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To capture this opportunity, in 1996 gocnhintangphat.com launched the BioTrade Initiative khổng lồ support the objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Since then, the Initiative sầu has developed a unique portfolio of global, regional & country programmes as well as a network of partners & practitioners working in over 65 countries.
BioTrade refers to those activities of collection, production, transformation, and commercialization of goods và services derived from native sầu biodiversity under the criteria of environmental, social and economic sustainability known as the BioTrade Principles and Criteria.
Why trade must be part of the solution to lớn biodiversity loss
Unsustainable trade is behind the biodiversity crisis threatening our existence. But done sustainably, international commerce can help protect our planet’s precious resources.
The sustainable use and trade of indigenous plants has created valuable economic opportunities for 2,500 Namibian women and their communities.
Guidelines to lớn help governments, companies & consumers benefit from sustainable trade in precious plants and animals now include elements such as climate resilience và marine biodiversity.
A new Điện thoại tư vấn khổng lồ action urges countries to make BioTrade a lever for recovery & resilience in the wake of the pandemic.
Conservation of biodiversitySustainable use of biodiversityEquitable sharing of benefits derived from the use of biodiversitySocio-economic sustainabilityCompliance with national & international legislation & agreementsRespect for the rights of actors involved in BioTrade activitiesClarity about lvà tenure, use, và access to lớn natural resources và knowledge
To implement the BioTrade Principles & Criteria, gocnhintangphat.com adopted four different approaches, which are:The “value chain approach”, which involves actors from all parts of the value chain working together khổng lồ achieve sầu agreed goals.The “adaptive management approach”, which allows for corrective measures to lớn be adopted on the basis of ongoing monitoring of impacts.The “ecosystem approach”, which takes a holistic approach to ecological and social issues & the interactions and processes that make up production systems.The "sustainable livelihoods approach", which contributes khổng lồ sustaining livelihoods, in particular of the poor & vulnerable populations.
This tool brings together information related to biodiversity-based initiatives, allowing web4_users to connect with different value chain actors and benchmark their sustainability practices against the BioTrade Principles & Criteria developed by gocnhintangphat.com.
The BioTrade Initiative communicates with partners through this password protected, "CommunityCloud" knowledge-sharing platsize, which is used to nội dung information & relevant documentation amuốn a select number of members.
20trăng tròn is a big year for biodiversity, because under the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) a new Global Biodiversity Framework is being negotiated. This framework will define targets and pathways for the conservation và management of biodiversity for the next decade và beyond.
Since early 2019, consultation workshops & meetings involving all stakeholders have sầu been organized at the national, regional và global levels before its adoption at the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COPhường 15) in Kunming, China in October 20đôi mươi.BioTrade’s Involvement
As the United Nations agency focusing on trade, gocnhintangphat.com is steering, engaging and consulting with BioTrade partners and key stakeholders khổng lồ contribute to lớn the global biodiversity framework. gocnhintangphat.com’s BioTrade Initiative sầu & its partners have been promoting sustainable trade of goods & services derived from native sầu biodiversity under the criteria of environmental, social & economic sustainability. Moreover, gocnhintangphat.com’s role in promoting trade in biodiversity products và services have been reaffirmed for over a decade by its 195 Member States.
BioTrade Principles & Criteria for terrestrial, marine & other aquatic biodiversity-based products and services
Guidelines và Model Clauses on Access và Benefit-Sharing & Biotrade in the Lao People's Democratic Republic