18th Meeting of CBFP Parties - Brussels, Kingdom of Belgium, 27 to 28 November 2018: Registration is now open!!!

 

 

If you wish to be able to attend the 18th MoP of the CBFP and related events, please register before August 25th, 2018by completing the form below and clicking on the button “register”. It will not be possible to attend the meeting without a properly completed registration procedure. Please follow the link hereafter to register.

 

 

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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 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. Read more...

 

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Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park °° Monthly update September 2018

In September the Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park bid farewell to Nicholas Radford, Head of the Admin & Finance Department for the past two-years, and welcomed Camille Raynaud who will soon arrive in Bomassa to take over this important role.  The task is often ungrateful as the hard work of the park's administration and logistics departments often takes place behind the scenes.

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blogs.fco: The fight against the illegal wildlife trade CAN be won

This week the UK hosts a conference on the Illegal Wildlife Trade, bringing together global leaders to work together to end wildlife crime. Here two conference delegates from Africa pen a guest blog for the Foreign Office on what they’ll put into the conference – and what they expect to get out of it.

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gov.uk-Declaration: London Conference on the Illegal Wildlife Trade 2018

This document summarises the conclusions of the London Conference on the Illegal Wildlife Trade held on 11 to 12 October 2018. It notes the actions adopted by countries and commitments made by them and the international community, in challenging the illegal wildlife trade and its effects.

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Traffic: London Conference - will tough talk translate into tangible action?

Representatives from more than 80 governments and a wide range of concerned business and civil society leaders met this week in London to review and refine the international response to wildlife crime at a meeting convened by the UK Government. Will strong talk translate into tangible action for people and wildlife? Read the official London Conference on the Illegal Wildlife Trade (October 2018): Declaration...

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Charter on the mangroves of Gabon

 This charter, resulting from a successful participative process, is an important basis for engaging all stakeholders in the sustainable management of this precious natural ecosystem.

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Short report of the first IUFRO social sciences conference on “African Forest Policies and Politics” (AFORPOLIS conference 2018)

From 24 to 27 September 2018, about 150 participants from 27 countries, including the following African countries (Benin, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Republic of Congo, Kenya, Mozambique, Madagascar, Nigeria, Tunisia), Japan, Indonesia, USA, China, Canada and European countries (Finland, France, Germany, Netherlands, United Kingdom) met in Yaoundé, Cameroon the host country to attend the first IUFRO social sciences conference on “African forest policies and politics” (AFORPOLIS conference 2018).

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Biopama: Framework set for the production of important State of Protected Areas (SoPA) in the Caribbean

The Biodiversity in Protected Areas Management (BIOPAMA) Program is leveraging its network of protected areas (PA) managers, conservationists, researchers, and associated multilateral agencies operating in the same sphere, to undertake the first State of Protected Areas (SoPA) report for the Caribbean region in over two decades.

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