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                                                                                                              2 September 2010

                                                                                                              ORIGINAL: ENGLISH


CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE
    CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
Tenth meeting
Nagoya, Japan, 18-29 October 2010
Item 4.9 of the provisional agenda*

  REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL
                      DIVERSITY FOR DEVELOPMENT
                                                                Montreal
                                                             8-10 June 2010

                                                        A.         Background
1.      A number of decisions arising from the ninth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 9),
request the Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity to strengthen cooperation with
relevant processes and conventions, and in particular decision IX/27 on cooperation among multilateral
environmental agreements and other organizations, requests the Executive Secretary in paragraph 8, to
continue to liaise with the conventions, organizations and initiatives with which the Secretariat of the
Convention on Biological Diversity has already signed or is in the process of signing memoranda of
cooperation, including in particular the 2003 UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible
Cultural Heritage and the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural
Expressions, with a view to advancing implementation of the Convention in accordance with the
decisions of the Conference of the Parties, including the development of joint activities as appropriate.
2.       Building on this decision, the International Conference on Biological and Cultural Diversity – for
Development (ICBCD) is a joint initiative by the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity,
UNESCO, the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, and the University of Montreal and supported by the
International Economic Forum of the Americas. The Government of Canada and the Government of
Quebec were also proud sponsors of the event. The report of the meeting herein is made available as an
information document to the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 10) and the joint work
programme along with the draft decision which introduces it and which appears in annex I, will be
considered under the item Cooperation with other conventions and international organizations.
                                                        B.         Introduction
3.      The International Year of Biodiversity (IYB 2010) provides an effective point for reinforcing the
implementation of the three objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity. These three objectives
also highlight the linkages between biodiversity as the core of sustainable development promoting human
well-being. This is a golden moment to also promote the recognition of the inextricable links between
biodiversity and cultural diversity, particularly as 2010 is also the International Year of Rapprochement of

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Cultures (IYRC). The IYRC aims to promote reciprocal knowledge exchange of cultural, ethnic,
linguistic and religious diversity and to foster dialogue for sustainable development based on recognition
of and respect for knowledge, including traditional knowledge, and the knowledge of indigenous peoples
and local communities.
4.       2010 can thus be seen as the Year that celebrates the diversity of life on earth in all its forms but
also 2010, raises the alarm over the unprecedented changes its main biological and cultural components
are currently facing. From genes, species, ecosystems, landscapes and seascapes, to languages, practices,
traditions, artistic expressions and belief, value and knowledge systems, these diversities are facing
unprecedented changes, and most importantly loss. The impact of reduction in bio-cultural diversity on
the resilience of the planetary systems is profound. In the current global change context, the loss of
biological diversity, with the simultaneous loss of languages, knowledge systems, and specific ways of
life, has resulted in new challenges for coupled social-ecological systems.
5.      To address these challenges, it is critical that the links between biological and cultural diversity -
encompassing, inter alia, languages as repositories of knowledge and practices, tangible and intangible
heritage related to nature, modes of subsistence, economic and social relations and belief systems – are
taken into consideration in policy development at all scales.
6.      Because of their respective mandates, the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and
UNESCO’s conventions and programmes dealing with biological and cultural diversity are in a unique
position to focus attention on the links between biological and cultural diversity at especially international
levels. The recent coming into force of the 2003 UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the
Intangible Cultural Heritage and the 2005 UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the
Diversity of Cultural Expressions underlines the value in strengthening the ties between the work of
UNESCO and that of the CBD at the interface of biological and cultural diversity. It is in this context that
the present International Conference on Cultural and Biological Diversity: Diversity for Development-
took place.
7.      The main objectives of the Conference were:
        (a)     To bring together civil society, representatives of indigenous and local communities,
policy makers, scientists and intergovernmental and development cooperation agencies,
        (b)     To exchange knowledge and practices linking biological and cultural diversity; and
       (c)    To provide elements for a programme of work to be jointly implemented by UNESCO,
the SCBD and other partners.
                                            C.       Attendance
8.       The meeting was attended by high-level representatives of relevant international agencies,
representatives of Governments, representatives of indigenous peoples and local communities, and civil
society, including academia and non-governmental organizations and international experts. A total of one
hundred and seventy-three delegates participated in the conference. A complete list of participants
appears in alphabetical order, as annex III of this document. The programme attached in annex II
identifies individual presenters and moderators.
                            ITEM 1.          OPENING OF THE MEETING
9.      The meeting was opened at 9 a.m. on Wednesday 9 June 2010, with a ceremonial prayer and
blessing by Mr. Charlie Patton, Mr. Alex Diabo and Mr. Kenneth Deer, Elders of the Mohawk
Community of Kahnawake. A joint meeting was held prior to this on 8 June, with the Economic Forum
of the Americas.




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                          ITEM 2.           ORGANIZATIONAL MATTERS
                                             2.1.   Officers
10.     Mr. John Scott, Programme Officer for Article 8(j) (SCBD) and Ms. Ana Persic (UNESCO)
agreed to act as Master of Ceremonies for the facilitation of the conference. Each panel was requested to
appoint a moderator and rapporteur. The moderators and rapporteurs were invited to join a drafting
committee to work on the outcome document.
                                    2.2.     Adoption of the agenda
11.     The programme of the conference was adopted without amendment. The programme appears in
annex II of this document.
                                     2.3.     Organization of work
12.     On the 8 June, the meeting worked in plenary in a joint high level day with the International
Economic Forum of the Americas. On 9 June, the International Conference conveyed in a separate
meeting room, commencing in plenary for the Mohawk traditional blessing and two keynote speakers
before breaking for morning tea, after which the meeting continued in parallel sessions. On 10 June, the
meeting reconvened in plenary to welcome guest speakers and to discuss and adopt possible elements of a
joint work programme.

