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DID YOU KNOW ... that Lake Dianchi in China once proudly known as the “Sparkling Pearl Embedded in a Highland” is now highly polluted? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW ... traditional indigenous territories are estimated to cover around 24% of the world's land surface and contain 80% of the earth's remaining healthy ecosystems? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW of all environmental ills, biodiversity loss is the only one likely to be irreversible? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that 41,000 magellanic penguins in Patagonia die each year for causes related to commercial fishing and oil pollution? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that although DDT is a cheap and fast method in wiping out the mosquitos that spread malaria, it is a serious threat to human health and environmental biodiversity? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that expanding the area of biological conservation can boost economic growth through tourism? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that many Manatee hunters in Nigeria have turned into fish-keepers? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that Mexico has the forth-highest number of fauna and floral species on the planet? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that only 10 out of 14 sub-species of Galapagos Giant Tortoise remain on Earth? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that the black rhino is critically endangered despite its ability to go without water for 4 days? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that the breeding success of spoon-billed sandpiper bird is about 0.66 young fledged per nest? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania are home to two endangered species, the Loveridge’s Sunbird and the Sanje mangabey? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that the Giant Ibis, once thought to be extinct was recently re-discovered in the Northern Plains of Cambodia? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that the lives of many rare species inhabiting in Kamchatka, Russian Far East, are threatened? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that the Pemba flying foxes (a species of bat), which used to be hunted and eaten widely, are now beloved by the Pemba islanders in Tanzania? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that the Saiga Antelope is now extinct within China’s borders? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW that within Asia, 59% of water-bird populations are declining? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW the communities in the Northern Plains of Cambodia earn thousands of dollars showing the same birds over and over again? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW … that delicious juicy tropical fruit trees in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand are at risk? Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW … the Convention on Biological Diversity Has Agreed on 20 Targets, aka Aichi Targets, to Achieve the Five Goals of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020? Did You Know
Draft Decisions for the Eleventh Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity Document
Draft Report of the GEF to the Third Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity Council Document
Ecosystem Services Tools and Lessons in Rural Communities for Mainstreaming Biodiversity Document
Elements Of A GEF Operational Program On Conservation And Sustainable Use Of Biological Diversity Important To Agriculture Council Document
Ensuring biodiversity in a sustainable future: lessons from evaluations. Evaluation Cooperation Group Note. 2010 EO Document
Familiarization Seminar - Biodiversity Document
Familiarization Seminar - GEF Support to Biodiversity Enabling Activities Document
Financing the Achievement of the Aichi Targets Publication
Financing the Stewardship of Global Biodiversity Publication
Focal Areas Evaluation - Biodiversity Program Study 2004 EO Document
Focal Areas Evaluation - GEF Support to Biosafety 2006 EO Document
Focal Areas Evaluation - Review of Financial Arrangements in GEF Support to Biodiversity Projects EO Document
Focal Areas Evaluation - UNEP-GEF Toolkit Evaluation EO Document
Full Assessment of the Amount of Funds Needed for the Implementation of the Convention for the 6th Replenishment Period of the Trust Fund of the Global Environment Facility Document
GEF BBL- An African Perspective: Biodiversity and development in a post-Copenhagen world GEF Events
GEF BBL: Establishing an Intergovernmental Science GEF Events
GEF BBL: Lessons from almost two decades of access and benefit sharing through integrated bio-discovery using genetic resources GEF Events
GEF BBL: The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity and Green Economy Initiative GEF Events
GEF Biodiversity Fact Sheet Publication
GEF Council Members, Alternates and Constituencies Council Document