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Adopted in Kingston, Jamaica by the member governments of the Caribbean Environment Programme (CEP) on 18 January 1990, the SPAW Protocol preceded other international environmental agreements in utilising an ecosystem approach to conservation. The Protocol acts as a vehicle to assist with regional implementation of the broader and more demanding global Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).

Glossary term(s)
Entry into force
18 Jun 2000
Region
Latin America and the Caribbean
Date of text
Tue, 22 March 2016