                             ITEM 3.          JOINT HIGH LEVEL DAY
13.      The partner agencies worked with the secretariat of the International Economic Forum of the
Americas to prepare and host a joint high level day on 8 June, which focused on the economy,
development, energy and the relevance of biological and cultural diversity. In particular, the Executive
Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity provided concluding remarks for the opening plenary
panel on the green economy and new models of growth: challenges and realities. Mr. Hans d’Orville,
Deputy Director-General and Assistant Director-General for Strategic Planning, UNESCO, provided
cultural diversity perspectives to economic development, biodiversity and cultural diversity, respecting
new standards. The Executive Secretary of the Convention along with other dignitaries also participated
in a working lunch.
14.    In the afternoon plenary, Ms. Monique Barbut, Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer for the
Global Environmental Facility presented on energy, sustainable development and biodiversity, including
examples of win-win situations between business and biodiversity.
15.     In the afternoon’s round-table, Dr. Ahmed Djoghlaf moderated a session which considered
biological and cultural diversity for sustainable development, introducing Ms. Elisa Canqui Mollo,
distinguished representative of the United Nations Permanent forum on Indigenous Issues, who presented
on development with culture and identity.
16.     Also presenting on the round-table were Mr. Kazuhiko Takemoto, Vice-Minister for Global
Environmental Affairs, Ms. Veerle Vandeweerd, Director, Environment and Energy Group, United
Nations Development Programme, and Mr. Hans d’Orville, Interim Deputy Director-General and
Assistant Director-General for Strategic Planning, UNESCO.

                        ITEM 4.            EXPERTS PANELS AND SESSIONS
17.      In the morning session of 9 June, after the representatives of the Mohawk Nation provided a
traditional blessing to the participants, the meeting continued in plenary with two keynote addresses by
Ms. Marie Roue (CNRS/MNHN, France) and H.E. Richard Ariihau Tuheiava, Senator of French
Polynesia.
18.     Sessions 1 (Knowledge Systems: Recognition, Transmission and Protection) and session 2
(Biocultural Landscapes: integrated approaches) were conducted parallel sessions, as were sessions 3

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(Cultural and Spiritual Values of Biodiversity) and 4 (Measuring Diversity and Its Values) and sessions 5
(Cultural and Biological Resilience) and 6 (Bio-Cultural Responses to Environmental Change).
19.     The rapporteurs for each session agreed to supply a summary of each panel which will be part of
the Proceedings of the Conference along with the abstracts of all presentations.
20.     On 10 June, the meeting reconvened in plenary for a special key-note address by Mr. David
Suzuki and Mr. Jean Lemire. Mr. Suzuki discussed the fragility of the earth systems and the impact of
globalization and climate change on diversity. Mr. Jean Lemire provided a special presentation on his
work including his expeditions to the Antarctic and the filming of his internationally acclaimed film “the
Last Frontier”. The plenary also heard from three additional panels including on the links between
biological and cultural diversity in international agreements, possible elements of a joint programme of
work and educating for biological and cultural diversity.

        ITEM 5.      ADOPTION OF THE DECLARATION AND THE DRAFT JOINT
                     PROGRAMME
21.      In the afternoon session of the final day, the participants considered and adopted a the 2010
Declaration on Bio-cultural Diversity and the draft joint programme between UNESCO and the SCBD
for the consideration of the tenth meeting of the conference of the parties to the Convention on Biological
Diversity, attached in annex I.

                           ITEM 6.          CLOSURE OF THE MEETING
22.      The meeting was closed by Mr. Kazuhiko Takemoto, the Vice-Minister for Global Environmental
Affairs in Japan, who provided some concluding remarks regarding preparations for the tenth meeting of
the Conference of the Parties, which will be held in Nagoya, Japan in October 2010 and the vision of the
Convention on Biological Diversity under the Japanese presidency. Dr. Ahmed Djoghlaf, together with
Dr. Mechtild Rössler (Chief, Europe & North America, UNESCO World Heritage Centre), formally
thanked the partners and participants and declared the meeting closed at 5.30 pm on Friday 10 June 2010.




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                                                  Annex I

  THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CULTURAL AND BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
                          FOR DEVELOPMENT
                              The 2010 Declaration on Bio-cultural Diversity
       We, the participants of the International Conference on Cultural and Biological Diversity for
Development, held from 8-10 June 2010, in Montreal, Canada:
         Expressing our gratitude to the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (SCBD), the
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the Canadian Commission
for UNESCO, the Canada Chair for Ethno-ecology and Biodiversity (University of Montreal), the
International Economic Forum of the Americas and the host Mohawk Nation, for providing a forum to
discuss the links between cultural and biological diversity for development,
        Appreciating that the Conference has been organized in the context of the 2010 International Year
on Biological Diversity and the 2010 International Year for the Rapprochement of Cultures,
        Considering the vital importance of cultural and biological diversity for present and future
generations,
       Recognizing the importance of biological and cultural diversity for the survival and well-being of
contemporary societies, both in urban and rural areas,
        Recognizing also that biological and cultural diversity are intrinsically and inextricably linked and
together hold the key to sustainable development and are critical for the achievement of the Millennium
Development Goals,
         Expressing deep concern about the threats to both cultural and biological diversity, particularly in
the face of the homogenizing forces of globalization,
        Acknowledging the important progress made in building the knowledge on the links between
biological and cultural diversity and to mainstream it into practices to ensure environmental, economic,
social and cultural sustainability and human well-being,
        Also acknowledging the challenges and opportunities of a prospective International Regime on
Access and Benefit-sharing for indigenous and local communities who hold critical knowledge, customs
and practices associated with biodiversity,
         Committing to take action towards significant reduction in biodiversity loss, and promotion of
cultural diversity,
        Call upon Governments and Parties to all the relevant Conventions, including the 1972 World
Heritage Convention, 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity, the 2003 Convention for the
Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage and the 2005 Convention on the Protection and
Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, as well as inter-governmental and non-governmental
organizations, academia, indigenous peoples and local communities, the private sector and civil society,
to strengthen collaboration and coordination and to adopt, contribute to and support the joint programme
between CBD and UNESCO on the links between biological and cultural diversity.




