consilium.europa : United Nations Strategic Plan for Forests: EU Council conclusions

 

 

On 25 April 2017, the Council adopted conclusions on the United Nations Strategic Plan for Forests with a view to EU participation in the twelfth session of the United Nations Forum on Forests.

 

 

In its conclusions, the Council emphasizes the importance of the first United Nations Strategic Plan for Forests 2017-2030 and the related four year work programme. The plan will be a key instrument to promote synergies and mutually supportive implementation of forest-related programs and policies of the various United Nations bodies.

 

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Deriving Sustainable Value from Wildlife in the Western Congo Basin: Before it’s too late

Wildlife in the Western Congo Basin is rapidly disappearing. The West­ern Congo Basin—WCB, defined here as being composed of Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Gabon, and the Republic of Congo—is rap­idly losing a significant proportion of its wild animals to poaching and unsustainable hunting. This trend extends across many species that face pressure from hunting for bushmeat and for commercial export of valuable animal products, as well as habitat degradation.

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Save the Date: 18th Meeting of CBFP Parties - Brussels, Kingdom of Belgium, 27 to 28 November 2018

The 18th Meeting of Parties of the Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP) will take place on 27 and 28 November 2018 in Brussels in Belgium. Main theme: "Towards a sustainable future for the Congo Basin forests, their inhabitants, flora and wildlife" Registration and invitations, beginning 23 July 2018.

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TRAFFIC: Regional Awareness and Capacity Building Workshop Towards FOCAC 2018

TRAFFIC International and WWF jointly organized a "Regional Awareness and Capacity Building Workshop Towards FOCAC 2018", which took place in Nairobi, Kenya during 19-20 June 2018. The main purpose of the workshop was to sensitize as well as build the capacity of African countries in their preparation for and engagement in the FOCAC 2018 Ministerial Conference and Heads of States and Governments Summit to be held in Beijing, China in September 2018.

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GEF-Small grants, big impacts: a community-led initiative is saving Viet Nam’s land crabs

Conserving the global commons can mean grappling with complex issues, studying the science underlying them, and making far-reaching commitments. But it can also involve measuring crabs in a hot village square.

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Aux Arbres : ATIBT takes part in the 1st public awareness event for the forests

It’s a first! Last Friday and Saturday was organized by Maisons du Monde Foundation a public event around the preservation of forests, climate and biodiversity in Nantes.

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Atibt: New edition of Racewood in Gabon WoodShow

On 21 and 22 June, the ATIBT organized the Racewood in Libreville, as part of Gabon WoodShow, the first timber fair in the Congo Basin. ATIBT has decided to take advantage of the launch this year of Gabon WoodShow, Gabon’s first wood and technology show in Gabon, to join the event and hold a new edition of the Racewood.

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Atibt: ATIBT and COMIFAC sign a collaboration agreement at Racewood

TIBT and COMIFAC signed a collaboration agreement at the Racewood on June 21, in Libreville (Gabon). The ATIBT Racewood remains one of the key events in the tropical timber industry. It represents a major opportunity on the African continent of multi-partner relationship. For two days, the key actors of the sector meet and exchange: donors, development agencies, policy makers, NGOs, civil society, country representatives, researchers, scientists, training organizations, unions, producers, managers, importers and industrialists .

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The Congo Basin at the heart of the GEF General Assembly - GEF Secretariat: High Level Roundtable on Congo Basin Sustainable landscapes, June 28 2018, Ariyana ballroom, Da Nang, Viet Nam

GEF - Secretariat: Summary of the High-Level Roundtable on Congo Basin Sustainable landscapes, June 28 2018, Ariyana ballroom, GEF Assembly, Da Nang, Viet Nam - Congo Basin Sustainable landscapes: around 70 persons took part in this High-Level Roundtable moderated by Cyriaque Sendashonga, Global Director for Programme and Policy at IUCN.  The discussions focused on the protection of global important biodiversity in protected areas, the management of biodiversity out of protected areas through large-scale landscape approaches, the importance of forest dependent communities and traditional knowledge...

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