Convention on Biological Diversity Convention on Biological Diversity CBD _2df985ed-c008-4d16-bea6-1f85bb63edd6 2cd9ee6c-188e-4433-bf87-fe94eb62ce46 Parties commit themselves to a more effective and coherent implementation of the three objectives of the Convention, to achieve by 2010 a significant reduction of the current rate of biodiversity loss at the global, regional and national level as a contribution to poverty alleviation and to the benefit of all life on earth. _faf6c216-a82b-4217-a569-f8432f20cdbe Leadership The Convention is fulfilling its leadership role in international biodiversity issues. _cc990870-8362-472a-80b0-de3d235b1538 1 Review: - The Strategic Plan will be implemented through the programmes of work of the Convention on Biological Diversity implementation of national biodiversity strategies and action plans, and other national, regional and international activities. - Better methods should be developed to objectively evaluate progress in the implementation of the Convention and the Strategic Plan. Biodiversity Agenda The Convention is setting the global biodiversity agenda. _d9734f28-ea65-4b72-856b-52c72250faa4 1.1 200946e7-1f65-416c-8fad-c48913a339dd 27856003-e903-4e9a-b3a2-0e06ee3cbff5 International Cooperation The Convention is promoting cooperation between all relevant international instruments and processes to enhance policy coherence. _188f1ca5-f023-4830-b925-58d485cfd077 1.2 a32fb0aa-915b-4303-a7ab-62efae1e7077 e32ae793-2266-43e6-bb27-f59498a32f1a Other International Processes Other international processes are actively supporting implementation of the Convention, in a manner consistent with their respective frameworks. _01d141cc-f094-4dbc-9f5f-a74c6406699c 1.3 b6186071-5323-4924-bcc6-cdfa3abf4e68 ed8c0fb5-f2cf-41ab-90d8-39e486956225 Protocol on Biosafety The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety is widely implemented. _68ff36f4-77d1-461f-95e9-89bc654d683d 1.4 25131dc5-40c7-4131-b40c-90cf35ffeca3 ff575554-ab9b-4a1b-b977-dd406d073bc7 Biodiveristy Concerns Biodiversity concerns are being integrated into relevant sectoral or cross-sectoral plans, programmes and policies at the regional and global levels. _a0f134eb-6c5a-4924-abcf-1e4b7697c3bf 1.5 3b6de454-9733-457f-99a9-54aa7445bcb6 b5a45a96-2263-439c-a3d8-9444667909d8 Regional and Subregional Collaboration Parties are collaborating at the regional and subregional levels to implement the Convention. _2e30144a-965f-41d0-a7e0-fbb16bc05562 1.6 168ae4e1-7a12-43d2-b8ae-7d24dddcb6c5 da11629a-54f2-42d5-9e2c-de5d23788fe2 Financial, Human, Scientific, Technical, and Technological Capacity Parties have improved financial, human, scientific, technical, and technological capacity to implement the Convention. _a2986a9b-c59f-44d4-b2f1-e50fa79c6f9d 2 Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plans All Parties have adequate capacity for implementation of priority actions in national biodiversity strategy and action plans. _78b67f3c-7f5f-4479-bb02-85b8ea26c897 2.1 1e7a641b-8632-447c-8c74-e0a32f878a5f f4799212-9036-4bc6-a39b-2c0b7392c993 Three Objectives of the Convention Developing country Parties, in particular the least developed and the small island developing States amongst them, and other Parties with economies in transition, have sufficient resources available to implement the three objectives of the Convention. _b985fd6c-11c0-4d01-9fef-da5ebdbb658e 2.2 3e2a5b55-9c1d-47c4-9bd0-a3406f202395 7500b04e-e23f-40cb-acdf-3d5ba6c3c2ec Protocol on Biosafety Developing country Parties, in particular the least developed and the small island developing States amongst them, and other Parties with economies in transition, have increased resources and technology transfer available to implement the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety. _e27ab798-c17a-4fa9-a94b-faa4a5001544 2.3 