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    JOINT PROGRAMME BETWEEN THE UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC
    AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION AND THE SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                          BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
Vision
A world in which the global community sustains biological1 and cultural diversity2 for present and future
generations.
Mission
With the Convention on Biological Diversity acting as global focal point for biodiversity3 and UNESCO
acting as global focal point for cultural diversity, strengthen the linkages between biological and cultural
diversity initiatives, and enhance synergies between interlinked provisions of conventions and
programmes dealing with biological and cultural diversity at relevant scales.
Timeframe: To 2020 with mid-term review at the end of 2015, to also contribute to the Millennium
Development Goals.
General principles for the implementation of the joint programme
           Full and effective participation of all relevant actors, and in particular indigenous and local
            communities in the establishment and implementation of the joint programme.
           Collaborative engagement of policy and decision-makers, governmental and non-governmental
            organizations, academia, private sector and civil society in both rural and urban contexts.
           A holistic approach consistent with cultural and spiritual values, worldviews and knowledge
            systems and livelihoods that contribute to conservation and sustainable and equitable use of
            biodiversity.
Specific objectives
       1. To build bridges between ongoing work on biodiversity and cultural diversity where such bridges
          are relevant and do not already exist.
       2. To promote synergies and information sharing among already existing programmes, projects and
          activities that focus on links between biological and cultural diversity.
       3. To further explore conceptual and methodological issues related to the links between biological
          and cultural diversity and the role of indigenous peoples and other communities in enhancing
          those links.
       4. To promote the collection, compilation and analysis of information from on-the ground activities
          linking biological and cultural diversity from, among others, biosphere reserves and World
          Heritage sites, and from the experiences provided by indigenous and local communities.
       5. To support and foster learning networks on bio-cultural approaches, linking grassroots and
          community initiatives with local, national, regional and global policy processes.
       6. To raise awareness about the importance of interdependent biological and cultural diversity in
          resource management and decision-making processes as well as for the resilience of socio-
          ecological systems.
Key action points
Building bridges between legal instruments
           Finalize in-depth analysis of the provisions linking cultural and biological diversity under CBD

1
    As defined by the Convention on Biological Diversity (http://www.cbd.int/ )
2
    As defined in the 2001 UNESCO Declaration on Cultural Diversity
     http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0012/001271/127160m.pdflink
3
    Noting CBD’s role as convenor of the Biodiversity Liaison Group.

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       and UNESCO culture related Conventions.
      Analyze and provide recommendations for the implementation of the interlinked provisions of
       CBD and UNESCO culture related Conventions in a mutually reinforcing and coordinated
       manner.
      Collaborate with other international programmes and legal instruments towards the protection of
       the interdependent biological and cultural diversity.
Building the knowledge base
      Building on the existing scientific, local and indigenous knowledge, develop robust
       interdisciplinary conceptual and methodological frameworks for addressing the links between
       biological and cultural diversity.
      Develop a set of guiding principles, including ethical principles, for future research, management,
       practice and policy work to sustain the interdependent biological and cultural diversity for present
       and future generations.
      Advance knowledge on the ways in which cultures have shaped and continue to shape
       biodiversity in sustainable way (e.g. cultural landscapes, traditional agricultural systems, sacred
       sites, culturally significant species and urban biodiversity).
      Synthesize and advance knowledge on contemporary processes that simultaneously impact
       biological and cultural diversity and the responses to address those processes and their impacts.
      Support the development of indicators and other means of measuring status, trends and values of
       diversity, including linguistic diversity by building and maintaining expert networks, providing
       platforms for the exchange and sharing of information.
      Promote inter-cultural and inter-faith dialogues on the links between biological and cultural
       diversity.

Raising awareness and educating
   Develop communication materials and other tools to raise awareness on the importance of the
       links between biological, cultural and linguistic diversity, for human well-being and
       environmental sustainability.
   Promote and develop multilingual and intercultural education as well as non-formal
       intergenerational transmission of knowledge on links between biological and cultural diversity in
       the framework of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development.
   Develop education kits for students as well as local decision makers, including in cities and urban
       environments.
   Promote the use of UNESCO chairs for further systematic study of the links between biological
       and cultural diversity.

