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Ramsar COP11 DR3 Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.3

Ramsar COP11 DR3 Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.3

Review Panel (STRP) have reviewed the congruence and consistency of Strategic Plan Key Result Areas (KRAs) with key implementation activities as reflected in the indicators in the National Report Form for COP11, and NOTING that the review has revealed that there are certain key aspects of the Convention‟s implementation, notably concerning the Changwon Declaration (Resolution X.3), which are not reflected in the present Strategic Plan‟s KRAs; and

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Ramsar COP11 DR9 , REV 1 Draft Resolution XI.9 , Rev. 1 An Integrated Framework and guidelines for avoiding, mitigating and compensating for wetland losses

Ramsar COP11 DR9 , REV 1 Draft Resolution XI.9 , Rev. 1 An Integrated Framework and guidelines for avoiding, mitigating and compensating for wetland losses

61. In any monitoring programme, it is useful to develop early warning indicators.The underlying concept of early warning indicators is that effects can be detected which are precursors to, or indicate the onset of, actual environmental impacts. Whilst such „early warnings‟ may not necessarily provide firm evidence of larger-scale environmental degradation, they present an opportunity to determine whether intervention or further investigation is warranted. As such, early warning indicators can be defined as “the measurable biological, physical or chemical responses to a particular stress, preceding the occurrence of potentially significant adverse effects on the system of interest”. Further information on early warning indicators is also provided in Ramsar Handbook 18 (4 th
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Ramsar COP11 DR4 Rev. 12 Draft Resolution XI.4 Rev. 12 The status of sites on the List of Wetlands of International Importance

Ramsar COP11 DR4 Rev. 12 Draft Resolution XI.4 Rev. 12 The status of sites on the List of Wetlands of International Importance

24. STRONGLY URGES those Parties within whose territories lie Ramsar Sites for which official descriptions have still not been provided, and/or for which suitable maps have still not yet been submitted, to provide as a matter of the greatest urgency the Ramsar Information Sheets and/or maps in one of the Convention’s official working languages, and INSTRUCTS the Ramsar Secretariat to contact the Contracting Parties listed in Annex 1 to this Resolution and request them to do so;

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Ramsar COP11 DR13, R ev.1 Draft Resolution XI.13, Rev. 1 An Integrated Framework for linking wetland conservation and wise use with poverty eradication

Ramsar COP11 DR13, R ev.1 Draft Resolution XI.13, Rev. 1 An Integrated Framework for linking wetland conservation and wise use with poverty eradication

1. In 2005, Ramsar Contracting Parties adopted Resolution IX.14 on Wetlands and poverty reduction, which recognized the relevance of wetland conservation and wise use (and thereby of the Ramsar Convention as an instrument) as an important element for achieving internationally agreed development strategies, including the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In the subsequent Resolution X.28 (2008) on Wetlands and poverty eradication, the Parties requested the Scientific and Technical Review Panel (STRP) to develop an integrated framework for linking wetland conservation and wise use with poverty eradication and to identify the most appropriate scale at which each type of poverty eradication action should take place.
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Ramsar COP11 DR3 Rev.1 Projet de résolution XI.3 Rev.1 Ajustements apportés au Plan stratégique 2009-2015 pour la période triennale 2013-2015

Ramsar COP11 DR3 Rev.1 Projet de résolution XI.3 Rev.1 Ajustements apportés au Plan stratégique 2009-2015 pour la période triennale 2013-2015

biodiversité et à la réalisation des « Objectifs d’Aichi » du Plan stratégique pour la diversité biologique 2011-2020 (CDB, COP10 Décision X/12) énoncés dans l’Appendice 1; à la réalisation de l’objectif 2012 pour les aires marines protégées; à apporter des réponses à des problèmes clés relatifs aux changements climatiques; et à l’application des décisions de la Commission du développement durable (CDD13) aux politiques relatives à l’eau et à l’assainissement. »

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Ramsar COP11 DR11, Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.11 , Rev. 1 Principles for the planning and management of urban and peri- urban wetlands

Ramsar COP11 DR11, Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.11 , Rev. 1 Principles for the planning and management of urban and peri- urban wetlands

21. RECOGNIZES that urban development should be planned and managed in a sustainable way, especially with reference to the COP11 [DR9] on an Integrated Framework for avoiding, mitigating, and compensating for wetland losses, and INVITES Contracting Parties and other relevant organizations to raise awareness of, and provide guidance on, the importance of wetlands as providers of benefits to urban populations;

