Finally, all these priorities were at the centre of the 6th IUCN World Parks Congress 2014, where the host country and the host state (Australia and New South Wales) will provide a platform for IUCN Global Protected Areas at large to look to the future after 2025 and start developing responses, ensuring that protected areas are a positive and relevant force and priority for investment over the decade. which follows. Read more The results of the study, published in the May 18 issue of Science, show that, despite clear global efforts, many protected areas may not effectively protect against biodiversity loss. The graph below shows some of the data related to the study, including values from some countries in external countries. At its sixty-third session and following the debate in the Sixth Committee on the agenda item on strengthening and promoting the International Framework for the Treaty, the General Assembly adopted, on 20 December 2018, resolution 73/210, which was annexed to the new amended regulations. This fourth amendment, which entered into force on 1 February 2019, adapts the regulations to changes in registration practices and information technology and ensures consistency in the contractual practices of the international community. For more information on this recent change and its impact on the process of registration and publication of contracts, please refer to the following document: LA 41 TR/230/Regulations/2019 National waters, areas within the boundaries of declared exclusive economic zones (EEZs) where countries have the jurisdiction and capacity to establish marine protected areas, represent 39% of the global maritime surface and cover many hotspots of human activity and industry. IUCN GPAP, in collaboration with the CBD-WCMC and the CBD Secretariat, will report on the status of protected areas worldwide through the Protected Planet Report, the first edition of which was published in 2012 at the IUCN World Conservation Congress. `Any treaty or international agreement concluded by a member of the United Nations. is registered as soon as possible with the Secretariat and published by the Secretariat. (Article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations) „The world must do more to effectively protect our most biologically diverse spaces.
Protected areas need to be better interconnected to allow animal and plant populations to mix and spread. It is also important that local communities are involved in protection efforts. Their support is essential for long-term maintenance. About 190 countries have ratified the Convention on Biological Diversity since its elaboration in 1992. The United States, which has signed the agreement but has not ratified it, is a major exception….