About GOBI

The Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative is an international partnership of organisations committed to advancing the scientific basis for conserving biological diversity in the marine environment. In particular, GOBI contributes expertise, knowledge and data to support the Convention on Biological Diversity’s efforts to identify ecologically and biologically significant marine areas (EBSAs) by assisting a range of intergovernmental, regional and national organisations to use and develop data, tools and methodologies. GOBI also undertakes research to generate new science that will enhance the value of EBSAs and their utility for promoting environmental protection and management for specific areas of the world’s oceans. The intention is ultimately to reduce the rate of biodiversity loss through the application of ecosystem approaches to the management of human activities, and to support the establishment of networks of representative marine protected areas in national and international waters.

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  • RT : Dr David Freestone and Professor Howard Roe explore how the Sargasso Sea Commission could be a new paradigm for hig… https://t.co/lbi9gpRcCC

  • RT : CMS was among the first international treaties to react on the rapid decline of many shark and ray species and deve… https://t.co/j6UwMg9nFA

  • RT : Los océanos son el mayor ecosistema del planeta. Dependemos de ellos para sobrevivir. Las áreas marinas protegidas… https://t.co/upXtw9DWDD

  • RT : 1st draft of UN Law of the Sea Agreement on Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction now avail for… https://t.co/6TE6ECPQMU

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