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外媒报道中国绿发会在CMS CoP12的优秀表现
2017/11/2 20:25:00 本站中国绿发会

10月23日,中国绿发会在联合国《保护野生动物迁徙物种公约》第十二届缔约方大会(CMS CoP12)上主持开展了有关大鸨保育的讨论。由于讨论富有成效,著名国际媒体报道平台IISD/ENBOTS(全称:International Institute for Sustainable Development–Reporting Services Division/Earth Negotiations Bulletin)对其进行了报道。

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文/Shuya  审/June  编/Angel


中国绿发会现将原文(英文全文)向读者分享:

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(中国绿发会高级顾问Fred Dubee教授)

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(蒙古国政府代表Lkhagvasuren Badamjav教授)

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(IUCN大鸨专家组成员Mimi Kessler博士)

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(CMS鸟类专家组组长Borja Heredia博士)

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(现场观众)

The Conservation of Migratory Species along “the Belt and Road”: a Case Study of the Great Bustard

Presented by the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF)


This side event, moderated by Shuya Huang, CBCGDF, addressed the conservation of migratory bird species in Asia, using the Great Bustard as a case study.


Borja Heredia, CMS, underscored that environmental concerns need to go hand in hand with infrastructure development, taking into account environmental impact assessments (EIAs) and thus minimizing adverse impacts. He highlighted that CMS has signed a memorandum of cooperation with CBCGDF, looking forward to working with countries in the region, including China, as CMS parties.


Presenting on the role of CBCGDF on the conservation of the Great Bustard in China, Frederick Dubee, CBCGDF, noted that the foundation’s priority areas include the Community Conservation Area for something at somewhere (CCAfa) system, sustainable wildlife management, endangered species conservation, environmental public interest litigation (EPIL), wildlife volunteer networks and the Ecological Belt and Road initiative.


Mimi Kessler, Eurasian Bustard Alliance, underscored that main threats for Great Bustards include: poaching for sport and food; poisoning, both accidental and for meat sale; and collision with power lines, intensified by low reproduction rates that are further lowered by agricultural intensification. She highlighted the need to: improve conditions across the migratory range; coordinate conservation activities and surveys; stimulate more research on movement patterns, important habitats and conflicts with cabling; and promote international exchange between range states and successful conservation initiatives.


Focusing on the Mongolian efforts for the conservation of Great Bustards, Lkhagvasuren Badamjav, Mongolia, noted attitudes are changing regarding the conservation of Great Bustards due to campaigns on the uniqueness and importance of the species, and highlighted his country’s proposal for a concerted action plan to be adopted by CMS COP12.


A video presentation entitled ‘Bird Guards’ by Song Keming, CCAfa, addressed the efforts to protect birds in the region from poison baits and other threats. Noting that images have power, Kevin Zou, EPNF, discussed ways to protect wildlife through photography and invited participants to visit the ‘Beyond Eyes, International Nature Image Festival’ photography exhibition on display at the venue.


原文链接:http://enb.iisd.org/cms/cop12/enbots/23oct.html#event-4

注:照片均由IISD/ENB提供

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