Updates and News held at CBD COP11, Hyderabad, 8-19th. October 2012.
- Report of the Colloquium on the Role of ICCAs in Achieving the Aichi Targets, 13 October 2012, at CBD COP11, Hyderabad, India
- International Groups write to Indian Prime Minister to expedite implementation of Forest Rights Act, 15 October 2012 Just In!
- Civil Society Statement on Protected Areas, 10 Oct 2012 Just In!
- Global studies on Recognition and Support to ICCAs released at COP11'- Read More here Latest!
- CoP-11 on Biodiversity: An Opportunity to Go beyond Business as Usual - Commentary by Milind Wani & Persis Taraporevala Latest!
- India’s Economic Policies are Destroying Biodiversity and Livelihoods;Commitments Under CBD are Not Being Met - Issued by Indian civil society and community-based organizations, 16 Oct 2012 Latest!
- Press Release Prime Minister’s Address at CBD COP11 Is a Classic Case of Doublespeak, Kalpavriksh 16 October 2012 Latest!
- Halt violation of human rights in forests:Kalpavriksh, Greenpeace release report on Forest Right status in Coal mining areas, 15 Oct 2012 Latest!
- Statement Against the Guidelines on Tiger Reserves Submitted by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF)- Issued by: Tushar Dash, Vasundhara Swathi Seshadri, EQUATIONS, 15 Oct 2012 Latest!
- India’s River’s are Drying, Fresh Water Biodiversity being Destroyed, and People Seriously Threatened from Mega Hydro-electric Projects - Can CBD help? 12 Oct 2012 Latest!
- Press Release- Marine Coastal Conservation, Statement by Indian NGOs, 9 Oct 2012
- CBD-COP11-The India angle by Ashish Kothari, DNA, 30 October 2012
- India pledges millions for global biodiversity by Vivek Nemana, New York Times
- Mention of BNHS Kalpavriksh press conference in story on PM’s speech at COP: Indian Express
- Coverage of BNHS coastal event: ECO – COP11 daily newsletter (issue 4)
- Activists Demand action on fading coastal biodiversity at (COP) 11 in Hyderabad
- Developmental Projects serious threat to marine, coastal regions