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Folder 22-05-2002: Ten years after Rio. What future for biodiversity in Belgium?

In the context of World Summit for Sustainable Development (Rio+10), a symposium was organised at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences to evaluate the implementation in Belgium of engagements taken at Rio concerning biological diversity.

The first part of the symposium briefly presented the existing policy and the action already undertaken for the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity.

The second part started with an overview of the state of biodiversity in Belgium, then continued with the presentation of successful experiences on the integration of biodiversity in sectoral policies.

Date: 

22 May 2002

Venue: 

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels, Belgium

Languages:  

Dutch, French and English

Organisation:

Mrs Magda Aelvoet, Federal Minister for Consumer interests, Health and Environment, and her administration

Mr Yvan Ylieff, Government Commissioner for Scientific Research, and his administration

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, in its function of Belgian National Focal Point to the Convention on Biological Diversity

Folder Oral contributions
Folder Posters and abstracts
HTML Document Highlights and pictures of the symposium

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