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・ 本会は、生物多様性が地球規模の課題であるとともに地域の問題であることを認識し、地球市民としての提案と同時に、地域住民としての取り組みを重視する運営に心掛ける。
・ 本会は、透明性と公開性を保障する民主的な運営に努め、互いに対等な構成員ができるだけ合意できる意思決定プロセスを追求する。

・ 国連生物多様性の10年に関する普及啓発
・ 愛知目標達成のために必要な活動及び政策提言
・ 名古屋議定書、名古屋−クアラルンプール補足議定書に関する活動
・ 生物多様性国家戦略等の国の政策に対する提言
・ その他、COP10/MOP5の成果の継承と実現に必要な活動
・ 生物多様性に関する地域の多様な主体との連携
・ 生物多様性地域戦略等に対する地域からの政策提言
・ 生物多様性条約事務局との連絡窓口
・ 日本政府、地方自治体との連絡窓口
・ 生物多様性条約に取り組む海外の団体との連携

Charter of Japan Civil Network for the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity

In October, 2010, the 10th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity(COP10)and the 5th meeting of the Conference of the Parties serving as the Meeting of the Parties to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (MOP5) were held in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. Through a multitude of strenuous and difficult negotiations in the face of a possible failure, various resolutions were successfully adopted such as “United Nations Decade on Biodiversity,” “Aichi Target,”“Nagoya Protocol,” and “Nagoya-Kuala Lumpur Supplementary Protocol on Liability and Redress to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety,” etc. “Japan Civil Network for Convention on Biological Diversity” also contributed to the conference reaching better agreements as the only comprehensive civil alliance in Japan.

The biggest factor leading to these agreements was that the participants of the conference shared the significance of the following main objectives for the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) :
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.
Many countries and NGOs recognize that considering these three objectives inseparably will benefit the entire globe and have been striving for a sustainable future. The Japanese government, in particular, assumes the responsibility as the conference chair for sincerely acknowledging problems over which developed nations have expressed concerns and seeking to solve remaining issues in order to create a fair and equitable society. However, as eastern Japan suffered an unprecedented devastation in the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and the subsequent nuclear accident in Fukushima, we are compelled to acknowledge the fact that modern society is far from sustainable but built on the vulnerable foundations and at the sacrifice of specific parties and areas. Therefore, the government and people of Japan should aim for a society which is truly sustainable, fair and equitable as well as disaster-resistant in our restoration efforts.

“The UN Decade on Biodiversity” was initially advocated by“The Japan Civil Network for Convention on Biodiversity” and this proposal found its way through negotiations with the Japanese government and finally became a United Nations resolution. Therefore, we are determined to boost the resolution from citizens’ perspectives under a succeeding organization for “the UN Decade on Biodiversity.” We must make efforts to take over and realize the achievements of the CBD and reform our society by “squarely tackling the root cause for the dramatic loss of biodiversity” from the standpoint that “it cannot be separated from local residents who protect, nurture, and sustainably utilize it.” In doing so, we should seek for participation of various groups associated with international cooperation, primary industry, human rights/gender issues, and future generations in addition to environmental organizations that took part in COP10/MOP5 because it is crucial for us to promote cross-border cooperation with global citizens and local residents who are the true caretakers and guardians of diversified regional ecosystem and local cultures.
With a goal of attaining the above-mentioned objectives, we hereby declare the establishment of“the Japan Civil Network for the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity.”

In line with the above objectives, this organization acts as a Japanese civil group with a view to realizing the outcomes of COP10/MOP5, and targets set in the UN Decade on Biodiversity in cooperation with the international community. 

Basic principles
・ This organization recognizes biodiversity as a local issue as well as an international challenge and therefore is committed in our activities to valuing efforts as local residents while making proposals as global citizens.
・ This organization operates in a democratic manner ensuring transparency and openness so that we can pursue a decision-making process in which its members can stand on an equal footing and reach a consensus as much as possible.

1.Take over and realize the outcomes of COP10/MOP5
・ Awareness raising with regard to the UN Decade on Biodiversity
・ Actions and policy proposals necessary to achieve the Aichi Target
・ Activities pertaining to“the Nagoya Protocol,” and “The Nagoya-Kuala Lumpur Supplementary Protocol on Liability and Redress to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety.”
・ Proposals for national policies associated with the National Biodiversity Strategy, etc.
・ Actions required to take over and realize the outcomes of COP10/MOP5
2.Create a national network to connect regional ones
・ Cooperation with various local bodies in relation to biodiversity
・ Policy proposals from local perspectives regarding regional strategies for biodiversity, etc.
3.Cooperate with domestic and international organizations relevant to the CBD.
・ Liaison with the CBD Secretariat
・ Liaison with the Japanese government and local municipalities
・ Cooperation with overseas entities engaged in the CBD
4.Operations necessary to attain the purpose of this organization


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