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Ramsar COP11 DR16, Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.16, Rev

Ramsar COP11 DR16, Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.16, Rev

ii) review the full range of processes by which scientific and technical Convention implementation needs are identified, articulated, prioritised and converted into tools for the range of on-the-ground stakeholders, including those processes which involve adoption of scientific and technical Resolutions by the COP (including the terms of Resolution VIII.45) as well as other relevant processes within or outside formal Convention mechanisms, and also including the development of clear and transparent criteria to formally prioritize STRP work in order to ensure that the tasks undertaken by the STRP reflect the highest priority needs of the Contracting Parties;
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Ramsar COP11 DR18 Rev1 Draft Resolution XI.18 , Rev. 1 Adjustments to the modus operandi of the Scientific and Technical Review Panel (STRP) for the 2013-2015 triennium

Ramsar COP11 DR18 Rev1 Draft Resolution XI.18 , Rev. 1 Adjustments to the modus operandi of the Scientific and Technical Review Panel (STRP) for the 2013-2015 triennium

17. CONFIRMS that the Standing Committee will continue to have overall responsibility for the work of the STRP, that the Chair of the STRP will report to each Standing Committee meeting on the Panel’s progress with its programme of work and priorities as established by the COP ([COP11 DR17]) and Standing Committee, and that the STRP will report to Standing Committee on any adjustments to its programme it considers necessary and on any new tasks proposed during the intersessional period in relation to emerging issues;

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Ramsar COP11 DR19, Rev. 1 Proyecto de Resolución XI.19, Rev. 1 Ajustes a las disposiciones de la Resolución VII.1 sobre composición, funciones y responsabilidades del Comité Permanente y clasificación de los países por regiones en el marco de la Convenció

Ramsar COP11 DR19, Rev. 1 Proyecto de Resolución XI.19, Rev. 1 Ajustes a las disposiciones de la Resolución VII.1 sobre composición, funciones y responsabilidades del Comité Permanente y clasificación de los países por regiones en el marco de la Convenció

3. Comunicarse y celebrar consultas con las Partes Contratantes de su grupo regional, y aprovechar las posibilidades de viajar dentro de su región y la asistencia a reuniones regionales o internacionales para sostener consultas sobre cuestiones relacionadas con la Convención y para promover los objetivos de la misma. A tal efecto, cuando exista más de un representante regional, convendrán entre sí cuáles Partes Contratantes serán

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Ramsar COP11 DR12 , Rev. 1 Projet de résolution XI.12 , Rev. 1 Les zones humides et la santé : adopter une approche par écosystème

Ramsar COP11 DR12 , Rev. 1 Projet de résolution XI.12 , Rev. 1 Les zones humides et la santé : adopter une approche par écosystème

1. RAPPELANT la Résolution X.3, La Déclaration de Changwon sur le bien-être humain et les zones humides, la Résolution X.23, Les zones humides et la santé et le bien-être humains et la Résolution X.21, Orientations relatives à la lutte contre la propagation continue de l’influenza aviaire hautement pathogène qui appelaient à une approche intégrée des questions de santé dans les zones humides et RAPPELANT AUSSI que la Résolution IX.1 dans son annexe A définissait l’ « utilisation rationnelle » des zones humides comme « le maintien de leurs caractéristiques écologiques obtenu par la mise en œuvre d’approches par écosystème dans le contexte du développement durable »;
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Ramsar COP11 DR14 , Rev. 1 Projet de résolution XI.14 , Rev. 1 Les changements climatiques et les zones humides : implications pour la Convention de Ramsar sur les zones humides

Ramsar COP11 DR14 , Rev. 1 Projet de résolution XI.14 , Rev. 1 Les changements climatiques et les zones humides : implications pour la Convention de Ramsar sur les zones humides

1. RAPPELANT que la résolution X.24 sur Les changements climatiques et les zones humides (2008), qui actualisait et remplaçait la résolution VIII.3 sur Les changements climatiques et les zones humides : effets, adaptation et atténuation (2002), reconnaissait que les changements climatiques pouvaient avoir des effets très défavorables sur la conservation et l’utilisation rationnelle des zones humides et appelait notamment les Parties contractantes à gérer les zones humides de manière à renforcer leur résilience aux changements climatiques et aux phénomènes climatiques extrêmes et à s’assurer que les mesures qu’elles prendraient pour faire face aux changements climatiques ne causeraient pas de dommages graves aux caractéristiques écologiques de leurs zones humides, et RECONNAISSANT que la Convention de Ramsar a pour rôle et pour mandat de traiter de toutes les questions touchant au maintien des caractéristiques écologiques des zones humides;
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Ramsar COP11 DR4 Rev. 12 Proyecto de Resolución XI.4 Rev. 12 El estado de los sitios de la Lista Ramsar de Humedales de Importancia Internacional

