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Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) Nov 22
is the unimpeded movement of species and the flow of natural processes that sustain life on Earth. Improving ways of promoting connectivity in the conservation of was discussed today at the Preparatory Workshop Africa 🌍.
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Taej Mundkur Nov 13
Important discussion today to prioritise threatened species for formal listing & conservation action, incl. Critically Endangered iconic Great Indian Bustard, "mascot" for
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Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) Nov 22
The has the longest migration of any animal. During the whole year it migrates up to 70,900 kilometers. is essential for life on Earth. connect the planet and together we welcome them home.
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Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) 5 Jun 18
Great initiative! We are confident to see more in the run up to on better protecting and their habitats. 🇮🇳India will host it in February 2020!
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Jenny Renell Nov 20
Regional Preparatory Workshops for kick off with an opening session in ☀️ For the next three days we will focus on effective COP prep & regional consultations 💪🏻
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Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) Oct 31
On we need to remember that light pollution poses a threat to migratory birds and seaturtles. Possible solutions will be on the agenda of #Connect2Earth
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Dr Harsh Vardhan 13 Apr 18
UN Environment Programme, entrust India to host the next Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species (CMS) Conference of Parties 13 in 2020. 130 countries will participate in the convention to be held in Gandhinagar. @UNEnvironment
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Taej Mundkur Nov 15
Great to have participated in this important Council meeting in preparation of in India - home of the Great Indian Bustard and many other migratory (& resident) species of birds, land & marine animals, reptiles, fishes, bats & insects.
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Sue Lieberman Nov 19
I am looking forward to attending , with , and other colleagues, promoting strong outcomes for the conservation of migratory species. Need strong action for , , , and many other species!
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Neville Ash Nov 12
If you’re interested in then the will be the place to be!
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IPBES Nov 20
theme just revealed! “Migratory species connect the planet & together we welcome them home” To connectivity means animals can move naturally throughout their ranges 👉Read the full press release
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Amy Fraenkel CMS Nov 19
Ecological connectivity is at the core of our natural world. We look forward to an amazing CMS COP13 in India next February. Migratory species connect the planet and together we welcome them home.
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Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) 4 Jun 18
First Olive Ridley marine turtle in 20 years nested at Versova Beach, Mumbai following beach cleanup. This is exactly the sort of development that we want to hear about with India hosting the next CMS conference in 2020 .
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Michael Simire Nov 8
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World Migratory Bird Day Nov 13
The Conference of Parties will gather 1,500 experts to discuss the situation of migratory species! Check out the side events as well!
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Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) Nov 25
Among CMS species, small cetaceans🐬 seaturtles, 🐢seabirds , shark 🦈and ray species that have been caught as bycatch are also being used as aquatic . It will be on the agenda at
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Florian Keil Nov 15
Congratulations Fernando Spina for once again elegantly navigating the Council through a very heavy agenda this week! It was an important meeting ahead of in in February 2020
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Wildlife Bot Nov 15
The importance of migratory connectivity for global ocean policy | Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
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General Knowledge 30 Oct 17
Which country will host the CMS Conference of the Parties 13 () in 2020 ? A)  B)  C) D) Answer : D
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Taej Mundkur 27 Oct 17
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