Biodiversity and sustainable utilization of biological resources by National Conference on "Sustainable Utilization of Biological Resources" (2001 Dept. of Botany, Dr. H.S. Gour Visvavidyalaya) Download PDF EPUB FB2
Sustainable Use of Biodiversity - CBD. Biological Diversity and Sustainable Resources Use includes interesting overviews and original case studies, mainly focused on socio-economical effects of the right management of the ecosystems biodiversity.
Get this from a library. Biodiversity and sustainable utilization of biological resources. [T R Sahu; P K Sahu; Doctor Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya. Department of Botany.;] -- With reference to India; contributed papers presented at the National Conference on "Sustainable Utilization of Biological Resources.
Sustainable Use of Biodiversity. Sustainable Use of Biodiversity. To use biodiversity in a sustainable manner means to use natural resources at a rate that the Earth can renew them. It’s a way to ensure that we meet the needs of both present and future generations.
As the human population increases, so does the pressure on ecosystems, since we draw ever more resources. Over the past five decades, extensive research work has been done on many aspects of biodiversity conservation and sustainable utilization of biological resources.
This book Author: Jeyabalan Sangeetha, Devarajan Thangadurai, Goh Hong Ching, Saher Islam. "The book entitled "Biodiversity and Sustainable Utilization of Biological Resources" is a result of National Conference on sustainable utilization of biological resources, held, during March.
Sustainable Use of Biodiversity To use biodiversity in a sustainable manner means to use natural resources at a rate that the Earth can renew them.
It’s a way to ensure that we meet the needs of both present and future generations. As human population increases, so does the pressure on ecosystems,since we draw ever more resources.
Biological diversity plays an essential role in maintaining life-support systems and quality of life, and provides key resources and services for the economy. Its preservation is key to a sustainable development. The indicators here show threatened species, protected areas, forest resources.
Kew’s work contributes to the three objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD); the conservation of biodiversity, the sustainable use of its components, and the fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising from access to genetic resources.
Introduction. According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, 40% of the world's economy is based directly and indirectly on the use of biological resources. It is therefore not surprising that sustainable use of biological diversity is one of the three objectives set out in the Convention’s first article, and that Decision V/24 frames sustainable use.
Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity. Article 11 of Convention on Biological Diversity has emphasized on this issue by stating: “Each contracting party shall, as far as possible and as appropriate, adopt economically and socially sound measures that act as incentives for the conservation and sustainable use components of biological diversity.”.
The European Biodiversity Strategy considers the objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity in the horizontal areas of a) conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, b) sharing of benefits arising out of the utilisation of genetic resources.
Biodiversity is being viewed in the context of sustainable development offers opportunities for poverty eradication, human well-being and the livelihood and socio-cultural integrity of people and. A reduction in biodiversity diminishes the capacity of ecosystems to provide a stable and sustainable supply of essential goods and services such as clean air and water and also reduces genetic variability, which could potentially decrease the amount of natural resources available for future use.
Fiesta Warinwa5 Philip Lenaiyasa5 and Daudi Sumba5. 2Ministry of Education Nairobi Kenya,3Chepkoilel University College Eldoret Kenya. 4REAPS Consult Ltd Nairobi Kenya,5African Wildlife Foundation Nairobi Kenya.
2 Biological Diversity and Sustainable Resources Use. Bearable Equitable,Sustainable. Biodiversity II reinforces the idea that the conservation of our biological resources is within reach as long as we pool resources; better coordinate the efforts of existing institutions--museums, /5(4).
The Sustainable Development Goal 15 of the Agenda for Sustainable Development is devoted to “protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity.
A/RES/69/ - Development of an international legally binding instrument under UNCLOS on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national.
In order to address the linkage between biodiversity conservation and its sustainable use, the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) introduced as one of its three objectives the fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising out of the utilization of genetic resources with those providing such resources.
SUSTAINABLE USE OF BIODIVERSITY PAGES 16–17 FACTS AND FIGURES PAGES 18–43 FAO’S FIELDS OF WORK on natural resources and ecosystems. BIODIVERSITY PLAYS A CRUCIAL ROLE IN FOOD SECURITY, NUTRITION, LIVELIHOODS restoration of biological diversity File Size: 2MB.
united nations the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction a technical abstract of. biological resources for physical and spiritual sustenance. Biodiversity ultimately provides us with a source of food, medicines, materials and opportunities.
The earth’s biological resources are vital to humanity’s economic and social development. As a result, there is a growing recognition that biological diversity.
The mission of NBA is to ensure effective implementation of Biological Diversity Act, and the Biological Diversity Rules for conservation of biodiversity, sustainable use of its components and fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising out of utilization of genetic resources.
Sustainable use Definition. Sustainable use means the use of components of biological diversity in a way and at a rate that does not lead to the long-term decline of biological diversity, thereby maintaining its potential to meet the needs and aspirations of present and future generations.
Convention on Biological Diversity. Strategies for sustainable use of land and biological resources, and for returning something of the value of biodiversity to developing countries, require greater scientific scrutiny.
Finally, research on the restoration and utilization. The Convention of Biological Diversity provides a global legal framework for action on biodiversity It is a key instrument to promote sustainable development and tackle the global loss of biodiversity.
Biodiversity can be measured through the use. IEBR have collaborated with numerous research institutions, organizations, and NGOs in Vietnam and overseas in research on ecology and biological resources, biodiversity conservation, environmental mornitoring and pollution treatment, mitigation of climate change impacts, sustainable utilization of biological resources.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Sustainable Use of Biological Resources. Research should be conducted on strategies for the sustainable use of biological diversity and for returning something of the value of biodiversity.
Byensure the conservation of mountain ecosystems, including their biodiversity, in order to enhance their capacity to provide benefits that are essential for sustainable development.
Thus, the Convention on Biological Diversity in was founded upon conservation, sustainable use and an equitable sharing of the benefits from ated Marine and Coastal Area Management (IMCAM) also known as Integrated Costal Zone Management has been suggested to be the most suitable strategy to manage human impacts on marine and coastal biodiversity and to promote conservation and sustainable use of biological by:.
Due to overexploitation and degradation of nature, we have been reducing the quantity and quality of biological resources. Inat the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development known as the "Earth Summit" was signed the Convention on Biological Diversity which aims at " the conservation of biological diversity, sustainable use.
Biodiversity is important, more than just the 'I want my children to enjoy it' reason. For example, the richness of diversity allows medicines and foods to be naturally available. The natural disaster prevention mechanisms in most ecosystems and other free services we all get from the surrounding environment are not easily replaceable or replicable, so maintaining biodiversity.
As envisioned by Sustainable Development Goal Life on Land, we must preserve biodiversity and use ecosystems sustainably to ensure the survival of our own species. We talked to UN Foundation Senior Fellow, Dr. Thomas Lovejoy, who is credited with being the first to use the term “biological diversity.