Activity 11: Manage agricultural biodiversity

Below are the global and regional obligations in this activity:
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Component 1: Implement management programmes

Directly relevant obligations and commitments

Component 2: Provide information on managing IAS

Indirectly relevant obligations and commitments

  • Submit case studies on mainstreaming agricultural biodiversity into plans, programmes and strategies: CBD Decision VI/5, 3
  • Conduct and provide case studies based on different land management options: CBD Decision IV/6, 4
  • Identify and promote sustainable agricultural practices that will reduce the negative impacts on biological diversity: CBD Decision IV/6, 4

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Author Commentary 1

CBD Decision VI/5, 11
CBD Decision VI/5, Annex II
The most relevant programme element for the plan of action for the International Pollinators Initiative is Programme element 2: adaptive management. The most relevant activity of this programme element is 2.1 c (ii), which specifically addresses the impacts of IAS on pollinators.

Author Commentary 2

CBD Decision V/5, 4
CBD Decision V/5, Annex
The most relevant programme element from the programme of work on agricultural ecosystems is Programme element 2: adaptive management.