Activity 3: Facilitate information exchange

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Component 1: Facilitate information exchange on mitigation and adaptation

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Component 2: Facilitate information exchange on coral reefs

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Component 3: Facilitate information exchange on migratory species

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  • Include provisions on exchange of information on substantial threats to migratory species in CMS Agreements: CMS Article 5(l)
Component 4: Facilitate information exchange on World Heritage sites

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  • Encourage World Heritage site mangers to feed back their expertise at the global (World Heritage Convention) level, such as by developing case studies on best practices and lessons learned to be shared with other site mangers: World Heritage Decision 30 COM 7.1, 8 and WHC-06/30.COM/7.1 (Strategy to assist States Parties to implement appropriate management responses) SEE COMMENTARY 6

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Author Commentary 1

World Heritage Decision 31 COM 7.1, 4 and WHC-07/31.COM/7.1 : This refers to II.B. Synergies with Other International Conventions and Organizations. WHC Decision 31 COM 7.1, 6 recommends to read WHC-07/31.COM/7.1 in conjunction with the report on “Predicting and managing the impacts of Climate Change on World Heritage”, WHC-06/30.COM/7.1, II, and the “Strategy to assist States Parties to implement appropriate management responses”, WHC-06/30.COM/7.1, Annex 4.

Author Commentary 2

KP Decision 1/CMP.2, 40 : This refers to parties not included in Annex I to the UNFCCC.

Author Commentary 3

CBD Decision VII/5, 5
CBD Decision VII/5, Annex I
This refers to subparagraph 2(a)(i) of Appendix 1, Specific Work Plan on Coral Bleaching. The action is identified as being of highest priority for implementation. , The information is to be provided to the CBD Secretariat through the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network.

Author Commentary 4

CBD Decision VII/5, 5
CBD Decision VII/5, Annex I
This refers to subparagraph 2(a)(ii) of Appendix 1, Specific Work Plan on Coral Bleaching. The action is identified as being of highest priority for implementation. Information is to be disseminated through the Clearing House Mechanism.

Author Commentary 5

CBD Decision VII/5, 5
CBD Decision VII/5, Annex I
This refers to subparagraph 2(a)(iii) of Appendix 1, Specific Work Plan on Coral Bleaching. The action is identified as being of highest priority for implementation.

Author Commentary 6

World Heritage Decision 30 COM 7.1, 8 and WHC-06/30.COM/7.1 : This refers to II. D. Collaboration, cooperation, and sharing best practices and knowledge 21.c) ii). The main objective of the Strategy to Assist States Parties to Implement Appropriate Management Responses is to review the main topics that should be considered when preparing to implement preventive and/or collective management responses to deal with the adverse impacts of climate change, II. A. Preamble: Objectives and requirements, 12.