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Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial governments, National Aboriginal Organizations, and a range of stakeholders provided information for the 5th National Report, which was submitted to the Convention in March 2014. Welcome to biodivcanada | biodivcanada Welcome to biodivcanada. Helping protect Canada's biodiversity, while encouraging the sustainable use of our biological resources, is a responsibility that all Canadians can share. First National Report (pdf. version) | Convention on - Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) CBD Institutional Arrangement in Zambia; The Cartegana Protocol on Biosafety; Biodiversity. Biodiversity in Zambia; Biodiversity Projects/ Programmes in Zambia; National Parks and Game Management Areas; Implementation. Legislation related to Biodiversity in Zambia; National Reports and Documents

National Reports are the official documents by which countries report to the decision-making bodies of CMS and/or its instruments on the measures they have undertaken to implement the priorities of the instruments.

Jun 2, 2017 to GEF-eligible Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in their work to develop high quality, data driven sixth national reports  Dec 29, 2018 India today submitted its Sixth National Report (NR6) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) .The report was submitted online to the  The Convention came into force in December 1993. In response to Decision II/17 of the Conference of the Parties, Australia has prepared its first national report 

Nov 23, 2006 NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY STRATEGY AND ACTION PLAN AND THE Development of indicators for the fifth national report on the CBD 

Welcome to biodivcanada. Helping protect Canada's biodiversity, while encouraging the sustainable use of our biological resources, is a responsibility that all Canadians can share. First National Report (pdf. version) | Convention on - Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) CBD Institutional Arrangement in Zambia; The Cartegana Protocol on Biosafety; Biodiversity. Biodiversity in Zambia; Biodiversity Projects/ Programmes in Zambia; National Parks and Game Management Areas; Implementation. Legislation related to Biodiversity in Zambia; National Reports and Documents Reporting and requirements for Sixth National Report to CBD National Reports • Convention enjoins upon Parties to present reports to CoP on measures taken for implementation of Convention and their effectiveness in meeting Convention’sobjectives. • National reporting is a continuing requirement. • Five cycles of national reporting have been completed. • India submitted NR 5 in March 2014. NR 6 Fifth National Report on Biodiversity - IUCN program on biodiversity conservation in general and the preparation of the fifth national report on biodiversity in particular. Special thanks are conveyed to the National Biodiversity Committee and various national institutions from the government agencies, non government organizations, academia, as

Jun 27, 2005 1. THIRD NATIONAL REPORT. TO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (CBD). NAMIBIA. PREPARED FOR. THE GOVERNMENT 

Third National Report to the CBD | Convention on Biological Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) CBD Institutional Arrangement in Zambia; The Cartegana Protocol on Biosafety; Biodiversity. Biodiversity in Zambia; Biodiversity Projects/ Programmes in Zambia; National Parks and Game Management Areas; Implementation. Legislation related to Biodiversity in Zambia; National Reports and Documents Access and Benefit-Sharing Clearing-House - CBD Commission notice — Guidance document on the scope of application and core obligations of Regulation (EU) No 511/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the compliance measures for users from the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilisation in the Union National Reports | CMS National Reports are the official documents by which countries report to the decision-making bodies of CMS and/or its instruments on the measures they have undertaken to implement the priorities of the instruments.