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  1. Working with Banking and Business -- Guidance under the CBD Beijing, China, 18 October 2002

  2. Scope of the study • Text of the Convention on Biological Diversity: all implementation-oriented articles appear to have relevance to banking and business sectors • Decisions adopted by six meetings of the Conference of the Parties: over 50 decisions contain provisions related to banking and business sectors

  3. Defining the Banking and Business Sectors • Various terms used in COP decisions • “The private sector” is a more commonly used term. • Implicitly the banking sector is included in the term “funding institutions” • The term “business” may be considered to include all relevant sectoral and cross-sectoral activities

  4. Article 6 to provide funding for implementing NBSAPs (VI/27) Article 7 GTI requires business management training to biodiversity managers (IV/1) Article 8 involved in plant conservation strategy (VI/9) Cooperation, awareness, involvement in alien species (VI/23) obtain prior informed consensus, awareness of polices or processes in Article 8(j) (V/16, VI/10) Examples for private sector engagement

  5. Article 9 Information regarding ex-situ collections (V/26) Article 10 Involvement (IV/15) Business creation (V/25) Public awareness and education (VI/14) Best practices and lessons (V/24) Examples for private sector engagement (Contd.)

  6. Article 11 Role and contributions (III/18, VI/15) Internalization (V/15) Engagement (VI/15) Article 13 Actors, partners and stakeholders (VI/19) Examples for private sector engagement (Contd.)

  7. Article 14 Involvement and collaboration (V/18) Article 15 Consultation (II/12) Information (II/11, VI/24) Expertise (IV/8) Participation (V/26, VI/24) Support (IV/8) Examples for private sector involvement (Contd.)

  8. Article 16 Submissions (II/4) Involvement (III/16) Article 17 Partnerships (VI/19) Examples for private sector involvement (Contd.)

  9. Article 18 Networking (II/3) Involvement (III/4, IV/2) Contact and being targeted audience (V/14) Article 19 Involvement (V/1) Examples for private sector involvement (Contd.)

  10. Examples for private sector involvement (Contd.) Articles 20 and 21 • Access to and mobilization of funds (I/2, III/6, IV/11) • Study on private sector (IV/12) • Involvement (V/11, VI/16) • Partnership initiatives (VI/21)

  11. Treatment of the private sector • Strategic element (VI/26) • Observer status (I/1) • Standing agenda item (V/11) • Budgetary contribution (I/6, II/20, III/24, IV/17, V/22, VI/29) • Encouragement of involvement (III/16, III/6)

  12. Expectations for the private sector • Funding support • Technical and human resources support • Consideration of the precautionary approach • Application of technology • Participation in the programme of work • Creation of private reserves and private conservation • Compliance • Information (best practices and lessons learned)

  13. Modalities for working with the private sector • Consultation/targeted • Networking • Access to private sector funds • Learn business management skills • Join efforts/cooperation/collaboration • Facilitate and support a responsible private sector • Create the conditions • Awareness raising • Involvement/engagement/participation • Assessment of private sector trends • Internalization of biodiversity values • Partnership