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National report on biological diversity, Latvia

National report on biological diversity, Latvia

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Published by United Nations Development Programme .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13215769M
ISBN 109984919420
ISBN 109789984919423
OCLC/WorldCa42619870

Title: The Convention on Biological Diversity. Category: International Treaty. Date: References: General Description: Objectives. The overall objectives of the Convention were to establish a means for the conservation of biological diversity, the sustainable use of its components and the fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising out of the utilisation of . Latvia is known for the high level of its biological and landscape diversity. Rare species of flora and fauna are still to be found here as the natural habitat provides ideal living conditions. Large areas of bogs, meadows, wetland forests and coastal lagoons unique in Europe are also a part of the Latvian landscape.

OECD publications on biodiversity draw on insights and experiences from a range of countries to develop good practices on various issues. These include, among others, the effective design and implementation of policy instruments to promote biodiversity conservation and sustainable use, how to mainstream biodiversity across sectors and policy areas, scaling up finance for . Background The submission of national reports is a formal obligation for Parties under the Convention on Biological Diversity. National reports are required to outline the measures the Party has taken to implement the Convention and the effectiveness of these measures in meeting the Convention’s objectives (Article 26 of the Convention).

Centre for Disease Prevention and Control of Latvia (), National Report ( data) to the EMCDDA by the Reitox National Focal Point. Latvia: new developments, trends and in-depth information on selected issues. Riga: Centre for Disease Prevention and Control of Latvia. 4. 1. The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity is providing this brief report for the information of the fifteenth regular session of the Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (CGRFA). The report covers activities since the 14th session of .


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Elaborated, e.g. the first National Programme on Biological Diversity was adopted by the Government in At the moment the Environmental Policy Concept is the actual and the most important environmental planning document in force also covering biodiversity protection issues.

status in Latvia. In the first report on the conservation status of the bird species was elaborated, e.g. the first National Programme on Biological Diversity was adopted by the Government in At the moment the Environmental Policy Concept are the.

Annual Report. The Center for Biological Diversity had some extraordinary moments in our counter-protest at the armed occupation of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, our securing of 27 million acres of protected habitat for endangered species, our achievement — along with local Arizona partners — of superstar status for El Jefe the American jaguar.

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. Fifth National Report to The Convention on Biological Diversity - Norway 3 Norway’s red lists ( Norwegian Red List for Species and Norwegian Red List for Ecosystems and Habitat Types), the Norwegian Nature Index and the National Forest Inventory are the most important sources of information for assessing status and progress.

Biodiversity is not evenly distributed, rather it varies greatly across the globe as well as within regions. Among other factors, the diversity of all living things depends on temperature, precipitation, altitude, soils, geography and the presence of other study of the spatial distribution of organisms, species and ecosystems, is the science of biogeography.

NATIONAL REPORT LATVIA Authors: T Gr ī Baltic Studies Centre ālis Tisenkopfs, Mi ķ vi ņš, Ilona Kunda, Sanda Š ū: elis mane. National Policy on Biological Diversity - (), including 20 species, ISBN National reports The objective of national reporting, as specified in Article 26 of the Convention on Biological Diversity, is to provide information on measures taken for the implementation of the Convention and the effectiveness of these measures.

The National Strategy for the Conservation of AustraliaÕs Biological Diversity, to which each State and Territory is a signatory, provides the framework for AustraliaÕs implementation of the measures in the Convention on Biological Diversity.

The goal of the Strategy is to protect biological diversity and maintain ecological processes and. FrankJr. Professor of Science, Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Biological diversity must be treated more seriously as a global resource, to be indexed, used, and above all, circumstances conspire to give this matter an unprecedented urgency. Summary: This is Brazil's first national report for the Convention of Biological Diversity.

The report explains the balance between the interests of countries, which are sources of, and conserve, biological diversity (Brazil and other tropical countries) and the nations that are principally users of such biodiversity (the industrialised countries, consumers of the products of biodiversity and.

Thematic sector materials for Biological diversity III General situation in Latvia concerning the introduction of Convention “On Biological diversity” In Latvia signed Rio-de-Janeiro Convention from “On Biological diversity”.

This convention obliges its members to develop or adapt national activities both in legal. National Reports Article 26 of the Convention states that the objective of national reporting is to provide information on measures taken for the implementation of the Convention and the effectiveness of these measures.

This report on Belizean Ecosystems and vegetation types was produced as part of the Central American Ecosystems Map (Worldbank/CCAD) and recognizes 86 different ecosystems for Belize. Meerman & Sabido, Feasibility Study of the Northern Biological Corridor. Details the potential of a Biological Corridor through Northern Belize.

largest river – Daugava, total length of km: km in Latvia Biological diversity: 18 wild animals, including vertebrate species plant species species of fungi 63 fish species registered in Latvia’s waters, 34 of which are important to industry % of Latvia’s territory has been classified as specially protected.

Country Report Latvia 3 Age groups According to(an organisation that supports the development of volunteering in Latvia), most people engaging in volunteering are between 15 and 25 years old.

But persons in the 30 to 50 year old age group also participate in File Size: KB. within the framework of the project Anti-discrimination and Diversity training.

The basic anti-discrimination seminar was held on November in Riga, attracting 29 participants from NGOs and trade unions. The diversity management seminar took place on 8. Raina Ņikiforova Infectology Centre of Latvia Inga Martinova Latvia State Centre for Forensic Medical Examination Please use the following citation: The Centre of Health Economics ().

National Report ( data) to the EMCDDA by the Reitox National Focal Point. Latvia: new developments, trends and in-depth information on.

The Center for Biological Diversity's new report, Slow Road to Zero: a Report Card on U.S. Supermarkets' Path to Zero Food Waste, looks at the leading grocery companies, which are making progress yet fail to make the grade in fighting food waste. Latvian national laws and other legislative acts only regulate the legal order of marriage.

Article of the Constitution of the Republic of Latvia stipulates that the State protects and supports marriage – a union between a man and a woman – the .5th National Report to Convention on Biological Diversity (), including 12 species, ISBN National Forum on Biodiversity - Monday, SeptemDiversity at Risk: The Global Perspective, Part II (U-matic Videotape) Box 1 of 2 National Forum on Biodiversity - Tuesday, SeptemHow is Biodiversity Monitored and Protected, Part I (U-matic Videotape).