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International and national regime of biodiversity conservation

International and national regime of biodiversity conservation

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Published by National Biodiversity Authority in Chennai .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by S. Kannaiyan, K. Venkataraman.
ContributionsKannaiyan, S. 1944-, Venkataraman, K., 1955-, National Biodiversity Authority (India)
The Physical Object
Pagination260 p. ;
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23213831M
LC Control Number2009311128

The biodiversity regime was officially formed in as a result of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) (Chasek, Downie and Brown ). Regimes for biodiversity conservation or biodiversity regimes exist as part of international environmental regimes. biological diversity or biodiversity, the number of species in a given habitat. Scientists have variously estimated that there are from 3 to 30 million extant species, of which million have been classified, including , insects, 41, vertebrates, and , plants; the remainder are invertebrates, fungi, algae, and microorganisms.

Such an approach is presented by the National Strategy for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity (hereinafter referred to as the National Strategy), along with the Action Programme. It follows up and builds on the analogous document which the Council of Ministers approved on 25 February   S hortfalls and Solutions for Meeting National and Global Conservation Area Targets. Governments have committed to conserving 17% of terrestrial and 10% of marine environments globally, especially areas of particular importance for biodiversity through ecologically representative Protected Area (PA) systems or other area-based conservation .

organization (NGO) personnel engaged in biodiversity conservation pro-grams. Indigenous peoples might also benefit from the report´s presentation of tools to seeking international funding for biodiversity-related activities in their ancestral territories. In File Size: 5MB. This chapter explores key normative features of the legal and institutional framework for areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) and their applicability to the conservation of marine biodiversity. It considers gaps and disconnects in that framework and global and regional initiatives to develop the legal and institutional framework for conservation and sustainable use Author: Robin Warner.


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A New Regime for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biodiversity and Genetic Resources Beyond the Limits of National Jurisdiction in The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law Author: Louise Angélique de La Fayette 1Cited by: Biodiversity-related conventions work to implement actions at the national, regional and international level in order to reach shared goals of conservation and sustainable use.

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The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), known informally as the Biodiversity Convention, is a multilateral Convention has three main goals including: the conservation of biological diversity (or biodiversity); the sustainable use of its components; and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from genetic resources.

In other words, its objective is to develop Context: Environmentalism, Biodiversity conservation. Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge is a part of the series of People and Plants manuals on ethnobotany and biodiversity conservation. It is an essential guide to best-practice biodiversity conservation at the community level for fledgling and experienced researchers alike.

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This political science study of the negotiation process applies several perspectives drawn from international relations theories, while also focusing on the implementation of. PDF | The current regime governing Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ) as a global commons has resulted in overutilization of fisheries resources | Find, read and.

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If a regional policy and legal regime for the conservation of biodiversity and associated. This theme seems relevant in light of the recently commenced negotiations on a new international legally binding instrument (ILBI) under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), aimed at the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ) - where UNCLOS is the once and Cited by:   International Liability Regime for Biodiversity Damage.

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Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Taylor And Francis. Conservation biology is the management of nature and of Earth's biodiversity with the aim of protecting species, their habitats, and ecosystems from excessive rates of extinction and the erosion of biotic interactions.

It is an interdisciplinary subject drawing on natural and social sciences, and the practice of natural resource management.: The conservation ethic is. This regime refers to a scenario that anticipates both the potential degradation and the conservation of biodiversity thanks to adapted management practices.

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Terrestrial biodiversity is usually greater near the equator, which is the result of the warm climate and high primary productivity. Biodiversity is not distributed evenly on Earth, and is richest in the tropics.