UNCED environmental conventions Convention on Biological Diversity and its expanded forest programme The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) was negotiated at UNCED in 1992, and it was ratified in 1995. Biological diversity refers to the variability within and among living organisms and the systems they inhabit. “The objectives of this Convention, …, are the conservation
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