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Stakeholder Day and 5th Session of the Plenary of the Intergovernmental
Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES-5)

6-10 March 2017 | Bonn, Germany

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IPBES-5 delegates met in plenary in the morning and afternoon. Two contact groups met in the evening to continue discussions on agenda items opened in plenary. The budget group met at lunchtime and in the evening. A Friends of the Chair Group on the enhanced observer status of the EU also met in the evening.

Plenary held initial discussions on: indigenous and local knowledge (ILK) systems; pending assessments; knowledge and data; policy support tools and methods; communication, stakeholder engagement and strategic partnerships; review of the platform; dates and venues of IPBES-6 and 7; and development of the second work programme.

Contact group I continued deliberations on ILK systems. Contact Group II continued discussing pending assessments and the scoping report for the assessment on sustainable use of wild biodiversity.

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Morning Plenary

The dais during morning plenary


IPBES Chair Robert Watson


Sebastián Restrepo, Colombia

Ana Laura Mello, Uruguay


José Luis Echeverría Tello, Guatemala

Amita Prasad, India


Omer Muhammad Raja, Pakistan


El Khitma El Awad Mohammed, Sudan

Birthe Harriet Maria Ivars, Norway


Senka Barudanovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Almuth Ostermeyer Schlöder, Germany


Delegate reading Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) during the morning plenary


Preston Hardison, Forest Peoples Programme (FPP)

Prasert Trakansuphakon, FPP


Mette Gervin Damsgaard, Denmark

Fundisile Mketeni, South Africa


David Morgan, CITES Secretariat


Ala Rotaru, Republic of Moldova, and Senka Barudanovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Rashad Zabid Oglu Allahverdiyev, Azerbaijan, and Anton Mezhnev, the Russian Federation


Lilian Chua Swee Lian, Malaysia

Myoung-Ho Jin, Republic of Korea



Janine Van Vessem, Belgium

Agnès Hallosserie and Emmanuelle Matras Swynghedauw, France


Thomas Koetz, IPBES Secretariat


Afternoon Plenary

Robert Spaull, IPBES Secretariat


Oleg Borodin, Belarus

Carlos Alberto De Mattos Scaramuzza, Brazil


Ann Christin Maria Weibull, Sweden


Marco Barbieri, Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species (CMS)

Doug Beard, US


Stephanie Aktipis and Christine Dawson, US


Delegates applauding Colombia for hosting IPBES-6 in 2018


MoU Signing Ceremony between IPBES and Ramsar Convention


IPBES Executive Secretary Anne Larigauderie and Maria Rivera, Ramsar Convention on Wetlands Secretariat




Around the Venue







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