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EU-CHINA DIALOGUE ON COP15

On the 13th and 14th of May 2019, a key workshop took place in the preparation of the post-2020 strategic global biodiversity framework. It gathered representatives from EU and China for a fruitful bilateral dialogue on several key topics.

P2020 – May 13, 2019 China, Dialogues, EU.

This dialogue was the second one organized between the EU and China
The first discussion was to determine what should national biodiversity commitments look like and how those could be linked to National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plan (NBSAPs).

The participants agreed on key answers on the matter:

  • Commitments should be supported by the whole government and at the heads of State level
  • Commitments should not be taken only by biodiversity actors
  • Commitments made by parties upstream of COP15 may be fine-tuned after COP15

The second topic involved how could non-state commitments contribute to global ambition for biodiversity. The third discussion was a feedback from regional consultations and analysis of the state of play.

Finally, the participants discussed how the Belt and Road Initiative could be an exemplary case of biodiversity mainstreaming. Perceptions of the Belt and Road Initiative and its possible implications on biodiversity.

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