Financing and biopiracy
The challenges of the next UN Biodiversity Summit (COP11, India)
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This conference is organised by MEPs Sandrine Bélier, Catherine Grèze, Satu Hassi, Keith Taylor
Simultaneous interpretation will be provided in FR/EN/DE/ES
What is at stake at the next COP11?
Chaired by Catherine Grèze and Sandrine Bélier, MEPs
- The plunder of traditional resources
Video statement by Vandana Shiva, epistemologist, ecologist, writer, doctor in science philosophy and Indian women's rights activist
- The relation between man and nature
Nicolas Hulot, Fondation pour la Nature et pour l'Homme
- COP-11: building from Nagoya
David Duthie, Programme Officer, Convention on Biological Diversity
Fighting against biopiracy
Chaired by Catherine Grèze MEP
- Biopiracy: causes and consequences
Matthieu Mellul, co-founder of "Collectif Biopiraterie"
- Incoherences and loopholes in the legal framework
Claudio Chiarolla, Professor of International Law at Sciences Politiques Paris and responsible of studies on Governance and Biodiversity for Iddri (Institut du développement durable et des relations internationales)
- What are we calling for?
Video statement by Vandana Shiva, epistemiologist, ecologist, writer, doctor in science philosophy and Indian women's rights activist
Towards a strategic resource mobilization
Chaired by Sandrine Bélier MEP
- How can the EU finance its biodiversity global commitments?
Bruna Campos, EU Financial Perspectives Policy Officer, Stichting BirdLife Europe |Conservation International Europe
- The role of UNESCO in the strategic resource mobilization in favour of biodiversity
Salvatore Aricò, Sr. Programme Specialist, Biodiversity Assessments and Inter-agency Coordination Leader, Natural Sciences Sector Cross-cutting Thematic Unit on Biodiversity Coordinator, UNESCO
- The EU approaches facing the resource mobilization challenges
François Wakenhut, Head of Unit, Nature preservation and biodiversity, European Commission
Chaired by Sandrine Bélier