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Second Priority Setting Workshop in preparation to the Fourteenth Convention of Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP-14) in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
by Mr. Quek Yew Aun

Following the first priority setting workshop on the 15th of August 2018, the Biodiversity and Forestry Management Division, KATS organised a second priority setting workshop on the 23rd of October 2018. The main aim of the workshop was to finalise interventions that will be made by Malaysia at the multilateral meeting. This workshop builds upon the intervention priorities provided by all Ministries, Agencies and invited experts at the first priority setting workshop.

Malaysia will intervene in several key items of the CBD COP documents including:

  1. Sustainable Wildlife Management
  2. Mainstreaming of Biodiversity within and across sectors
  3. Invasive Alien Species
  4. Marine and Coastal Biodiversity
  5. Cartagena Protocol
  6. Nagoya Protocol
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