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The BBNJ treaty also known as the “Treaty of the High Seas”, is an international agreement on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction. This new instrument is being developed within the framework of the United Convention on the Law of…
Change of hosting country for COP15
Initially, the UN discussions aimed at striking a deal about the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework were planned in Kunming, China. Due to the China’s zero-Covid policy, the negotiations to set the global policy for the next decade will be held in Montreal, Canada, between December 5-17. China…
Ninth session of the Plenary of IPBES, 3 to 9 July 2022
The ninth session of the Plenary of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES 9) is planned to be held in Bonn, Germany, from 3 to 9 July 2022. IPBES is unique – harnessing the best expertise from across all scientific disciplines and knowledge…
Political Monitoring of 23 June is out ! You can find the PDF version here De Kamer / La Chambre 1. 14/06/2022 | Environment committee | Question on page 9 Question de Patrick Prévot à Zakia Khattabi sur "Le commerce d'insectes" Vraag van Patrick Prévot aan Zakia Khattabi over "De handel in…
Biodiversity questions and discussions in Belgian and European Parliaments
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Virtual conference organised by Dr. Zacharopoulou, EU Parliament Rapporteur for the new EU-Africa Stratey, and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).
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The COP 26 UN Climate Change Conference, hosted by the UK in partnership with Italy, will take place from 31 October to 12 November 2021 in the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow, UK.

In light of the worldwide effects of COVID-19, the COP Bureau of the UNFCCC, with the UK and its Italian

De Belgische milieuprestaties onder de loep
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Discover tools that can be used to support the operationalisation of the GBF.
Getting prices right
Cet événement s’inscrit dans le cadre des premiers résultats d’une étude menée par l’IEEP, « Green taxation to build fairer, more resilient economies »