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International Conventions on Environment and Ecology - Part 1
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In this lesson, Vimal is teaching International Conventions on Environment and Ecology.

Vimal Singh Rathore
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10/10 thank you mam
founded I France, HQ: Gland Switzerland . As u said Gland France .Kindly correct it
hi sir, It was founded in France, HQ Gland Switzerland. Kindly correct this
sir dis course is important for 2019 exam prelims or not sir plz tell sir soon
after a long time, awesome energy awesome work...keep going sir... thanku so much
Could someone suggest me if it is worth purchasing new edition of Shankar's Environment book if you already have the old one? Is there too much difference? Thanks in advance
  1. Environment & Ecology International Conventions Vimal Singh Rathore

  2. ABOUT ME Masters in Biomedical Research from ACBR, Delhi University . Loves teaching & traveling . Passionate about Education Sector- working to revolutionize ways of learning . Follow me on Unacademy at Passionate about Education Sector - working to revolutionize ways of learning "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." - Einstein

  3. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Washington Convention) . Ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. Legally binding on the Parties, it does not take the place of national laws . Financed from CITES TRUST FUND Appendix I-species threatened with extinction. Appendix 11-not threatened with extinction, but controlled for survival Appendix III - after one member country has asked other CITES Parties for assistance

  4. Bonn Convention on Conservation Migratory Species Intergovernmental treaty under aegis of UNEP. India is a party to the treaty (1983) . Only global and UN-based intergovernmental organization established exclusively for the conservation and management of terrestrial, aquatic and avian migratory species throughout their range. 0 . The CMS MoU on the Conservation of Migratory Birds of Prey in Africa andd Eurasia (Raptors MOU). India signed it. It is not legally binding.

  5. World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF) International fund raising NGO to work in collaboration with existing conservation groups and bring substantial financial support to the conservation movement on a worldwide scale. Est in 1961. WWF (wwF-India was set up as a Charitable Public Trust in 1969 WWF-India was set up as a Charitable Public Trust in 1969. Today, WWF-India is the country's largest voluntary body in the field of conservation. Living Planet Index Report in collaboration with the EARTH HOUR Earth Hour Zoological Society of London

  6. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources Established Fontainbleu, France. HQ: Gland To influence, encourage and assist societies throughout the world to Mission conserve the integrity and diversity of the nature and to ensure that any Objective UCN has widened its focus beyond conservation ecology and now incorporates issues use of natural resources is equitable and ecologically sustainable. To find pragmatic solutions to our most pressing environmental and developmental challenges related to gender equality, poverty alleviation and sustainable business in its projects. It is the world's largest and oldest environmental network. it helped in establishing WWF and WCMS

  7. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources Advices all major environmental conventions such as CITES, CBD, UNFCCC, Ramsar, UNEP etc. IUCN World Conservation Congress (formerly IUCN members assembly) held every 4 years. 2016 in Hawaii IUCN Red list of threatened species IUCN Red List of Ecosystems is being prepared. Will be completed by 2025 Least Concern Extinct Threatened EX EW CR EN VU NT LC

  8. Conservation International American non-profit environmental organization is an initiative of Cl Biodiversity Hotspots Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) is an alliance of leading conservation donors that provides grants to nonprofit and private-sector organizations that are working to protect the biodiversity hotspots and improve human well-being. Ocean health Index (OHI) Target biodiversity hotspots in developing and transitional countries. Cl is an investor in CEPF Total 35 areas classified as Hotspot in world- Himalayas, Indo-Burma (NE, Myanmar), Western Ghat-Sri Lanka and Sundalands (A&N Islands) IUCN Red List of Ecosystems is being prepared. Will be completed by 2025