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SBSTTA 24 - SBI 3 Wrap up document

This document is intended as an information tool for civil society, especially for those who are unable to follow the CBD negotiations, to provide a common ground for the work that lies ahead in preparations for COP 15 and the adoption of a new Post-2020 GBF.

State of the play of the post 2020 Global Biodiversity Framework

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This briefing note presents the state of the play of negotiations leading to the adoption of a post2020 Global Biodiversity Framework under the Convention on Biological Diversity. 

Written by Lim Li Ching, TWN

DO'S and DONT'S

The Do's and Dont's document presents the key points that civil society advocates for in the road towards the adoption of a new global biodiversity framework.

ABCM Workshop Report for Civil Society

Thematic Consultation on Area-based conservation measures for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework tool place in Montreal, Canada from December 1 to 3, 2019. The workshop was an expert meeting aimed at providing specific inputs for the use of the  Co-Chairs of the Working Group on the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework for considerat

SBSTTA 22 - Brief Report for Civil Society

This report does not aim to present an exhaustive analysis of each agenda item discussed at SBSTTA 22, but rather to point out key and relevant aspects of the agenda that relate to the work of civil society and that could help in the advocacy work of the organizations and networks interested in the CBD process.

SBI 2 - Brief Report for Civil Society

The report does not aim to present an exhaustive analysis of the whole agenda discussed at SBI 2, but rather to point out relevant aspects of key agenda items that relate to the work of civil society and that could help in the advocacy work of the organizations and networks interested in the CBD process.

Briefing notes for COP 11

Over the past two months, civil society groups from all over the world within the CBD Alliance network have been discussing, debating and coming to agreement on what they believe to be the key issues for the Hyderabad COP.