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A.21.16 Biotechnology

A.21.16 Biotechnology

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Environmentally Sound Management of Biotechnology CommitmentsAgenda 21: Chapter 16 and UN Commission on Sustainable Development
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Contents:1. Stakeholders: Governments1.1 Increasing the availability of food, feed and renewable raw materials
1.1.1 Finance and cost evaluation
1.2 Improving human health
1.2.1 Finance and cost evaluation1.2.2 Means of implementation1.2.2.1 Human resource development
1.3 Enhancing protection of the environment
1.3.1 Finance and cost evaluation1.3.2 Means of implementation1.3.2.1 Human resource development
1.4 Enhancing safety and developing international mechanisms forcooperation
1.4.1 Finance and cost evaluation
1.5 Establishing enabling mechanisms for the development and theenvironmentally sound application of biotechnology
1.5.1 Finance and cost evaluation1.5.2 Means of implementation1.5.2.1 Scientific and technological means1.5.2.2 Human resource development1.5.2.3 Capacity-building
1.6 Cooperation of the relevant United Nations bodies and regional,intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, the private sectorand financial institutions, and taking into consideration indigenous peopleand their communities, as well as social and economic factors
1.6.1 Benefits-sharing
1.7 Enhancing the potential contribution of the private sector, financial,academic and research institutions, non-governmental organizations andother major groups and implementing the objectives of chapter 16
1.7.1 Activities
2. Stakeholders: Governments at the appropriate level, with the assistance of internationaland regional organizations and with the support of non-governmental organizations, theprivate sector, and academic and scientific institutions2.1 Increasing the availability of food, feed and renewable raw materials
2.1.1 Activities2.1.1.1 Management-related activities2.1.1.2 Data and information
2.2 Improving human health
2.2.1 Activities2.2.1.1 Management-related activities2.2.1.2 Data and information
2.3 Enhancing safety and developing international mechanisms forcooperation
2.3.1 Activities2.3.1.1 Management-related activities2.3.1.2 Data and information
2.4 Means of Implementation
2.4.1 Scientific and technological means2.4.2 Human resource development2.4.3 Capacity-building
2.5 Establishing enabling mechanisms for the development and theenvironmentally sound application of biotechnology
2.5.1 Activities
 
Environmentally Sound Management of Biotechnology CommitmentsAgenda 21: Chapter 16 and UN Commission on Sustainable Development
 22.5.1.1 Management-related activities
3. Stakeholders: Governments and international organizations
 
3.1 Activities4. Stakeholders: Governments at the appropriate level, with the support of relevantinternational and regional organizations
 
4.1 Increasing the availability of food, feed, and renewable raw material
4.1.1 Activities4.1.1.1 International and regional cooperation and coordination
4.2 Improving human health
4.2.1 Activities4.2.1.1 International and regional cooperation and coordination
4.3 Enhancing protection of the environment
4.3.1 Activities4.3.1.1 International and regional cooperation and coordination4.3.2 Means of implementation4.3.3 Scientific and technological means
4.4 Enhancing safety and developing international mechanisms forcooperation
4.4.1 Activities4.4.1.1 International and regional cooperation and coordination
5. Stakeholders: Governments at the appropriate level, with the assistance of internationaland regional organizations, academic and scientific institutions, and the pharmaceuticalindustry
 
5.1 Improving human health
5.1.1 Activities5.1.1.1 Management-related activities5.1.1.2 Data and information
6. Stakeholders: International, scientific, technical institutions
 
6.1 Increasing the availability of food, feed and renewable raw materials
6.1.1 Means of implementation6.1.1.1 Scientific and technological means6.1.1.2 Human-resource development6.1.1.3 Capacity-building
7. Stakeholders: Research institutions
 
7.1 Improving human health
7.1.1 Means of implementation7.1.1.1 Scientific and technological means7.1.1.2 Capacity-building
8. Stakeholders: Relevant biotechnology institutions
 
8.1 Enhancing the protection of the environment
8.1.1 Means of implementation8.1.1.1 Capacity-building
9. Stakeholders: Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity
 
9.1 Activities10. Stakeholders: Governments, international organizations and the Conference of theParties to the Convention on Biological Diversity
 
10.1 Activities11. Stakeholders: United Nations bodies
 
11.1 Activities
 
Environmentally Sound Management of Biotechnology CommitmentsAgenda 21: Chapter 16 and UN Commission on Sustainable Development
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 1. Stakeholders: Governments
1.1 Increasing the availability of food, feed and renewable raw materials1.1.1 Finance and cost evaluation
Source
 
 
Recommendation Target Group
 
Target Date
 
Reference
How much has the government contributed to the $5 billion estimated average total annual cost of implementing the activities for this programmewith $50 million on grant or concessional terms?Has the government decided upon any specific strategies and/or programmes?Agenda 21Art 16.8
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?b.) What was the impact?c.) How was it measured?2.) If not: Why not?
 
 
1.2 Improving human health1.2.1 Finance and cost evaluation
Source
 
Recommendation Target Group
 
Target Date
 
Reference
How much has the government contributed to the $14 billion estimated average total annual cost of implementing the activities for this programmewith $130 million on grant or concessional terms?Has the government decided upon any specific strategies and/or programmes?Agenda 21Art 16.17
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?b.) What was the impact?c.) How was it measured?2.) If not: Why not?
 
 
1.2.2 Means of implementation1.2.2.1
Human resource developmentSource
 
Recommendation Target Group
 
Target Date
 
Reference
Agenda 21Art 16.19Has the government had access to and participated in, the exchange of information and expertise, particularly indigenous or traditional knowledge andrelated biotechnology?Has the government created or enhanced endogenous capabilities in developing countries to enable them to participate actively in the process of biotechnology production?Has the training of personnel been undertaken at the following three levels: (a) That of scientists required for basic and product-oriented research?(b) That of health personnel (to be trained in the safe use of new products) and of science managers required for complexintermultidisciplinary research?(c) That of tertiary-level technical workers required for delivery in the field?Indigenous people

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