   Acting
    Mainstream principles and knowledge about the interdependence of biological and cultural
       diversity in the relevant CBD’s programmes of work and UNESCO’s conventions and
       programmes, including in the management of UNESCO biosphere reserves and World Heritage
       sites.
    Launch pilot projects in appropriate sites, including in biosphere reserves and World Heritage
       sites, to apply the knowledge on the links between biological and cultural diversity in equitable
       management and governance practices.
    Support indigenous and local communities to assess the possible challenges relating to
       implementation of the interlinked provisions of CBD and UNESCO culture related Conventions
       and make recommendations for improving their full and effective participation in the
       implementation of these provisions.
    Build national and local capacities to mainstream principles and knowledge about the
       interdependence of biological and cultural diversity in sustainable development policies.

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  The Programme will be implemented taking into account relevant declarations and guidelines,
  examples of which are given in appendix I.




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                                                     Appendix I

              EXAMPLES OF RELEVANT DECLARATIONS AND GUIDELINES

   The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)
   The Earth Charter (2000)
   UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity (2001)
   The Yamato Declaration on Integrated Approaches for Safeguarding Tangible and
    Intangible Cultural Heritage (2004)
   The CBD Akwé:Kon Voluntary Guidelines for the Conduct of Cultural, Environmental and
    Social Impact Assessment Regarding Developments Proposed to Take Place on, or Which are
    Likely to Impact on, Sacred Sites and on Lands and Waters Traditionally Occupied or Used by
    Indigenous and Local Communities (2004)
   Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (2005)
   Tokyo Declaration on the Role of Sacred Natural Sites and Cultural Landscapes in the
    Conservation of Biological and Cultural Diversity (2005)
   United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (2007)
   The UNESCO/IUCN Guidelines for the Conservation and Management of Sacred Natural Sites
    (2008)
   United Nations Development Group Guidelines on Indigenous Issues (2008)
   Bonn Declaration on Education for Sustainable Development (2009)
   The Code of Ethical Conduct to ensure respect for the cultural and intellectual heritage of
    indigenous and local communities relevant to the conservation and sustainable use of biological
    diversity4
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    4
        This draft code is expected to be adopted by COP 10, Nagoya Japan, in October, 2010.

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                                                       Annex II
                                                      Programme
                    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY FOR DEVELOPMENT


Day 1                                                            TUESDAY JUNE 8
                                      in Partnership with the International Economic Forum of the Americas

Time    Event       Theme                         Speakers
09:00   OPENING     THE GREEN ECONOMY AND NEW CHAIR:
        PLENARY     MODELS      OF    GROWTH: Ron Denom, President, SNC-Lavalin International
        SESSION     CHALLENGES AND REALITIES
                                                  SPEAKERS:
                                                  Raymond Benjamin, Secretary General, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
                                                  Line Beauchamp, Minister of Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks, Government
                                                  of Québec
                                                  Alejandro Toledo, President, Global Centre for Development and Democracy and Former
                                                  President of Peru
                                                  Malam Annou, Minister of the Economy and Finance, Niger

                                                  CONCLUDING REMARKS:
                                                  Ahmed Djoghlaf, Executive Secretary, Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

10:15   FORUM       ECONOMIC      DEVELOPMENT,    MODERATOR:
                    BIODIVERSITY AND CULTURAL     Johanne Gélinas, Partner, Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, Samson Belair/Deloitte
                    DIVERSITY: RESPECTING NEW     & Touche
                    STANDARDS
                                                  INTRODUCTION:
                                                  Hans d’Orville, Assistant Deputy Director-General and Assistant Director-General for
                                                  Strategic Planning, UNESCO

                                                  SPEAKERS:
                                                  Robert Walker, Vice-President, Sustainability, Ethical Funds
                                                  Daniel Desjardins, Senior Vice-President, General Counsel and Assistant Secretary,


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                                                  Bombardier
                                                  Jacques Moulins, General Manager, Site Environment & Rehabilitation, Xstrata Copper,
                                                  Canada
                                                  Zin Smati, President and Chief Executive Officer, GDF SUEZ Energy North America
                                                  CONCLUDING REMARKS:
                                                  Alan DeSousa, Mayor, Saint-Laurent and Vice President Responsible for Sustainable
                                                  Development, Executive Committee (Montréal)
12:30   LUNCHEON
15:00   PLENARY       ENERGY,     SUSTAINABLE     MODERATOR:
                      DEVELOPMENT          AND    Colin Andersen, Chief Executive Officer, Ontario Power Authority
                      BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
                                                  SPEAKERS:
                                                  Nobuo Tanaka, Executive Director, International Energy Agency (IEA)
                                                  Georgina Kessel, Secretary of State for Energy, Mexico

                                                  INVITED SPEAKERS:
                                                  Keith Cooley, President and CEO, NextEnergy, United States
                                                  Monique Barbut, Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer, Global Environment Facility (GEF)
                                                  Dan Sullivan, Attorney General, Alaska (to be confirmed)

16:30   ROUND TABLE   BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL     MODERATOR:
                      DIVERSITY FOR SUSTAINABLE   Ahmed Djoghlaf, Executive Secretary, CBD
                      DEVELOPMENT
                                                  SPEAKERS:
                                                  Elisa Canqui Mollo, United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
                                                  Hans D’Orville, Interim Assistant Deputy Director-General and Assistant Director-General
                                                  for Strategic Planning, UNESCO (TBC)
                                                  Ms Veerle Vandeweerd, Director, Environment and Energy Group, United Nations
                                                  Development Programme
                                                  Kazuhiko Takemoto, Vice-Minister for Global Environment Affairs, Japan
17:30   RECEPTION




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Day 2                                                             WEDNESDAY JUNE 9

Time    Event               Theme                     Presentations (Speakers)
9:00    PLENARY             Opening Prayer by the Mohawk Nation

