World Board members Vanaja Ramprasad and Masaya Koriyama head-up the
IFOAM delegation in Nagoya.
Key Messages / Objectives:
the important role of organic agriculture in enabling the sustainable use
of biodiversity to become a reality.
of biodiversity and ecosystemservices based on organic knowledge, practices,
systems andprinciples, provides affordable, equitable andresilient
solutions for sustainably increasing the performance of small farms and
bring degraded regions back into fertile production - naturally.
exhibition at UNCCD’s Land Day 3
on 23rd October organized to highlight the connections between
biodiversity and desertification.
IFOAM poster session in
conjunction with IFOAM member Green
Foundation in the main CoP10 conference building from 25th
to 29th October which coincides with the CoP10 high level ministerial segment.
IFOAM is working with UNEP by contributing case studies to their Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity report for local policy makers which will be launched globally at the high profile CBD Conference in Japan in October 2010.
IFOAM will be present in Nagoya to bring to the attention leaders the role of organic eco-intensification in protecting and enhancing biodiversity and ecosystem services and optimizing productivity.