Activity 1: Communicate on sustainable use

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

Directly relevant obligations and commitments

  • Cooperate with other States and international organizations in developing educational and public awareness programmes with respect to conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity: CBD Article 13 (b)
  • Facilitate the exchange of information relevant to the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity, taking into account the special needs of developing countries: CBD Article 17.1
  • Share details of wildlife trade policy reviews with other Parties: CITES Decision 14.22
  • Make use of the media to promote public education and awareness about the importance of conservation and sustainable use: CBD Decision IV/10, B 3
  • Exchange information and experience on measures taken to implement Articles 6 and 8: CBD Decision II/7,1SEE COMMENTARY 1
  • Report case studies that describe both positive and negative exprinces in the implementation and outcomes of sustainable use programmes: AEWA Resolution 3.19

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Author Commentary 1

CBD Decision II/7, 1
Article 6 provides for measures for conservation and sustainable use and Article 8 is concerned with in situ conservation, including sustainable use.