9:45    PLENARY KEYNOTES    LINKS BETWEEN BIOLOGICAL Marie Roué, CNRS/MNHN, France
                            AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY   Richard, Ariihau TUHEIAVA, Senator of the French Polynesia

10.45   Tea/Coffee
11.00   Parallel sessions   Session 1: KNOWLEDGE Knowledge of the indigenous Mayangna of the Bosawas Biosphere Reserve
                            SYSTEMS:             (Douglas Nakashima, UNESCO )
                            RECOGNITION,         Integration of knowledge systems (Eduardo Müller, University for International Cooperation,
                            TRANSMISSION AND     Costa Rica)
                            PROTECTION           ABS Capacity Development Africa – global policy making with local grounding (Suhel al-
                                                 Janabi, German Development Cooperation)
                                                 Access to genetic resources and sharing of benefits: ABS – The bicultural approach (Harry
                                                 Jonas, Natural Justice, South Africa)
                                                 Moderator: Marie Roué, CNRS/MNHN, France
11:00
                            Session 2:                Satoyama concept: The case of bio-cultural landscape in the Japanese Archipelago (Takakazu
                            BIOCULTURAL LANDSCAPES:   Yumoto, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan)
                            INTEGRATED APPROACHES     Sacred sites: Perspectives from the Inca Descendants (Luis Delgado Hurtado, Yachay Wasi,
                                                      Perú)
                                                      Cultural landscapes (Nora Mitchell, Conservation Study Institute National Park Service, USA)
                                                      Terroirs in France and beyond (Dominique Chardon, Terroirs et Cultures, France; Guillen
                                                      Calvo, France/Morocco)
                                                      UNESCO Biosphere Reserves as areas of biological and cultural Diversity (Larry Baird,
                                                      Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve, Canada)

                                                      Moderator: Parviz Koohafkan, United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

12.30   Lunch



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14.00   Parallel sessions   Session 3:             Spiritual values of biodiversity (Ellen Gabriel, Quebec Native Women, Canada)
                            CULTURAL AND SPIRITUAL Cultural and spiritual values from the economic perspective (Franz Gatzweiler, University of
                            VALUES OF BIODIVERSITY Bonn, Germany)
                                                   Diversity values in the urban context (Danielle Dagenais, University of Montreal, Canada )
                                                       Community resource mapping (Maurizio Farhan Ferrari, Forest Peoples
                                                       Programme)
                                                       Values of linguistic diversity (Suzanne Romaine, University of Oxford, UK)
                                                       Moderator: Gonzalo Oviedo, IUCN
                            Session 4:              Measurement of the diversity of cultural expressions ( José Pessoa, UNESCO Institute for
                            MEASURING DIVERSITY AND Statistics)
                            ITS VALUES              Challenges in communicating trends: using the 2010 indicators to track biocultural diversity
                                                    (Tristan Tyrrell, World Conservation Monitoring Centre, UNEP)
                                                    Indicators relevant for indigenous peoples (Joji Carino, TEBTEBBA, Philippines )
                                                       Terralingua's Index of Linguistic Diversity (Luisa Maffi, Terralingua, Canada)
                                                       Indicators for indigenous well-being (Elisa Canqui Mollo, UNPFII)
                                                       Moderator: John Scott, CBD
15.30   Tea/Coffee
16.00   Parallel sessions   Session 5:              Indigenous Resilience approach as a framework for the Indigenous Peoples Climate Change
                            CULTURAL AND BIOLOGICAL Assessment (Onel Masardule A., Fundación para la Promoción del Conocimiento Indígena,
                            RESILIENCE              Panamá)
                                                    Revitalizing and enhancing cultural and ecological resilience (Eli Enns, Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal
                                                    Parks and Nation Building Program, Canada)
                                                    Enhancing biocultural resilience on coasts and small islands (Marjo Vierros, United Nations
                                                    University Institute of Advanced Studies)
                                                    Resilience of linked social and ecological systems in urban regions (Christine Alfsen-Norodom,
                                                    UNESCO)
                                                    Complementarities between biocultural landscapes             and GIAHS – Contribution to
                                                    conservation and resilience of agro-biodiversity (Parviz Koohafkan, FAO)
                                                    Moderator: Gleb Raygorodetsky, The Christensen Fund




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                          Session 6:                Bio-cultural responses to changes in the Sundarbans (Mohd Abdul Baten, Unnayan Onneshan,
                          BIO-CULTURAL RESPONSES TO Bangladesh)
                          ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE      Community assessment and adaptation to climate change (Alejandro Argumedo, Peru)
                                                    On the Frontlines of Climate Change (Jennifer Rubis, Climate Frontlines, Malaysia)
                                                    Bio-culturally diverse systems for food security (Timothy Johns, Bioversity International)
                                                    Knowledge base of biocultural response to change (Anne McDonald, United Nations
                                                    University-Traditional Knowledge Institute)
                                                    Moderator: Joji Carino, TEBTEBBA, Philippines
18:30   RECEPTION         Biosphere Montreal (with presentation by the Biosphere staff)



