Photo Page for the Fifth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties Serving as the Meeting to the Parties to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (COP/MOP 5)/ Tenth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP 10)
11-15 October and 18-29 October 2010 | Nagoya, Japan
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Montreal Mayor Gérald Tremblay with accompanied by his wife Suzanne Tailleur.
COP 10 posters are strategically posted around the subway system.
L-R: Yo Osumi and Yoshito Asano, Japan
L-R: David Remsen and Samy Gaiji, Global Environment Facility (GBIF)
GENDER MAINSTREAMING IN THE THREE RIO CONVENTIONS: PROMOTING SYNERGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
This side event presented gender mainstreaming in the three Rio Conventions, included an analysis of gaps and challenges for better coordination between the three conventions.
L-R: Lorena Aguilar, IUCN; Marie Aminata Khan, CBD Secretariat; Yoko Watanabe, GEF and Yukic Horie, UNCCD Secretariat
Marie Aminata Khan, CBD Secretariat
Lorena Aguilar, IUCN
L-R: Yoko Watanabe, GEF, and Yukic Horie, UNCCD Secretariat.
Participant posing questions to the panel.
FUTURE POLICY AWARD 2010 CEREMONY:
CBD Executive Secretary Ahmed Djoghlaf
Senior Vice Minister Shoichi Kondo, Ministry of Environment Japan
L-R: Alexandra Wandel and Jakob von Uexkull, World Future Council (WFC)
Peter Cochrane, Australia, wins Silver Award for Australia's Great barrier Reef Marine Park Act.
Costa Rica's Biodiversity Law, proclaimed winner of the Future Policy Award for 2010. Lesbia Sevilla Estrada, Costa Rica, receiving the trophy from H.E. Ambassador Mario Fernandez Silva, Costa Rican ambassador to Japan and Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, WFC.
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