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La Convention sur la diversité biologique (CDB) est un accord international établi par les Nations Unies pour préserver la diversité biologique du monde entier. La Belgique est devenue membre de la CDB pendant le Sommet de la Terre, à Rio, en 1992.

La CDB possède trois grands objectifs : conserver la biodiversité, favoriser son utilisation durable et assurer un partage équitable des bénéfices liés à l’exploitation des ressources génétiques.

La Convention accorde beaucoup d’importance à l’échange d’informations et à la coopération entre pays. Pour faciliter ces processus, la CDB a mis sur pied un réseau international de partenaires appelé "le Centre d’échange d’informations pour la biodiversité". Ce site web contribue à ce réseau mondial en illustrant les activités effectuées par la Belgique dans le cadre de la CDB.

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Des plantes comme outil de dépollution des eaux et du sol en zone urbaine - Phytoremédiation, entre eau, sol et savoirs partagés ?

Rencontre organisée dans le cadre de la recherche-action participative Brusseau,.


25/04/2019 Belgian One Health Network - Launching Event (Save the Date)

One Health aims to integrate a variety of expertise, including fields concerned with human and animal health, environment, nature, biodiversity, social and economic sciences, and anthropology.

One Health is gaining increased attention, recognition, conceptualizations and challenges, both in the realm of science, policy and society. The aim of the One Health Belgium network is to support collaboration, capacity building and communication among Belgian actors

05/11/2019 Développement durable : au cœur de la politique en Belgique ?

Alors qu’il devrait guider l’ensemble des politiques publiques pour arriver à plus de durabilité, le développement durable reste confiné à la marge dans notre pays. Que faudrait-il faire pour qu’il prenne une position plus centrale dans la politique belge et quelles sont les initiatives nouvelles qui pourraient faire du développement durable le cadre d’une politique plus intégrée et plus efficace ?

24/04/2019 Pre-annoucement: Annual ALTIUS Agrifood Law Seminar

9th edition of the Agrifood Law Seminar by Altius.

14/06/2019 Anniversaire de Natura 2000 - 19 mai 2019 - Han-sur-Lesse

À l’occasion de l’anniversaire de Natura 2000 en mai prochain, le Service Public de Wallonie, organise un événement festif à l’intention du grand public. Avec le réseau Natura 2000 comme trame de fond, le but est de sensibiliser un large public familial aux nombreuses actions menées pour la nature en Belgique, mettant en outre en valeur les personnes qui œuvrent pour elle.

19/05/2019 Resistance is in the air: International interdisciplinary symposium

“Resistance is in the air” is an international research symposium aiming to provide a platform for scholarly dialogue and interdisciplinary exchange, among scholars but also with citizens and activists. It will take place on 25-26 April 2019 in Brussels.

25/04/2019 Lectures on atmosphere, ocean and climate in the 21st century

The Royal Academy for Sciences of Belgium organize evening lectures on ‘Atmosphere, ocean and climate in the 21st century’ on 2 and 9 October 2019. These conferences will take place in the Palais provincial de Namur and will be held in French.

02/10/2019 DSI info day: how will ‘digital sequence information’ (DSI) be addressed under the Convention on Biological Diversity? will we share the benefits on a world-wide scale?

Through the joint effort of ANB (Flanders Agency Nature & Forests), The Belgian Biodiversity Platform, EWI (Flanders Department Economy, Science and Innovation), RBINS (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences) and VLIR (Vlaamse Interuniversitaire Raad) an Info Day on Digital Sequence Information (DSI) in the context of the Convention on Biodiversity will be held on Thursday 9 May 2019.

09/05/2019 Stakeholder Consultation on the Final Evaluation of the EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2020

Less than two years remain until the end of 2020 - the deadline to deliver on the biodiversity targets set by the global Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 and the EU Biodiversity strategy to 2020. Yet, recent reports indicate that humanity is not on track to halt the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services (See reports of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)).

Biodiversity is essential for human wellbeing, the economy, as well as for our society’s capacity to address climate change and to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals.

The EU and its Member States are taking stock of efforts and achievements in their 6th National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Debates are also gaining momentum on the post-2020 global biodiversity framework, as part of the process launched at the 14th UN Biodiversity Conference of the Parties to the CBD in November 2018.

24/05/2019 Conference on “Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services”: A common agenda to 2020 and beyond

Less than two years remain until the end of 2020 - the deadline to deliver on the biodiversity targets set by the global Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 and the EU Biodiversity strategy to 2020. Yet, recent reports indicate that humanity is not on track to halt the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services (See reports of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)).

Biodiversity is essential for human wellbeing, the economy, as well as for our society’s capacity to address climate change and to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals.

The EU and its Member States are taking stock of efforts and achievements in their 6th National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Debates are also gaining momentum on the post-2020 global biodiversity framework, as part of the process launched at the 14th UN Biodiversity Conference of the Parties to the CBD in November 2018.

23/05/2019 The EU Biodiversity Strategy beyond 2020

ALTER-NET and EKLIPSE annouce a three day conference to engage with the post 2020 biodiversity strategy and explore the potential contribution by scientific research.

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