• 연안 돌보기: 연안 습지 복원을 위해 제안된 선언문

    [Read in english] 지난 10월 14일 동아시아 대양주 철새이동경로 파트너십 (EAAFP)는 람사르 협약 사무국, 생물다양성협약(CBD), 국제조류보호협회(Birdlife International)과 협업하여 평창에서 열린 제12차 생물다양성협회 당사국총회(CBD COP12)에서 EAAFP 스파이크 밀링턴 사무국장을 의장으로 ‘연안 돌보기(Caring for Coasts)’를 주제로 서식지 소실에 대해 대책을 촉구하는 새로운 제안(이니셔티브)을 공표했다. 이 자리에서 생물다양성협약(CBD) David Coates 씨는 연안지역에서 일어나는 생태계 서비스와 연안 보전의 중요성을, […]

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  • 동아시아-대양주 철새이동경로상의 이동성물새 생태학적 위기에 처하다

    제12차 생물다양성협약 당사국총회(CBD COP12) 동아시아-대양주 철새이동경로 파트너십(이하 EAAFP) 부대행사 l Read in English l  지난 10월 8일 EAAFP는 동아시아-대양주 철새이동경로상의 이동성 물새가 심각한 생태학적인 위기에 있다는 국제 현황에 관해 평창에서 열린 제12차 생물다양성협약 당사국총회(CBD COP12)에서 부대행사를 개최했다. 동아시아-대양주 철새이동경로(EAAF)상에는 전 세계 45%의 인구와 도요물떼새, 오리기러기, 고니, 백로 및 두루미 등의 이동성 물새들이 있다. 최근 이 […]

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  • Vietnam becomes the 34th Partner of EAAFP

      On October 19th, the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam became the 34th Partner of EAAFP with enthusiastic and unanimous support from all Partners. Vietnam is a very important country for migratory waterbirds, situated at the heart of the Flyway. The Government of Vietnam has been very active in conserving these species and […]

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  • Green Culture Festival in Incheon, South Korea

    On 20 September, with the theme of ‘Welcome to Incheon – City of Migratory Birds’, EAAFP Secretariat participated in the Green Culture Festival (GCF) in Incheon, South Korea. GCF was held by the Incheon Free Economic Zone Authority to promote eco-friendly ways of living to the citizens and the visitors to the Asian Games, held […]

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  • Caring for Coasts: A Proposed New Initiative for Coastal Wetland Restoration

    [Press release on EAAFP Side Event at CBD COP 12 in Pyeongchang] East Asian Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP), together with its Partners – Ramsar Convention Secretariat, CBD Secretariat and Birdlife International – convened a side-event at CBD COP 12 in Pyeongchang, Republic of Korea on 14th October to present a proposed new initiative on coastal wetland restoration, […]

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  • Ecological Crisis for Migratory Waterbirds in EAAF

    [Press release on EAAFP Side Event at CBD COP 12 in Pyeongchang] l Read in Korean l   The East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) held a side-event at the Twelfth Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity at Pyeongchang, Republic of Korea on 8th October to draw attention to the ongoing […]

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  • CBD and EAAFP Sign Partnership Agreement at CBD COP12

    [Press release]   CBD and EAAFP join forces to conserve migratory waterbirds along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway   7 October 2014, Pyeongchang, Korea: Today, the Secretariats of the  East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) and the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) signed a Partnership Agreement to better coordinate efforts to promote and protect migratory waterbird species […]

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  • Celebrating Australia’s wetlands: A showcase of Australian Ramsar sites

    Source by : Australian Government (Department of the Environment)   Australia was one of the first signatories to the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance, known as the Ramsar Convention. As evidence of its leadership and commitment to the Convention, Cobourg Peninsula in the Northern Territory was designated as the world’s first Ramsar wetland in 1974. […]

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  • Migratory shorebirds could face extinction within a decade

    Source by: Wildlife Extra   Migrating shorebirds that travel to Australia from Siberia are under serious threat from development, which is destroying the vital feeding grounds they rely on during the epic journey. Director of Deakin University’s Centre for Integrative Ecology Professor Marcel Klaassen, along with other researchers, is examining the migratory behaviour of shorebirds […]

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  • Migrating birds acting as “early warning system” for habitat loss

    Source by United Nations Radio   The changing habits of birds migrating through Asia is acting as an” early warning system” for the loss of coastal habitats, according to a network of organisations which protects migratory routes. The East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership says that if birds need to change those routes it shows the eco-systems […]

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