The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), known informally as the Biodiversity Convention, is an international legally binding treaty. The convention recognized for the first time in international law that the conservation of biological diversity is "a common concern of humankind" and is an integral part of the sustainable development process. The agreement covers all ecosystems, species, and…
The Kichesipirini Algonquin First Nation believes that State administrations often avoid proper compliance with implementation of…Read More
Many Algonquins face charges and court processes in unceded Algonquin Nation territory because they have not been adequately informed about…Read More
Failing to implement conditions of international treaties affects real lives locally. Failing to implement international treaties concerning biological diversity and climate change affect real lives globally. Help the customary Algonquin Nation ensure that there is authenticity and integrity when…Read More
International treaties are supposed to represent collective decisions and commitments regarding matters of great concern, but if these treaties are not implemented then the entire system of peaceful process becomes useless. This is particularly important when we consider the urgency needed…Read More
Rules or agreements , are for reasons .Especially when more than one culture is envolved .Breaking a promises (rule) can be devastating & build strong disrespect for decades .