Tag Archive: IIFB

Dec 03

IIFB- SBSTTA 20- Pollinators, Pollination and Food Production

Final Statement: SBSTTA 20 agenda Item 7 Download the statement Implications of the IPBES Assessment on Pollinators, Pollination and Food production for the Work of the Convention Madam. Chair, this statement is made on behalf of International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (IIFB) We thank the Secretariat for preparing the document SBSTTA/20/09, and welcome the document. …

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Dec 03

IIFB- SBSTTA 20- Synthetic Biology

STATEMENT OF THE IIFB – SBSTTA AGENDA ITEM 6 – SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY Download this statement I am speaking on behalf of the International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (IIFB). We thank the Secretariat for preparing the document UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/20/8. IIFB would like to note that Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities, are concerned with the   increasing development and …

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May 10

IIFB-SBSTTA 20- Invasive Species

INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS FORUM ON BIODIVERSITY STATEMENT ON AGENDA ITEM 5 INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES: ADDRESSING THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH TRADE; BIOLOGICAL CONTROL; AND DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS Download PDF File Mr/Madam Chair, I am speaking on behalf of the International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (IIFB). We thank the Secretariat for preparing the documents in relation to Invasive …

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May 10

IIFB-SBSTTA 20- Item 4 Marine and Coastal Biodiversity

INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS FORUM ON BIODIVERSITY STATEMENT ON AGENDA ITEM 4 Download PDF File The IIFB first acknowledges the traditional people of this place, the Kanien Keha; ka, members of the Haudenosaunee, keepers of the eastern door. We thank their senior members past, present and future, for their custodianship. This statement is made on behalf of …

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Mar 15

IIFB- WG8j9- Declaration on the INFORMED CONSENT

WG8j9 Indigenous Peoples, we reaffirm our status as such, are the holders of traditional knowledge, based on the right of ownership of our ancestral territories, and thus access to traditional knowledge, they must follow the rules and principles based on customary laws. Free Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) should be binding, and further developed through …

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