Intersessional Workshops aimed at improving understanding of the issues and
clarifying key questions as an input to the work of the Ad Hoc Open-ended
Informal Working Group to study issues relating to the conservation and
sustainable use of marine biological diversity beyond areas of national
2-3 and 6-7 May 2013
02 July 2013
Intersessional Workshop on marine genetic resources, 2-3 May 2013
Intersessional Workshop on conservation and management tools, including area-based management and
environmental impact assessments, 6-7 May 2013
List of participants
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- Druel, E. (2012), Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas (EBSAs): the identification process under the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and possible ways forward, Working Paper N°17/12, IDDRI, Paris, France, 24p.
- Druel, E. (2013), Environmental impact assessments in areas beyond national jurisdiction: identification of gaps and possible ways forward, Studies N°01/13, IDDRI, Paris, France, 42p.
- Ardron, J., Druel, E., Gjerde, K., Houghton, K, Rochette, J, Unger, S. (2013), Advancing Governance of the High Seas, IASS Policy Brief 1/2013, IASS - Potsdam, Germany / IDDRI - Paris, France, 12p.
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