生物多様性条約締約国会議 COP10
 
 
CIとパートナー団体のサイドイベント

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19

Launching of the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative
Launching ceremony of the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative with partners including national governments, international organizations, and NGOs. The Minister of the environment of Japan is expected to participate in the side event.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, CI
CI Contact: Yoji Natori
Time: 13:15 – 14:45
Location: Shirotori Hall – Bldg 4 – 1st Floor


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20

Tripling the protected area system in Madagascar: A success story
The session will describe the progress that Madagascar has made towards increasing the Protected Area System to 6 million hectares. Presentations will focus on new governance models that enhance local community involvement in management; sustainable funding and the use of protected areas as powerful approaches for mitigating climate change and promoting ecosystem-based adaptation.
Ministry of Environment and Forests (MADAGASCAR), Government of Madagascar, CI-Madagascar
CI Contact: James MacKinnon
Time: 16:30 – 18:00
Location: Room 235 – Bldg 2 – 3rd Floor

Achieving the 2020 Targets: Protecting the Right Areas
Bringing the right areas under some sort of management regime is a crucial piece of the strategy for achieving the CBD’s objectives and several of the proposed post-2010 targets – namely targets 5, 11, 12, 14 and 15. This side event will showcase analyses of where the most important areas for protection are located globally – from known site scale priorities of key habitats and species, to areas that deliver key ecosystem services, to areas of overlap between them. Specific national level examples will be presented and estimates of the costs of placing these areas under effective management will also be discussed.
Conservation International
CI Contact: Conrad Savy
Time: 18:15 - 19:45
Location: Room 211B - Bldg 2, 1st Floor


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21

New Pathways for Conservation Finance
The Conservation Finance Alliance (CFA) presents innovative approaches for financing biodiversity conservation. This event will bring together representatives from different working groups to discuss the role of Environmental Funds in scaling up conservation resources; cutting-edge Innovative Finance mechanisms; and Sustainable Financing of Protected Areas. A number of studies produced by the CFA will also be launched at the event, including: the role of environmental funds and civil society organizations in REDD, the third edition of the Conservation Trust Funds Investment Survey, and the Environmental Funds Tool Kit.
Conservation Finance Alliances- Secretariat, FUNBIO
CI Contact: Jen Morris
Time: 18:15 – 19:45
Location: 18:15 – 19:45


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22

Valuing and Managing Marine Resources for Human Wellbeing
This session will examine the complexities of valuing and managing the oceans for human wellbeing. The importance of the oceans to people will be demonstrated by the first global economic valuation of marine ecosystem services, specifically shoreline protection, recreation and fisheries. The socioeconomic benefits and challenges of management strategies, particularly the increasingly popular marine managed areas, will be discussed based on over 18 MMA experiences worldwide which reveal such benefits as improved income and livelihood opportunities but problems with equity among users and dependence on foreign aid. Finally, the session will discuss the realities of management related to human behavior, particularly the importance of economic incentives based on a global analysis of 15 MMA experiences conducting alternative livelihood programs, buy-outs and conservation agreements.
Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), CI
CI Contact: Rosimeiry Portela
Time: 16:30 – 18:00
Location: Room 234B – Bldg 2 – 3rd Floor


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24

TEEB Report Launch
CI Contact: Rosimeiry Portela


MONDAY, OCTOBER 25

The Role of Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF)
Participants including donor countries/organizations and recipient countries/organizations will discuss the achievement and future roles of CEPF in implementing CBD.
CEPF, CEPF grantee orgs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, CI
CEPF Contact: Patricia Zurita
Time: 13:15 – 14:45
Location: Nagoya City University – offsite location

Where the Wild Things Are: Using the Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool (IBAT) to Understand Where in the World Biodiversity Lies
The Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool (IBAT) for Business provides key decision-makers with access to comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date biodiversity information to support critical business decisions. For the first time, users can access critical biodiversity information at the site level to inform risk assessment procedures for existing and potential operations. This information can inform subsequent steps of the project life cycle and lead to the formation of biodiversity strategies that avoid, minimize and offset potential impacts. Developed through a partnership of global conservation leaders including BirdLife International, Conservation International (CI), the UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), IBAT for Business is the first product of an ambitious vision for improved collection, updating and management of biodiversity data. Get a first hand demonstration of the tool and understand how leading companies, multilaterals and government agencies are using this tool to make critical business decisions.
United Nations Environment Programme’s World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC), Conservation International (CI), BirdLife International, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
CI Contact: Angela Prosek/Conrad Savy (in Japan)
Time: 16:30 – 18:00
Location: Room 235 – Bldg 2 – 3rd Floor

Engaging the CBD to Build on Existing Biofuel Sustainability Initiatives
Guidelines and standards such as those being developed by the Global Bioenergy Partnership (GBEP) and by the Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels (RSB) provide an excellent foundation for the CBD to build on, rather than develop separate criteria for biofuels. The side event will include an overview of existing standards and processes, supported by case study examples that demonstrate their effects on the ground and their linkages with broader land use planning processes such as Responsible Cultivation Areas (RCA) and the 4 step land use assessment framework. Discussions during the side event will address how to engage the CBD and its parties within existing bodies of work (including work by GBEP, RSB and UN-Energy) concerning biofuels and biodiversity impacts. Supporting partners confirmed for this side event are UNEP, RSB, WWF and CI.
International Union for Conservation of Justice (IUCN) (lead), CI
CI Contact: Chris Dragisic
Time: 16:30 – 18:00
Location: Room 231B – Bldg 2 – 3rd Floor


TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26

CEPF Reception and Book Launch (invitation only)
Time: 19:00 – 21:00
Location: Hotel Grand Court Nagoya

Business and Ecosystems Day
Hosted by: IUCN, WBCSD

REDD+ Ministerial Meeting
Follow up of Oslo Climate + Forest Conference
Date: October 26