Day 3                                                            THURSDAY JUNE 10

Time    Event           Theme                        Speakers
9.00    PLENARY         LINKS BETWEEN BIOLOGICAL AND David Suzuki, David Suzuki Foundation, Canada
        KEYNOTE         CULTURAL    DIVERSITY     FOR
                        DEVELOPMENT
9.25    PLENARY         BIOLOGICAL   AND   CULTURAL UNESCO’s Conventions dealing with biological and cultural diversity (Mechtild Rossler,
                        DIVERSITY AND INTERNATIONAL UNESCO)
                        AGREEMENTS                  Convention on Biological Diversity (John Scott, CBD)
                                                    World views through the lens of the Multilateral Environmental Agreements (Peter
                                                    Bridgewater, Global Garden Consulting, UK)
                                                    Cultural diversity, biodiversity and UNESCO sites – World heritage sites and biosphere
                                                    reserves (Christina Cameron, University of Montreal and Canadian Commission for
                                                    UNESCO)
                                                    Moderator: Elisa Canqui Mollo, UNPFII
10.40   Tea/Coffee
        Book signing by David Suzuki
11.00   PLENARY          POSSIBLE ELEMENTS OF A JOINT Elisa Canqui Mollo, UNPFII
                         PROGRAMME OF WORK BETWEEN Gonzalo Oviedo, IUCN



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                       SCBD AND UNESCO                   Peter Brosius, Centre for Integrative Conservation Research, University of Georgia
                                                         Moderators: Ana Persic, UNESCO and John Scott, CBD

12.30    Lunch
14.00    KEY-NOTE      DIVERSITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE      Jean Lemire, Marine Biologist, and producer of film “the Last Frontier”

14.30    PLENARY       EDUCATING FOR BIOLOGICAL AND Ethnobiology Congress Outcomes (Natasha Duarte, International Society of Ethnobiology
                       CULTURAL DIVERSITY           US)
                                                    Indigenous portal (Teanau Tuiono, New Zealand)

                                                         Equator Initiative (Eileen de Ravin, UNDP)

                                                         International Year of Biodiversity (David Ainsworth, CBD)
                                                         International Year of Rapprochement of Cultures (Mechtild Rossler, UNESCO)

                                                         Moderator: Thora Herrmann, University of Montreal

15.30    Tea/Coffee
16.00-   PLENARY       FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS AND ADOPTION OF THE OUTCOMES
17.00
17.00    PLENARY WAY THE ROAD TO NAGOYA               Kazuhiko Takemoto, Vice-Minister for Global Environment Affairs, Japan
         FORWARD

17.30    PLENARY       CLOSURE BY THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY OF THE CBD, DR. AHMED DJOGHLAF AND DR MECHTILD ROSSLER FROM UNESCO




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                                     Annex III
                    PARTICIPANTS LIST IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

                   First Name, Name      Organization

   1     Dr. David Ainsworth             Secretariat Of The Convention On Biological
                                         Diversity (SCBD)
   2     Ms. Christine Alfsen            UNESCO
   3     Mr. Suhel Al-Janabi             GERMAN TECHNICAL COOPERATION
                                         AGENCY, GTZ
   4     Mrs. Véronique ALLAIN           SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                         BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
   5     Prof. Pierre André              Université De Montréal
   6     Mr. Alejandro Argumedo          Asociacion Andes
   7     Ms. Aurelie Arnaud              Femmes Autochtones Du Québec
   8     Ms. Sabrina AUCAGOS             Consultant
   9     Mr. Didier BABIN                SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                         BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
   10    Mr. Lawrence Baird              Ucluelet First Nation
   11    Mr. Mohammed Abdul Baten        Unnayan Onneshan-The Innovators

   12    Mr. Francis Bédros              Department Of Canadian Heritage
   13    Ms. Michèle Bertrand            Association Canadienne Pour Les Nations Unies

   14    Mr. Eric Billon                 Filmmaker, Designer
   15    Mrs. Marie Boi
   16    Ms. Marie-Hélène Bois-Brochu    Les Offices Jeunesse Internationaux Du Québec
                                         (Lojiq)
   17    Ms. France Bourguoin            Action Saint François
   18    Mr. Jean-François Boyd          Jeunesse Canada Monde
   19    Mrs. Anne Breau                 Canadian Centre For Biodiversity, Canadian Museum
                                         Of Nature
   20    Dr. Peter Bridgewater           Global Garden Consulting
   21    Mr. Philippe Brisson            Fédération Etudiante Universitaire Du Québec (Feuq)
   22    Mr. Veronique Brondex           Environment Canada
   23    Mr. J. Peter Brosius            University Of Georgia, U.S.A.
   24    Ms. Jessica Brown               Iucn World Commission On Protected Areas
   25    Mr. Melchiade Bukuru            Chief Of Office, Unccd Liaison Office, Unhq
   26    Mr. Dinu BUMBARU                Heritage Montreal & ICOMOS Canada

   27    Dr. Shauna Burnsilver           University Of Alaska
   28    Mr. Guilhem CALVO               International Consultant
   29    Dr. Christina Cameron           University Of Montreal
   30    Ms. Elisa Canqui                United Nations Permanent Forum On Indigenous
                                         Issues
   31    Mr. Manual Cardoso              Unesco Uis (Institute Of Statistics)

   32    Ms. Joji Carino                 Tebtebba Foundation

   33    Mr. Yvon Charbonneau            Consultant
   34    Mr. Dominique CHARDON           Association Terroirs & Cultures

