Standing Committee Subgroup on COP8

19/04/2002

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CONVENTION ON WETLANDS (Ramsar, Iran, 1971)Meeting of the Standing Committee Subgroup on COP8
Gland, Switzerland, 15 - 17 May 2002

Subgroup on Finance - agenda papers

Subgroup on COP8: Australia, Costa Rica, France, India, Mexico, Spain (Chair), and Togo. Observers: Slovenia, USA.

Index of agenda papers

COP8 SG-1
Draft agenda and programme [français] [español]
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COP8 SG-2
Brief report from the Bureau and the Host Country on developments concerning preparations for COP8 since the last meeting of the Standing Committee
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COP8 SG-3
Action where Ramsar Sites unavoidably lose international importance
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Resolution VIII.22
[vere SG-3+4]
Issues concerning Ramsar Sites that cease to fulfil criteria for designation as Wetlands of International Importance
COP8 SG-4
Review of Ramsar site boundaries for reasons other than urgent national interests
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Resolution VIII.21
COP8 SG-5
Climate change and wetlands: impacts, adaptation, and mitigation
See latest version,
Resolution VIII.3
COP8 SG-6
STRP proposal on Principles and guidelines on integrated coastal zone management (ICZM)
See latest version,
Resolution VIII.4
COP8 SG-7
Partnerships and synergies with Multilateral Environmental Agreements and other institutions
See latest version,
Resolution VIII.5
COP8 SG-8
Draft Resolution on Gaps and harmonization in existing Ramsar guidance on ecological character, with prioritization in favor of practical matters, and on a Wetland Ecosystem Assessment Framework
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Resolution VIII.7
COP8 SG-9
Discussion paper on Article 3.2: reporting of change in ecological character, both human- and naturally-caused changes, and elements of a possible draft resolution on this matter
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Resolution VIII.8
COP8 SG-10
Impact assessment: CBD guidelines for incorporating biodiversity-related issues into EIA legislation and/or processes and in strategic environmental assessment, and their relevance to Ramsar
See latest version,
Resolution VIII.9
COP8 SG-11
COP8 paper and draft resolution on the possible admission of unimpeachable unofficial data to the Ramsar Sites Database
See latest version,
Resolution VIII.13
COP8 SG-12
New Guidelines for management planning for Ramsar sites and other wetlands
See latest version,
Resolution VIII.14
COP8 SG-13
Report of the World Commission on Dams (WCD) and its recommendations in the Ramsar and wetland context
See latest version,
Resolution VIII.2
COP8 SG-14
Guidance on invasive species and wetlands: a guide for wetland managers, rev. 1
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Resolution VIII.18
COP8 SG-15
Guiding principles for identifying the cultural aspects of wetlands and incorporating them into the effective management of sites
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Resolution VIII.19
COP8 SG-16
Enhancing the information on Wetlands of International Importance (Ramsar sites)
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Resolution VIII.13
COP8 SG-17
Guidelines for the designation of mountain wetlands as Wetlands of International Importance
See latest version,
Resolution VIII.12
COP8 SG-18
Agriculture, wetlands and water resource management
See latest version,
Resolution VIII.34
COP8 SG-19
Report and recommendations from the Subgroup on the STRP on the review of STRP's links with other science networks
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COP8 SG-20
Proposed workshop on education, communication and public awareness (CEPA) related to wetlands, and preparations by an Ad Hoc Group on the Ramsar Outreach Programme
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COP8 SG-21
{The Subgroup's Procedure for determining laureates of the Wetland Conservation Award 2002}[not publicly available]
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COP8 SG-22
Principles and guidelines for wetland restoration
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Resolution VIII.16
COP8 SG-23
Proposed draft resolution on UNEP Guidelines on Compliance with and enforcement of multilateral environmental agreements
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Resolution VIII.24
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