eccef3b3-239f-4d35-8753-389b0cbd580e f7b654e9-b81a-4737-8d0e-21b30a203ee3 Implementation Capacity All Parties have adequate capacity to implement the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety. _6702c2ad-8007-41a8-bfb7-329652d88989 2.4 1d0da875-5e5e-4077-9246-1ccc9c39862f a271b354-991e-4f3e-bcc3-67c2e13d8d7e Technical and Scientific Cooperation Technical and scientific cooperation is making a significant contribution to building capacity. _ff056851-014e-444c-9b6b-b1a0085ac14c 2.5 01031e60-2cfe-40ca-ace6-27e862aa591e cc52068b-f7f0-4696-b4dd-1d27d119a5ab Framework for Implementation National biodiversity strategies and action plans and the integration of biodiversity concerns into relevant sectors serve as an effective framework for the implementation of the objectives of the Convention. _a4a91be2-3467-400f-bcd2-69b10720305c 3 National Strategies, Plans, and Programmes Every Party has effective national strategies, plans and programmes in place to provide a national framework for implementing the three objectives of the Convention and to set clear national priorities. _2858f2dc-951f-40ed-ab9b-226358a884fc 3.1 378bc462-51e7-4a91-b7c3-4f9fe9b09a53 d056fda4-3c17-4e0d-aebd-7914d1adafdf Regulatory Frameworks Every Party to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety has a regulatory framework in place and functioning to implement the Protocol. _54da593a-108d-43bf-846e-663ffdb97fc9 3.2 cf5d2c9d-0b71-4319-8bf4-2f462439fc37 5e5c1fb7-4e82-4aea-bd1c-3fb97776e05d Sectoral and Cross-Sectoral Integration Biodiversity concerns are being integrated into relevant national sectoral and cross-sectoral plans, programmes and policies. _30a59d3d-84b9-4572-97d2-f861cd9496e5 3.3 af9a11e2-56ac-4873-84cb-7f6c26c417f2 808888cd-5724-4cf8-8e16-8a648217141c Implementation of Priorities The priorities in national biodiversity strategies and action plans are being actively implemented, as a means to achieve national implementation of the Convention, and as a significant contribution towards the global biodiversity agenda. _9acb1e7c-0a1d-4eb9-9413-ad023fb05c71 3.4 334becf3-14d8-424e-81cf-fa54f97c0292 0c1099b6-abeb-4f93-8a4e-155d01daa55c Understanding and Engagement There is a better understanding of the importance of biodiversity and of the Convention, and this has led to broader engagement across society in implementation. _60f88749-faa1-479d-9b81-011fdf119138 4 Communication, Education, and Public Awareness Strategy All Parties are implementing a communication, education, and public awareness strategy and promoting public participation in support of the Convention. _3c0ca40c-2215-4fa5-972e-864a9fd36c1d 4.1 e1791416-2d9c-43c2-bd8f-0612588feecd a66051c0-2542-41f7-b3e5-4352dbadbc92 Public Awareness, Education, and Participation Every Party to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety is promoting and facilitating public awareness, education and participation in support of the Protocol. _92932f12-251b-43ee-8a45-ff3aa9875017 4.2 9b306dcb-c03a-4ba3-9f45-7f5ec90557bc 23d163c4-bb2b-4843-b2b8-1c92748767ea Indigenous and Local Communities Indigenous and local communities are effectively involved in implementation and in the processes of the Convention, at national, regional and international levels. _6fb4a7e3-02b8-41c7-bf8d-30dc13c9c6f8 4.3 7722ccd6-3e9c-45a2-95b6-7ba1b212ac78 9588082d-797b-4e6a-8864-22da281626e9 Partnerships and Cross-Sectoral Integration Key actors and stakeholders, including the private sector, are engaged in partnership to implement the Convention and are integrating biodiversity concerns into their relevant sectoral and cross-sectoral plans, programmes and policies. _46a1db10-408c-4814-b786-b8d742d22d21 4.4 390aa20b-6deb-46d0-ba5e-ff7dd00a6b52 65c68526-341a-4fc3-bea0-ba57c9f0e239 2010-02-08 http://www.cbd.int/sp/ Arthur Colman (www.drybridge.com) colman@drybridge.com Submit error.