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Message by IPPC Secretary Jingyuan Xia in the occasion of the International Day for Biological Diversity 2019

Publié on mar, 21 Mai 2019, 20:05

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 ...

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Invasive Alien Species: Invitation to the Online Discussion Forum

Publié on mer, 10 Avr 2019, 11:44

The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity organized a moderated online discussion forum on matters related to invasive alien species, with the following timetable:

  • 1 - 31 May 2019: Methods for cost-benefit analysis
  • 1 - 30 June 2019: Methods, tools, and measures for identification and minimization of risk of e-commerce
  • 1 - 31 July 2019: Methods, tools and strategy for invasive alien species management under climate change and others
  • 1 - 31 August 2019: Risk analysis on the potential consequences on social, economic and cultural values
  • 1 - 15 September 2019: Wrap up session for synthesis of report

The Secretariat would like to encourage ...

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A Keynote Address on Plant Health and Environmental Protection presented by the CBD Executive Secretary at the CPM-13 Opening

Publié on mar, 17 Avr 2018, 11:35

The 13th Session of the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM-13) of the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) officially launched on 16 April 2018 at FAO Headquarters in Rome, Italy. Dr Cristiana Paşca Palmer, Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), was invited to present a keynote address the 2018 IPPC Annual Theme “Plant Health and Environmental Protection”. The keynote address from Dr. Paşca Palmer was warmly welcome and highly appreciated by all participants of the CPM-13.

In recent year, the IPPC and CBD Secretariats have been working towards globally harmonized measures that minimize the negative impacts pests, invasive ...

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Le Secrétariat de la CIPV participe à la dixième réunion du Groupe de liaison sur la biodiversité

Publié on jeu, 17 Sep 2015, 10:58

Le Secrétaire de la CIPV, Jingyuan Xia, et le coordonnateur de la CIPV, Craig Fedchock, ont participé activement le 16 septembre à Genève à la dixième réunion du Groupe de liaison sur la biodiversité, qui rassemble les secrétaires des sept conventions relatives au développement durable.

Un large éventail de sujets figurait à l’ordre du jour et la CIPV a présenté l’état d’avancement des activités liées au projet d’Année internationale de la santé des végétaux ainsi que le travail effectué sur l’ePhyto (projet de coopération entre la CITES et la CIPV sur des systèmes analogues). Les ...

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IPPC Secretariat Meets with CBD Executive Secretary

Publié on mer, 21 Jan 2015, 10:25

(Rome, 20 January 2015). Members of the IPPC Secretariat met with Convention on Biological Diversity Executive Secretary Dr. Braulio Dias for a detailed discussion on the relationship between the two Secretariats of the two conventions. Among other things, they discussed revision of the joint work plan, and other opportunities related to the Liaison Group on Biodiversity. Both Secretariats are focused on enhancing their relationship to work on matters of mutual interest as well as to push forward in order to meet the Aichi Targets.

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CBD and its Global Taxonomy Initiative is calling for experts to the Training Course on Rapid Identification of Invasive Alien Species

Publié on mar, 20 Jan 2015, 12:30

The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)1 is calling for experts to attend a training course as part of the Global Taxonomy Initiative (GTI)2. The course entitled: “Rapid Identification of Invasive Alien Species” is intended to help countries in achieving the Aichi Biodiversity Target 9 a. The training course will cover the application of DNA barcoding in detection and monitoring priority invasive alien species, plant pests and zoonotic disease vectors. This course will provide opportunities for participants to develop national capacity in detection and management of invasive alien species, including pests that threaten the health of ...

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The report from the 4th meeting of the Capacity Development Committee (CDC) is now posted!

Publié on lun, 23 Jui 2014, 16:44

The fourth meeting of the Capacity Development Committee was held in the Hague, the Netherlands between the 2nd -6th of June 2014. The full report is available here.

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The IPPC and CBD meet for their third joint meeting in Montreal

Publié on jeu, 26 Sep 2013, 16:54

Photo by CBD Secretariat On 16-17 of September, the IPPC Secretariat participated in a meeting with the Secretariat of Convention on Biodiversity (CBD), in Montreal, Canada. Joined under the Memorandum of Cooperation (2004), the two Secretariats have agreed to cooperate on relevant activities conducted under their frameworks, “to promote synergy, to avoid overlaps and unnecessary duplication, and to ensure effective cooperation.”

The objective of this third joint meeting was to exchange updates on recent major developments, identify activities for possible future collaboration, and work to formulate specific work plans with emphasis on issues such as invasive alien species and biosafety ...

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CBD International Day for Biological Diversity 2013: re-energizing cooperation with the IPPC

Publié on ven, 24 Mai 2013, 12:24

Today, May 22, the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) will celebrate the International Day for Biological Diversity. As in the past,this day will kick off a one-year campaign to raise awareness and encourage international engagement on challenging issues in biological diversity. This year’s focus, titled the “International Year of Water and Biodiversity” was chosen by the 2010 UN General Assembly. Throughout the year, events and educational programmes will be hosted by various stakeholders located around the globe. Two essential components to the scope and mandate of the IPPC are water and “the protection of the world’s plant ...

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Upcoming CBD & IPPC Meeting

Publié on mer, 13 Fév 2013, 19:22

The IPPC Secretariat will continue its cooperation with the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity in an upcoming workshop to be held from 11-14 February in the United Arab Emirates. The meeting will address new strategies concerning the issue of invasive alien species in specific countries in West Asia and North Africa as well as the Aichi Biodiversity Target 9 in the Arab region. As country representatives are asked to present their current developments, challenges, and lessons learned in monitoring invasive alien species, the workshop seeks to improve communication and awareness for all parties involved.

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The 10th Conference of Parties of the CBD gives special consideration to plant health in the newly adopted Nagoya Protocol and in discussions on invasive alien species

Publié on mer, 17 Nov 2010, 09:10

IYOBThe final and most controversial product adopted at the two-week long 10th Conference of Parties of the Convention on Biodiversity was the Nagoya Protocol on "Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization". The Nagoya Protocol sets terms on how countries will permit access to genetic resources, share the benefits arising from their use, and cooperate with one another in allegations of misuse. It will come into force 90 days after it has been ratified by at least 50 parties. Article 6 of the Nagoya Protocol gives special consideration to plant health ...

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