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COP10 PreConference

Goal
The overall goal of this PreCOP10 meeting is to provide further input into the new strategic plan of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), proposed to delegates for adoption at COP10. The first three sessions will be around the three proposed strategic goals of this CBD strategic plan. Each session will discuss the proposed biodiversity targets for 2020, and think about indicators to evaluate progress against these new 2020 targets.
 
 
Organizer 
Ministry of the Environment, Japan, DIVERSITAS, Secretariat of CBD, Nagoya University
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Senior Vice-Minister of the Environment, Japan
 
Venue 
Toyoda Auditorium, Higashiyama Campus, Nagoya University, Furo-chou Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, Aichi 464-8601, Japan
 
 
 
Summary
 
 
Program
 
Day 1: March 21st
 
Chiar: Tetsukazu Yahara (Professor, Kyushu University)
Opening remarks  
Isseis Tajima (Senior Vice-Minister of the Environment, Japan)
Michinari Hamaguchi (President, Nagoya University, Japan)
Harold Mooney (Chair, Scientific Commeittee DIVERSITAS; Professor, Stanford University, USA) 
Keynote address

 Tittle

 Document

 Speaker

Toward a new stratefic plan for the Convention on Biological Diversity

Doc.1 (6.7MB)

David Cooper (Scretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, S-CBD)

New mechanisms to support the Convention on Biological Diversity

Doc.2 (1.1MB)

Anne Larigauderie (Executive Director, DIVERSITAS)

Science-policy dialog
Chair: Naoki Adachi (CEO, Response Ability Inc., Japan)
Japanese policy and actions toward CBD COP10 -for improving science- policy interface-  Doc.3 (186KB)
・Issei Tajima (Senior Vice-Minister of the Environment, Japan)
Toward an Intergovermental Science- Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)
Doc.4 (891KB)
Panel Members:
・Issei Tajima (Senior Vice-Minister of the Environment, Japan)
・Anantha Duraiappah (Executive Director, International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change, IHDP)
・Margaret Palmer (Professor, University of Maryland; Director, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, USA)
・Harold Mooney (Chair, Scientific Committee DIVERSITAS;Professor, Stanford University,USA)
・Mark Lonsdale (Chief Scientist, Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organization [CSIRO], Australia)

Session 1: Acting on the causes of biodiversity loss: indirect drivers

Developing collaboration between citizens, companies, and the Government: Japanese challenges for symbiotic society
Doc.5 (8.1MB)
Tetsukazu Yahara (Professor, Kyushu University, Japan)
Naoki Adachi (CEO, Response Ability Inc., Japan)
Acting on indirect drivers: Experience from the EU
Doc.6 (1.2MB)
Ybele Hoogeveen (European Environment Agency, Denmark)
Governance and institutions
Doc.7-1 (2.0MB)
Doc.7-2 (94KB)
Philippe Le Prestre (Professor, University of Laval, Canada)
Public perception & understanding
Doc.8 (1.5MB)
Thomas Elmqvist (Professor, University of Stockholm, Sweden)

Session 1: Panel reflecting on proposed targets and indicators to address direct drivers
                           Chair: David Cooper (Scretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, S-CBD)

Session 1 panel discussion Doc.9 (295KB)

Panel Members:
all session 1 Speakers

 
 
 
Day 2: March 22st
 
Keynote address

Tittle

Document

Speaker

Biodiversity futures for the 21st century: the Global Biodiversity Outlook-3 (GBO-3) of the Convention on Biological Diversity Doc.10 (1.9GB) Paul Leadley (Professor, University of Paris-Sud XI, France)
Session 2: Acting on the causes of biodiversity loss: direct drivers
Reducing pressure on freshwater systems Doc.11 (4.7MB) Margaret Palmer (Professor, University of Maryland; Director, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, USA)
Reducing the impact of direct drivers of biodiversity change in Japan (Japanese Biodiversity Outlook) Doc.12 (1.4MB) Tohru Nakashizuka (Professor, Tohoku University, Japan)
Reducing the impact of direct drivers of biodiversity change in the SE Asian region Doc.13 (2.8MB) Rodrigo Fuentes (Executive Director, ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity, The Philippines)
Session 2: Panel reflecting on proposed targets and indicators to address direct drivers
Chair: Robert scholes (CSIR-Environmentek, Natural Resources and Environment, S-Africa)
 
Reducing pressure on mountain systems
 
 
Promoting sustainable agriculture
 
Controlling invasive species
Doc.14 (320KB)
Panel Members:
・Eva Spehn (Director, Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment, DIVERSITAS; University of Basel, Switzerland)
・Lijbert Brussaard (Professor, University of Wageningen, The Netherlands)
・Mark Lonsdale (Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organization [CSIRO], Australia)
Session 3: Promoting direct action to safeguard and restore biodiversity and related ecosystem services
The Satoyama Initiative Doc.15 (18MB) Kazuhiko Takeuchi (Professor, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Vice-Rector, United Nations University)
Managing for ecosystem services; the S-African experience Doc.16 (1.8MB) Robert Scholes (CSIR-Environmentek, Natural Resources and Environment, S-Africa)
Systematic conservation planning Doc.17 (349KB) Daniel Faith (The Australian Museum, Australia)
Session 3: Panel reflecting on proposed targets and indicators to promote direct action
Chair: Anantha Duraiappah (Executive Director, International Human
Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change, IHDP)
 
Improving status of genetic diversity in agriculture & Restoring agro-ecosystems
 
Restoring fisheries
 
Enhancing the role of biodiversity in Greenhouse gas sequestration
Doc.18 (666KB)
Panel Members:
・Lijbert Brussaard (Professor, University of Wageningen, The Nertherlands)
 
・Hiroyuki Matsuda (Professor, Yokohama National University, Japan)
・Sandra Diaz (Professor, University of Cordoba, Argentina)
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