Ramsar COP11 DR4 Rev. 12 Proyecto de Resolución XI.4 Rev. 12 El estado de los sitios de la Lista Ramsar de Humedales de Importancia Internacional

25. ACOGE CON SATISFACCIÓN las declaraciones hechas en los Informes Nacionales a la COP11 o durante esta reunión respecto de las ampliaciones previstas de Sitios Ramsar existentes y las designaciones futuras de Sitios Ramsar nuevos o ampliados, por las siguientes 876 Partes Contratantes: Albania 1, Antigua y Barbuda 2, Argelia 10, Australia 1, Austria 3, Barbados 1, Belarús 3, Benin 1, Bolivia 1, Botswana 2, Brasil 6, Camerún 5, Canadá 1, Colombia 2, Congo 3, Croacia 1, Cuba 3, Chile 3, China 5, Ecuador 4, El Salvador 2, Eslovaquia 1, España 4, Estonia 9, Ex República Yugoslava de Macedonia 6, Fiji 2, Filipinas 4, Finlandia 11, Francia 10, Gambia 3, Georgia 1, Ghana 5, Guatemala 2, Guinea-Bissau 2, Indonesia 3, Islandia 1, Islas Marshall 2, Italia 8, Jamaica 1, Kenya 2, Lesotho 1, Líbano 5, Libia 20, Madagascar 2, Malasia 1, Malawi 3, Mauritania 10, Moldova 1, Mongolia 1, Montenegro 1, Mozambique 1, Myanmar 1, Namibia 2, Nepal 10, Nueva Zelandia 2, Pakistán 5, Panamá 1, Paraguay 3, Portugal 2, Reino Unido 4, República Centroafricana 3, República Checa 2, República Democrática Popular Lao 1, República Dominicana 4, República Islámica del Irán 3, Rumania 15, Rwanda 2, Senegal 2, Serbia 2, Seychelles 2, Sierra Leona 3, Sri Lanka 3, Sudáfrica 3, Sudán 3, Suecia 15, Suriname 2, Tailandia 6, Togo 1, Túnez 20, Turkmenistán 5, Turquía 17, Ucrania 10, Uganda 3, Uruguay 65, Venezuela 3, Viet Nam 4 y Yemen 3; y
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Ramsar COP11 DR14 , Rev. 1 Proyecto de Resolución XI.14 , Rev. 1 Cambio climático y humedales: consecuencias para la Convención de Ramsar sobre los Humedales

Ramsar COP11 DR14 , Rev. 1 Proyecto de Resolución XI.14 , Rev. 1 Cambio climático y humedales: consecuencias para la Convención de Ramsar sobre los Humedales

1. RECORDANDO que en la Resolución X.24 sobre Cambio climático y humedales (2008), que actualizó y sustituyó la Resolución VIII.3 sobre Cambio climático y humedales: impactos, adaptación y mitigación (2002), se reconocieron las implicaciones potencialmente graves del cambio climático para la conservación y el uso racional de los humedales y, entre otras cosas, se instó a las Partes Contratantes a manejar sus humedales de modo que aumentara su resiliencia al cambio climático y otros fenómenos climáticos extremos, y a velar por que las respuestas al cambio climático no redundaran en perjuicio grave de las características ecológicas de los humedales, y RECONOCIENDO el papel y mandato de la Convención de Ramsar de abordar todas las cuestiones que afecten al mantenimiento de las
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Ramsar COP11 DR19 , Rev. 1 Draft Resolution XI.19, Rev. 1 Adjustments to the terms of Resolution VII.1 on the composition, roles, and responsibilities of the Standing Committee and regional categorization of countries under the Convention

Ramsar COP11 DR19 , Rev. 1 Draft Resolution XI.19, Rev. 1 Adjustments to the terms of Resolution VII.1 on the composition, roles, and responsibilities of the Standing Committee and regional categorization of countries under the Convention

Committee, in Resolution VII.1 (1999) the Conference of the Contracting Parties adopted guidelines on the composition, roles, and responsibilities of the Standing Committee and the regional categorization of countries under the Convention. In [Resolution XI.19xx (2012)], the Parties amended that text and the list of countries and Contracting Parties assigned to each of the six Ramsar regions in order to bring them up to date.

