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Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), Conference of the Parties (COP 10)

Nagoya, Japan, 18 - 29 october 2010

Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), Conference of the Parties (COP 10)


Life in Harmony, into the future

At its 10th meeting the CBD COP 10 is due to adopt a revised and updated Strategic Plan including new biodiversity target(s) for the post-2010 period as well as the International Regime on Access and Benefit-sharing.

UNESCO will contribute to COP 10 by actively promoting the advancement of the international biodiversity governance agenda; by highlighting specific UNESCO-relevant biodiversity issues through side-events (exploring traditional knowledge; cultural and biological diversity; and the involvement of youth); and by presenting the Japanese version of the UNESCO-led official IYB travelling exhibition.


Related links:
::  UNESCO Side Events
::  UNESCO and Biodiversity
::  IYB travelling exhibition in Japanese
::  International Youth Forum
::  Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
::  All Lives are Linked [.pdf]
::  International Year of Biodiversity (IYB2010)
::  IYB Travelling Exhibition

  • Source:UNESCO SC
  • 15-10-2010
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