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The Post 2020 Biodiversity Framework-EU support project empowers decision-makers and stakeholders worldwide to implement the Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF), The Biodiversity Plan, for the wellbeing of present and future generations.
It is funded by the European Union and implemented by Expertise France.

Building momentum to ensure the prompt implementation of a transformative GBF, The Biodiversity Plan, across the globe.

Working jointly with governments, the private sector and civil society to support transformative solutions and positive innovations to reverse biodiversity loss and to safeguard human and ecosystems’ health.

our focus

Integrating biodiversity considerations into policies, practices and economic activities that affect or depend on nature and its services requires an integrative and holistic approach.

The mobilization, inclusion and commitment of the largest possible range of stakeholders can enable effective change in national policy by mainstreaming biodiversity in practice and showing how policy can support these contributions.

Mainstreaming biodiversity across food systems is a genuinely cross-cutting subject. It goes beyond applying safeguarding mechanisms to tackle biodiversity loss or keeping endangered species out of harm’s way.

Cities, subnational and local governments (SNLGs) have the capacity and willingness to be cornerstones of biodiversity mainstreaming, with direct authority on spatial management at the heart of the economy, and as key intermediaries between different levels of governance.

Ecosystem restoration can address environmental and socioeconomic aspects simultaneously, but only if it integrates local ecosystem’s needs and features in restoration plans, providing information to support decision-makers for its effective implementation.

Spatial planning generally consists in projecting long-term goals on geographical areas, thus inherently addressing all aspects of development (environmental, economic and social).

OUR GLOBAL REACH

OUR PROJECT ENGAGES IN 10 PARTNER COUNTRIES AT THE NATIONAL, THE REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVELS TO FOSTER INNOVATIVE AND POSITIVE SOLUTIONS ON STRATEGIC BIODIVERSITY TOPICS.

We facilitate dialogues to share knowledge on best practices focusing on priority thematics. We also provide technical expertise to shape a path towards a Nature-positive future.

Colombia

South Africa

Morocco

Costa Rica

Egypt

Key Events:

COP14, COP27

Canada

Key Event:

COP15

Switzerland

Key Events:

OEWG3, CITES

Italy

Key Event:

OEWG1

USA - New York

Brazil - São Paulo

Key Event:

WORLDBIO

Kenya

Key Event:

SBSTTA 25 OEWG4

UAE

Key Event:

UNFCCC COP 28

Scotland

Key Event:

BBNJ Symposium
  • Focus countries
  • Worldwide Impact

To be nature-positive by 2030, we must urgently engage the whole of society in transformative actions, and address direct and indirect drivers of biodiversity loss and ecosystems degradation.

whole of society mobilization

Our project is partnering with more than 60 stakeholders across the world, all engaged in implementing the GBF, The Biodiversity Plan.

By working with government representatives in key countries, our project supports them in identifying and implementing transformative actions for biodiversity.

Our project aims at scaling up investments in biodiversity by showcasing initiatives aimed at redirecting public and private funds to nature-positive activities.

By promoting best practices, outreach and awareness raising, our project encourages the mainstreaming of biodiversity into business strategies and practices.

Our project contributes to the mobilization of local, subnational and regional governments, as key actors for an effective implementation of the GBF on the ground.

Jointly with research Institutions and academia, our project disseminates positive solutions for impactful biodiversity policies and powerful monitoring systems.

Our project partners with international organizations to promote nature-positive policies worldwide.

Together with NGO’s, Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities, Women and Youth, our project facilitates inclusive governance of the GBF.

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transformative change

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LATEST X POSTS

🎙️Have you heard the #BiodiversityBeat featuring the great @MsweliSimangele, representing the African Wildlife Foundation @AWF_Official ? 🌿

📽️Not yet? Have a look here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7x69SOzHmkI

🙏Thank you to David Ainsworth, for conducting the interview! @UNBiodiversity

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📸We captured a few moments from our side event at @UNBiodiversity #SBI4 in Nairobi held last Tuesday!

🌍The event focused on the involvement of African youth in the implementation of the #BiodiversityPlan.

👉Find out more: https://shorturl.at/LudDa
@AWF_Official @GYBNAfrica

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❗️ #SBI4 goes on in Nairobi, Kenya! 🇰🇪

🗓️The meetings of the Subsidiary Body on Implementation will continue until May 29th.

🗣️These sessions are aimed to review implementation of The #BiodiversityPlan in advance of the next meeting & ahead of #COP16! 🇨🇴
@UNEP @UNBiodiversity

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