In a week’s time, the 13th Meeting of Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Sepcies of Wild Animals (CMS COP 13) will be kick-started between 15 and 22 February, 2020 in Gandhinagar, India. As the environmental treaty under United Nations, CMS provides a global platform for the conservation and sustainable use of migratory animals and their habitats. Some of EAAFP Partners are going to be actively engaged in this big event. The EAAFP is summarizing the side events of EAAFP Partners during the Conference.
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|SIDE EVENT (17/02/20, MON)||ORGANIZERS||SLOT||ROOM|
|A Call for Global Species Conservation Action in the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework||IUCN||12:45-13:30||1|
|Bridging Information of Wetlands and Waterbirds –Wetlands International-GIZ||Wetlands International South Asia Office||13:45-14:30||1|
|SIDE EVENT (18/02/20, TUE)||ORGANIZERS||SLOT||ROOM|
|Generating Actionable Knowledge for the Effective Protection of Marine Migratory Species||BirdLife International||12:45-13:30||3|
|Safeguarding connectivity: from bird data to management tools||Wetlands International, BirdLife International||12:45-13:30||3|
|Beyond Ecologically Connectivity: Building a Network of Sites, People and Institutions||ICF, IUCN WCPA CCSG||13:45-14:30||2|
|Reducing impacts of poison on migratory birds from agricultural chemicals and poison baits||ICF||18:15-19:00||3|
|The Road Ahead: Toyota and the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species towards the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework||IUCN||18:15-19:00||1|
|Climate Change Adaptation: How can migratory species survive?||CMS||18:15-19:00||2|
|SIDE EVENT (19/02/20, WED)||ORGANIZERS||SLOT||ROOM|
|Conservation of the Black-necked Crane :current status and possible courses of action||ICF, BirdLife International WWF International,||12:45-13:30||2|
|Migratory species and ecological connectivity :opportunities for cross-boundary collaboration through the emerging UN Ocean Treaty||BirdLife International||12:45-13:30||4|
|Towards eradication of illegal killing, taking and trade of wild birds||CMS, AMBI/CAFF, BirdLife International||13:45-14:30||1|
|Connecting Wetlands and Migratory Species: Connectivity and the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework||Ramsar, CMS||18:15-19:00||3|
|India and the Arctic Migratory Birds Initiative (AMBI): for the Conservation of Threatened Arctic Breeding Shorebirds Wintering in India||AMBI/CAFF||18:15-19:00||5|
|SIDE EVENT (20/02/20, THU)||ORGANIZERS||SLOT||ROOM|
|Connected energy solutions for a connected world: rapidly reconciling renewable energy investment with biodiversity conservation||BirdLife International||12:45-13:30||3|
|Addressing the Impact of Linear Infrastructure on Migratory Species||CMS||13:45-14:30||4|
|Using sensitivity mapping to avoid conflict between birds and renewable energy infrastructure in India and Asia||BirdLife International||18:15-19:00||3|