebanon’s Birds and IBAs is the first publication of its kind for Lebanon. It constitutes an important national scientific resource, collating all available data on birds, sites, habitats, and conservation efforts for birds and biodiversity in Lebanon.
To download the publication, access the following link: