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天鹅保护荣成宣言 Rongcheng Declaration on Swans Conservation
发布日期:2019-11-23 来源: 作者: 点击率:65

 

我们,来自中国、俄罗斯、日本、蒙古、巴基斯坦及世界自然基金会(WWF)、东亚—澳大利西亚迁飞区伙伴协定(EAAFP)、国际湿地(IWRB)的代表、学者,于2019年11月22日,相聚于美丽的大天鹅之乡——中国山东省荣成市,参加由中国野生动物保护协会、威海市人民政府联合举办的“天鹅保护国际学术交流会”,就加强天鹅及其栖息地的保护,促进和维护区域及全球生物多样性工作达成共识:

 

一、认识到 大天鹅、小天鹅和疣鼻天鹅是亚欧大陆广泛分布的迁徙候鸟,深受世界各国人民的喜爱,是自然保护的旗舰物种。

 

二、进一步认识到天鹅有着长期的演化历史,作为亚欧多国共同的自然和文化遗产象征,对于响应相关国际公约、协定的保护目标具有重要的国际意义。

 

三、回顾《生物多样性公约》以及国家间候鸟及其栖息地保护协定的签订,有力提高了公众保护候鸟及其栖息地的意识。在世界各国的共同努力下,天鹅及其它候鸟的保护取得了显著成绩。

 

四、为进一步加强天鹅及其栖息地的保护,我们倡议:

 

1、积极开展天鹅的生态生物学研究,加强天鹅种群的生态监测,了解天鹅种群和栖息地的变化状况;

 

2、促进双边和多边合作,倡议建立天鹅保护国际信息交流网络,提升天鹅繁殖地、停歇地和越冬地的联合保护能力;

 

3、支持开展基于社区参与的保护管理模式,提高公众自然保护意识,推动天鹅保护与人类社会和谐发展;

 

4、积极响应联合国“生物多样性公约”第十五次缔约方大会倡议的“生态文明——共建地球命运共同体”的号召,促进联合国2050年人与自然和谐相处共同愿景的实现。

 

天鹅保护国际学术交流会全体参会代表

中国·荣成

 

2019年11月22日

 

 


 

 

 

Rongcheng Declaration on Swans Conservation

 

 

 

 

We, representatives and scholars from China, Russia,Japan, Mongolia, Pakistan and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), EastAsia-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP), International Wetland, onNovember 22th 2019, assembled in Rongcheng, the beautiful hometown of theWhooper Swan, to participate in the "International Academic Workshop onRongcheng Swans Protection" jointly organized by the China WildlifeConservation Association and the Weihai Municipal People's Government. On strengtheningthe conservation of swans and their habitats, to promote and maintain regionaland global biodiversity, a common recognition was formed:

 

Conscious that the Whooper Swans, the Tundra Swans andthe Mute Swans are widely distributed migratory birds in the Eurasiancontinent, which are loved by people around the world and become the flagshipspecies of nature conservation.

 

Recognized that the swans are the symbol of thenatural and cultural heritage shared by Asian and European countries with along history of evolution, and their international significance as a responseto conservation targets of international conventions.

 

Recalling also Convention on Biological Diversity andthe bilateral and multilateral agreement on the conservation of migratory birdsand their Habitats between have effectively raised public awareness. with jointefforts of each country, great achievements have been made on the conservationof swans and other migratory birds.

 

To improve the conservation of swans and their habitats,Call in particular for actions to:

1. Carry out ecological and biological research onswans, strengthen ecological monitoring of swans populations, and get knowledgeof the changes in swans populations and their habitats;

2.Promote bilateral and multilateral cooperation, andestablish Swans international information network to enhance the conservationcapabilities with full coverage of breeding grounds, stopovers and winteringgrounds;

3.Support the implementation of a community-basedconservation management model, raise public awareness on nature conservationand improve the harmonious development of swan conservation and human society;

4.Actively respond to the call of the “Ecological Civilizations – Building aCommunity of Earth Destiny” initiated by the 15thConference of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, andpromote the realization of the UN Vision 2050 of harmony between man andnature.

 

Participants ofthe International Academic Conference on the Swan Conservation

Rongcheng · China

2019.11.22