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Planning and operation of support programs for the implementation of the convention on biological diversity
The Convention on Biological Diversity(CBD) aims to enhance intrinsic value of biological diversity through promoting conservation, sustainable use of its component, and fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising out of the utilization of genetic resources. Republic of Korea, as a party, developed 3rd national biodiversity action plan and strategies to implement CBD at national level. To effectively implement decisions along the convention, this study aims to support and follow-up the Korea’ implementation on CBD through analyzing recent international discussions and negotiations in major meetings, supporting to enhance financial resources for biodiversity, developing bilateral cooperation with developing countries, and promoting biodiversity network with diverse stakeholders.
Through participating three major formal meetings in CBD, including SBSTTA20, SBI1, IPBES 4th plenary and COP13, this study was able to analyze major discussions and key-factors throughout decisions. Furthermore, we posed Korea’s legislative/political tasks through defining Korea’s position on each negotiations. In specific, subjects including international progress towards the implementation of strategic plan for biodiversity 2011-2020 and the achievement of Aichi Biodiversity Targets, Biodiversity mainstreaming, Resource mobilization, capacity building, and cooperation among the conventions were analyzed and reviewed.
As a second task, this study analyzed local government’s finance, relevant to conservation of biodiversity, to support to develop policy tools for the target 3 of the 3rd nat