Désigné en tant que : Biodiversity
Rome, 22 May 2019
The mission of the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) is to protect cultivated and wild plant resources from pests, thus prompting food security and environmental protection while facilitating safe trade.
On this International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB), the IPPC community stands together with the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and other biodiversity-related conventions to strengthen global commitments to preserve nature, enhance food security and facilitate safe trade.
This year’s IDB theme: “Our Biodiversity, Our Food, Our Health” links together nature with human health and well-being. Plants make up 80 percent of the food we ...
An International Conference on Biodiversity, Climate Change Assessment and Impact on Livelihood is going to be organized in Kathmandu on 10-12 January, 2017. Please check http://icbcl17.org/ for more detail. During this Conference, two special symposiums have been scheduled on 1) Biological Invasion, and 2) Tutu absoluta. The conference brochure, and the flyers of special symposiums have been attached with this email. As a member of organizing committee.
Les sept secrétaires des conventions qui forment le Groupe de liaison sur la biodiversité, dont la Convention sur la protection des végétaux (CIPV), ont publié une déclaration conjointe en amont du Sommet des Nations Unies sur le développement durable qui s’est tenu du 25 au 27 septembre au Siège de l’ONU à New York.
Voir le texte complet de la déclaration.
International Year of Biodiversity - logoIn 2002, the world's leaders agreed to achieve a significant reduction in the rate of biodiversity loss by 2010. The United Nations declared 2010 to be the International Year of Biodiversity, and this year has been marked by events to celebrate the value of biodiversity for our lives. Meanwhile, careful stock-taking has revealed a sobering picture: not only have the targets for 2010 not been achieved, in many cases the rate of biodiversity loss is accelerating. It will not be possible to curb biodiversity losses without first addressing its root causes. The Global Biodiversity Outlook ...