Natura 2000 in Romania
Evenimente ecologice din Romania
- Competiție de economie circulară, pentru antreprenori sociali
- Greenpeace Film Festival: 15 filme de mediu, disponibile online
- Află cât de ecologică este ceașca ta de cafea
- Bucureștenii, chemați să protesteze miercuri împotriva poluării gropilor de gunoi din NV capitalei
- Atelierul “OPEN HEART: social tools for effective collaboration“
CBD daily headlines
- Climate change: Significant drop in EU emissions in 2018 but further effort needed to reach 2030 target
- Reuse and recycling are key to tackling Europe’s waste problem and to foster a more circular economy
- Cutting air pollution in Europe would prevent early deaths, improve productivity and curb climate change
The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) is an international agreement established by the United Nations. Its purpose is to conserve biological diversity worldwide.
Romania ratified the Convention on Biological Diversity in 1994.
The objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity are:
1.The conservation of biological diversity
2.The sustainable use of the components of biological diversity
3.The fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising out of the utilization of genetic resources
The Convention focuses on information exchange and cooperation between countries. To help these processes, the CBD has established an a collaborating network of partners facilitating scientific and technical cooperation called The Clearing-House Mechanism (CHM).
This site contributes to CHM network by illustrating what Romania does for the CBD.
- PARCUL NATURAL VĂCĂREŞTI [posted on: 23/11/2017]
- ELENA Project [posted on: 26/03/2015]
- Harta ariilor naturale protejate din Romania [posted on: 03/08/2013]
- Forum de discutii despre Natura 2000 [posted on: 05/02/2013]
- Arii naturale protejate de importanta comunitara (Regiunea Nord-Vest) [posted on: 14/12/2011]