Registration is closed.
|Date||10 October 2009|
|Time||10:00 to 17:30 (registration starts from 9:30)|
|Location||United Nations University Headquarters, U Thant Hall, Tokyo, Japan|
|Organised by||Japan Committee for IUCN (IUCN-J)|
|Co-Organised by||Nature Conservation Society of Japan, WWF-Japan, Wild Bird Society of Japan, Nippon Keidanren Committee for Nature Conservation, Biodiversity Network Japan, Conservation International Japan, and Bird life Asia|
|Co-Sponsor||United Nations University (UNU)|
|Supported by||Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Environment of Japan|
|UNU-IAS Contact||Fumiko Nakao, Satoyama Initiative|
Description of Event:
The 10th Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP10) is scheduled for October 2010 in Nagoya, Japan. Preparations are underway not only by the Japanese Government, but also researchers, local governments, and Japanese citizens as the host country to welcome 192 countries to discuss, propose and agree on post-2010 target and framework for the effective implementation of CBD. The Japan Committee for IUCN is organising an international symposium on post biodiversity 2010 target and the Asia vision, which will kick-start the series of events that will take place in the lead up to COP10. This symposium has invited both international and Japanese speakers and experts to celebrate the one-year before COP10 and to discuss options for the post-2010 target and framework.
Simultaneous English-Japanese interpretation will be provided
This symposium is supported by the Japan Fund for Global Environment of the Environmental Restoration and Conservation Agency and Keidanren Nature Conservation Fund.
Registration: Registration is free and open to the public. Seats are limited.
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with Name, Organisation and
For further information please contact:
Teppei Dohke, Secretary General, Japan Committee for IUCN
Reiko Ishiguro, Programme Officer for CBD COP10/MOP5, Japan Committee for IUCN email@example.com
c/o Nature Conservation Society of Japan
1-16-10 Shinkawa, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0033
Tel +81-3-3553-4109 / Fax +81-3-3553-0139