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Ramsar COP11 DR15 , Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.15, Rev. 1 Agriculture-wetland interactions: rice paddy and pesticide usagepest control

Ramsar COP11 DR15 , Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.15, Rev. 1 Agriculture-wetland interactions: rice paddy and pesticide usagepest control

5. RECOGNIZING that irrigated rice fields are a major wetland type under the Ramsar Convention which directly delivers food production from wetlands, and that consequently there is a particularly close relationship between the benefits of sustainable management of rice paddy for wetland biodiversity and the potential negative impacts on this biodiversity from aspects of rice production practices, and AWARE that rice paddy is included as “rice fields” in the Ramsar Classification System for Wetland Type as a human-made wetland (“Type 3 Irrigated land; includes irrigation channels and rice fields”);
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Ramsar COP11 DR7 , Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.7 , Rev.1 Tourism and wetlands

Ramsar COP11 DR7 , Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.7 , Rev.1 Tourism and wetlands

21. REQUESTS Contracting Parties and others involved in sustainable tourism in wetlands to share experiences and best practices for such tourism in and around Ramsar Sites and other wetlands, including experiences relating to wetland centres and flyway initiatives, and INVITES the Parties, supported as appropriate by the IOPs and others, to inform the Ramsar Secretariat of any issues concerning sustainable tourism and wetlands upon which any further advice and guidance would be helpful;

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Ramsar COP11 DR2 Rev 1 Draft Resolution XI.2 Financial and budgetary matters

Ramsar COP11 DR2 Rev 1 Draft Resolution XI.2 Financial and budgetary matters

17. URGES Contracting Parties [in arrears in their payments of assessed contributions] [with outstanding contributions ] to make a renewed effort to settle them as expeditiously as possible to enhance the financial sustainability of the Convention through contributions by all Contracting Parties[, , and AGREES that the Standing Committee should continue to consider options for dealing with Parties that are consistently in arrears with payments to the Convention]and REQUESTS the Secretariat to contact Contracting Parties with outstanding contributions in excess of 3 years and to work with them to identify appropriate options and actions for addressing the situation and initiating a plan for making payment of contributions, and to report back to each Standing Committee and meeting of the Conference of the Parties COP on activities taken in this regard and results achieved;
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Ramsar COP11 DR10, Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.10 , Rev. 1 Wetlands and energy issues

Ramsar COP11 DR10, Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.10 , Rev. 1 Wetlands and energy issues

8. Climate change policies also have significant influences on energy policies and demands. Resolution X.24 on Climate change and wetlands (2008) stresses the need to ensure that climate change policy responses do not lead to further degradation and loss of wetlands, as well as the need for integrated coordination in developing national policies related to water management, agriculture, energy production, poverty reduction, and human health in order to ensure that sectoral objectives are mutually supportive in addressing the likely negative impacts of climate change. In some cases the implementation of measures to mitigate climate change could potentially compromise the ability of wetlands to provide options for climate change adaptation measures.
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Ramsar COP11 DR12, Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.12, Rev.1 Wetlands and health: taking an ecosystem approach

Ramsar COP11 DR12, Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.12, Rev.1 Wetlands and health: taking an ecosystem approach

prevention and mitigation of disaster impacts (Resolution IX.9, 2005), NOTING that the world has witnessed recent floods, earthquakes, and tsunamis where large numbers of human lives have been lost, and where there have been acute and long-lasting health consequences for affected populations, and AWARE that, in some circumstances, these consequences can be reduced with appropriate policies that recognize and implement ecosystem approaches to wetland management;

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Ramsar COP11 DR14, Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.14 , Rev. 1 Climate change and wetlands: implications for the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands

Ramsar COP11 DR14, Rev.1 Draft Resolution XI.14 , Rev. 1 Climate change and wetlands: implications for the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands

18. REAFFIRMING that integrative policies and planning measures for the wise use of wetlands need to be encouraged in order to address the influence of global climate change on the interdependencies between wetlands, water management, agriculture, energy production, poverty reduction, and human health, and WELCOMING Ramsar Technical Report No. 6 on wetlands and human health interactions, {as well as {COP11 DR12} which further elaborates upon the many benefits that people obtain from healthy wetlands and the need to incorporate climate change adaptation approaches into efforts to alleviate poverty}; and
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