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35   Dr. Taecksoo CHUN             Korean National Commission For UNESCO
36   Mr. Vicent Climent-Ferrando   Government Of Catalonya, Spain
37   Dr. Patricia Colunga          University - Mexico
38   Mr. David Cooper              Secretariat Of The Convention On Biological
                                   Diversity (Scbd)
39   Prof. Danielle Dagenais       Chaire Unesco En Paysage Et Environnement De
                                   L'Université De Montréal
40   Mrs. Céline DAMERY            CONSERVATOIRE DU LITTORAL, France
41   Mrs. Lyndsay Daudier          UNESCO Chair In Landscape And Environmental
                                   Design
42   Mr. Douadeu DE BLONDET BLEU   The Canada Research Chair In Ethnoecology And
                                   Biodiversity Conservation (CRCEBC-Canada)
43   Ms. Lydia Deloumeaux          UNESCO UIS (Institute Of Statistics)
44   Ms. Eileem De Ravin           UNDP
45   Ms. Naamal De Silva           Conservation International
46   Mr. Kenneth Deer              Mohawk Nation At Kahnawake
47   Mr. Luis Delgado Hurtado      Yachay Wasi, Inc.
48   Ms. Marie-Eve Deshaies        Jeunes/Youth delegate
49   Mr. Ottavio Di Bella          C.U.E.I.M. Consorzio Universitario Di Economia
                                   Industriale E Manageriale (Environmental Area)
50   Mr. Alex DIABO                Mohawk Nation At Kahnawake
51   Mr. Matthew Dias              Secretariat Of The Convention On Biological
                                   Diversity (SCBD)
52   Mr. Ahmed DJOGHLAF            SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
     Executive Secretary           BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
53   Ms. Natasha Duarte             Academic
54   Mr. Eli ENNS                  Tla-O-Qui-Aht First Nations

55   Mrs. Marisol Escobar Uribe    Partnearth Asbl
56   Dr. Maurizio Farhan Ferrari   Forest Peoples Programme (FPP)
57   Ms. Viviana Elsa Figueroa     Secretariat Of The Convention On Biological
                                   Diversity (SCBD)
58   Mr. Hervé FISCHER             International Federation For Multimedia Associations
59   Mr. David Fletcher            Green Coalition
60   Ms. Kristy Franks             Informal Youth Education
61   Mr. Hans-Joachim Friess       Consular General of Germany In Montreal
62   Ms. Ellen Gabriel             Quebec Native Women Inc.
63   Ms. Patricia Garcia           Canadian Wildlife Federation
64   Mr. Daniel Gartner            Student
65   Mr. Franz Gatzweiler          University of Bonn


66   Ms. Catherine Gauthier        Jeunes/Youth delegate
67   Ms. Sonia Gautreau            Secretariat Of The Convention On Biological
                                   Diversity (SCBD)
68   Mr. Klaus Geyer               Consular General of Germany In Montreal
69   Mr. Mehdi Ghafouri            Vanier College
70   Ms. Linda Ghanimé             Consultant In International Development
71   Mr. Lyle GLOWKA               SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                   BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)



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   72    Ms. Beatriz GOMEZ CASTRO       SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                        BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
   73    Dr. Tirso Gonzales             University Of British Colombia
   74    Ms. Laurel Greig               Youth
   75    Ms. Emilie Grenier             Femmes Autochtones Du Québec

   76    Mr. Tony Gross                 United Nations University - Institute Of Advance
                                        Studies (UNU-IAS)
   77    Mr. Marc-André Guertin         Ville De Granby, Québec
   78    Prof. Veronique Guevremont     Université Laval, Québec
   79    Ms. Valérie Guilmain           Ministère De La Culture, Des Communications Et De
                                        La Condition Féminine, Québec

   80    Prof. Arpi Hamalian            North South Institute
   81    Ms. Deborah Hayek
   82    Ms. Sarah Heiberg              National Caucus
   83    Prof. Thora Martina Herrmann   Université De Montréal - Canada Research Chair In
                                        Ethnoecology And Biodiversity Conservation
   84    Mr. Robert Höft                SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                        BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
   85    Prof. SUN-KEE HONG             UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR - SOUTH KOREA
   86    Ms. Laura Howard               Canada World Youth
   87    Mr. Hiroaki Isobe              Consulat Général Du Japon A Montréal
   88    Mrs. Amandine Jean
   89    Prof. Timothy Johns            University McGill
   90    Mr. Lars Bendik Johnsen        Secretariat Of The Convention On Biological
                                        Diversity (SCBD)
   91    Mr. Harry Jonas                Natural Justice
   92    Mr. Daiji KAWAGUCHI            MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT, JAPAN

   93    Ms. Marie Aminata Khan         Secretariat Of The Convention On Biological
                                        Diversity (SCBD)
   94    Mr. Olivier Kolmel             Canadian Environmental Network
   95    Dr. Parviz Koohafkan           Food And Agriculture Organization Of The Un

  96     Ms. Rachael Lader              UNDP Equator Initiative
  97     Mr. Charles-Antoine Lanthier   Université Laval, Québec
  98     Dr. Frank Larsen               Conservation International
  99     Mr. Éric Lefebvre              Jeunesse Canada Monde
  100    Ms. Monique Lefebvre           National Caucus
  101    Ms. Diane Lefebvre             Jeunesse Canada Monde
  102    Mr. Claude Letarte             Réserve Mondiale De La Biosphère De Charlevoix
  103    Mr. Benoit Limoges             Ministère    Du    Développement    Durable,   De
                                        L'environnement Et Des Parcs
  104    Dr. Luisa Maffi                Terralingua
  105    Ms. Elodie MAISON              TERROIRS & CULTURES
  106    Ms. Emmanuelle Marceau         CÉGEP Du Vieux Montréal
  107    Mr. Onel Masardule             Fundación para la Promoción del Conocimiento
                                        Indígena
  108    Mr. Karel Mayrand              FONDATION DAVID SUZUKI, QUÉBEC



