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Concensus reached at the eleventh hour of CBD...
At 2AM this morning countries agreed targets to double support for conservation from developed to developing countries to 10 billion US Dollars by 2015
Conserving South Asia's vultures
No vultures will be left in India and the rest of South Asia if immediate steps are not taken for their conservation, NGOs have warned at the CBD CoP 11
Empowering the Grassroots Megaposter
BirdLife has won the COP 11 Jury Choice Award for the “Mega-poster” exhibition and competition organised by the CBD Secretariat’s Biodiversity for Development Unit.
Working together out of poverty
A look at what the BirdLife Partnership is doing to help eradicate poverty
Marine conservation e-Atlas marks a breakthrough...
The e-Atlas covers 3,000 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) and is the first global inventory of important sites for the conservation of migratory marine species
Into the deep unknown – scientists unveil the...
Safeguarding the world’s oceans is a global undertaking, and BirdLife has provided scientific data and policy support at COP11 in Hyderabad.
Sharing experiences on effective biodiversity...
The major role corporates have to play in conservation in relation to sustainable development models for India and Japan was discussed at a COP11 side event
Filling the information gap: how bird data can...
Assisting governments in develop National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs) is the purpose of a new guide made available this week at COP11.
Using ecosystem services for better decision-...
A new report entitled 'Conserving biodiversity and delivering ecosystem services at Important Bird Areas in Nepal' has been launched at the CBD COP in Hyderabad, India.
CBD COP11: what BirdLife wants
Here are BirdLife’s main asks of Parties at COP11, which opens on the 8 October in Hyderabad, India.
Invest Now or Pay More for Biodiversity Losses...
As the UN’s Convention on Biological Diversity kicks off, Conservation International, BirdLife and TNC challenge world leaders to raise development aid by 20 percent and domestic budgets for biodiversity by 10 percent
BirdLife International’s Position on Selected...
Here you can access BirdLife's Policy briefing on our main asks of Parties at COP 11.
Policy briefing on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity
Here you can access BirdLife's Policy briefing on Marine and coastal biodiversity: Identification of ecologically or biologically significant marine areas
BirdLife’s work with the Convention on Biological...
BirdLife works with the CBD through the Conference of the Parties, the scientific and technical advisory body, and the CBD Secretariat.
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