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109   Mr. Larry McDermott                 PLENTY CANADA

110   Dr. Ann McDonald                    UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY - INSTITUTE OF
                                          ADVANCE STUDIES (UNU-IAS)
111   Mr. Nestor Melendez                 Superviseur de projet, Jeunesse Canada Monde
112   Mr. Guilherme Mendonça              LAWYERS'OFFICE -BRAZIL
113   Ms. Ludyvine Millien                CENTRE NATURE

114   Mr. Antoni MIr i Fullana            Linguamón-House of Languages. Government of
                                          Catalonia
115   Dr. Nora Mitchell
116   Mr. Djessy Monnier                  SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                          BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
117   Ms. NORIKO MORIWAKE                 SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                          BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
118   Dr. Eduard Müller                   UNIVERSITY COSTA RICA
119   Mr. Douglas Nakashima               UNESCO
120   Ms. Maryse Nicol
                                          Academic
121   Ms. Isabelle Noreau                 Jeunesse Canada Monde
122   Ms. Valérie NORMAND                 SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                          BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
123   Mrs. Nicole O'Bomsawin              Réserve Biosphère Lac St-Pierre
124   Ms. Annie Ouellet                   Action Saint-François
125   Mr. Gonzalo Oviedo                  IUCN - INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR THE
                                          CONSERVATION OF NATURE
126   Ms. Sophie Paradis                  Société pour la Nature et les Parcs Canada (SNAP)
                                          Québec
127   Prof. Marie-Hélène Parizeau         UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL, QUÉBEC
128   Mr. JI BOO PARK                     SOUTH KOREA
129   Mr. Charlie PATTON                  Mohawk Nation at Kahnawake
130   Ms. Ana Persic                      UNESCO

131   Mr. José PESSOA                     UNESCO INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS (UIS)

132   Prof. PIER LUIGI PETRILLO           ITALIAN MINISTRY FOR AGRICULTURE,
                                          FOOD, FORESTRY POLICIES
133   Prof. Mirco Plante                  Collège Montmorency, Québec, Canada.
134   Ms. Dominique Potvin                COMMISSION CANADIENNE POUR L'UNESCO
                                          The Canadian Commission for UNESCO
135   Prof. Philippe Poullaouec-Gonidec   UNESCO Chair in Landscape and Environmental
                                          Design and professor University of Montreal
136   Dr. Susan Preston                   ENVIRONMENT CANADA
137   Mr. GLeb Raygorodetsky
138   Mr. Mathieu Régnier                 Consultant
139   Ms. Anne Rheaume                    MINISTÈRE DES RELATIONS
                                          INTERNATIONALES, GOUVERNMENT DU
                                          QUÉBEC
140   Mr. Lauren Rochat                   STUDENT
141   Prof. Suzanne Romaine               Merton College University of Oxford, United
                                          Kingdom
142   Dr. Mechtild Elisabeth Rossler      UNESCO

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  143    Mrs. Marie Roué                         Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris
  144    Ms. Jennifer Rubis                      UNESCO
  145    Ms. Jessie Sadler                       Canadian Environmental Network (RCEN)
  146    Dr. Julien SAGUEZ                       Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
  147    Mr. Koudil Salim                        MEDIA
  148    Mr. Karim SAMOURA                       Secrétariat International Francophone pour
                                                 l'Évaluation environnementale (SIFEE)
  149    Mr. Giovanni Scepi                      C.U.E.I.M. Consorzio Universitario di Economia
                                                 Industriale e Manageriale (Environmental Area)
  150    Mr. Claude Schryer                      CANADA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS
  151    Mr. John SCOTT                          SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                                 BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
  152    Prof. GAURI DUTT SHARMA                 Assam University, India
  153    Mr. DONGWON SHIN                        SOUTH KOREA
  154    Ms. Holly Shrumm                        NATURAL JUSTICE
  155    Mr. Sean Southey                        MEDIA, Media Impact
  156    Mr. Johannes Stahl                      SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                                 BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
  157    Mr. Nicholas Stewart                    Georgia Gwinnett College
  158    Mr. Peter STOTT                         Massachusetts Historical Commission
  159    Mr. Campbell Stuart                     Les Amis de Meadowbrook
  160    Mr. Hiroki Sugiyama                     CONSULAT GENERAL OF JAPAN IN
                                                 MONTREAL
  161    Mr. Kazuhiko TAKEMOTO                   Ministry of Environment - Japan
  162    Ms. Julie Tasker-Brown                  Consultant
  163    Mrs. FREDERIKA TEIXEIRA                 UNCCD Liaison Office, UN NEW YORK
  164    Mr. Richard Ariihau TUHEIAVA            Polynésie Française
  165    Mr. Teanau Tuiono                       INDIGENOUS PORTAL - NEW ZEALAND
  166    Mr. Tristan Tyrrell                     UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre
  167    Mr. Pierre-Étienne VACHON               Jeunes/Youth delegate
  168    Ms. Veerle Vandeweerd                   United Nations Development Programme (UNDP),
                                                 Environment & Energy Group
  169    Ms. Juliana Velez                        Academic

  170    Dr. Marjo Vierros                       United Nations University (UNU-IAS) Traditional
                                                 Knowledge Initiative (TKI)
  171    Ms. Kristen Walker Painemilla           Indigenous and Traditional Peoples Program

  172    Ms. Anne-Marie Wilson                   SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON
                                                 BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (SCBD)
  173    Prof. Takakazu Yumoto                   Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN) -
                                                 Japan


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