P2020 – November 18, 2019 Action agenda, Intergenerational equity, Mobilization, YouthREAD
P2020 – November 08, 2019 Action agenda, Dialogues, Intergenerational equity, Mobilization, YouthREAD
P2020 – November 06, 2019 Action agenda, Expertise, Sustainable consumption & productionREAD
P2020 – October 17, 2019 Expertise, Interconnection, LAC, Protected Areas, Sustainable useREAD
P2020 – October 08, 2019 Accountability, Dialogues, EUREAD
On the occasion of the CO14 in Egypt, we organized a side-event that officially launched “Post-2020 Biodiversity Framework -EU support”!
During this workshop, participants shared ideas on the possible scope and content of different elements of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework.
Expertise France, UNESCO, the European Union and Entreprises pour l’Environnement, co-organized a « Rendez-vous de l’Expertise », « Kunming 2020 : towards a new global deal between man and nature? »
This was an opportunity to inform and exchange on the latest advances and opportunities on Natural Capital Accounting in Africa in the context of the process towards a post-2020 framework for biodiversity.
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.
Participants discussed the opportunities and challenges for the post-2020 global framework resulting from the implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 in the region.
This dialogue co-organized by the European Commission and the Ministry of the Environment in Japan enabled to share perspectives on these issues, including perspectives from negotiators, business, NGOs representatives, and experts from the United Nations University.
The project team participated in the first international summit The Nature of Cities (TNOC) to mobilize cities, metropolitan areas and subnational governments to instil a global dynamism that will support the signature of an ambitious agreement at the COP 15.
The 2019 Trondheim Conference addressed the challenges of achieving the 2050 Vision for Biodiversity, explored pathways for the transformational changes needed, and contributed to the development of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework.
Building on the recommendations of the roadmap signed in Paris last June, this was an opportunity to further consolidate and develop the recommendations that were adopted and integrate the metropolis participating to the summit as signatories.
The 18th edition of CITES conference debates involved what concrete elements can CITES bring to the Post2020 biodiversity framework and how it can best reinforce the CITES Strategic Vision 2021-2030.
Participants engaged in a first discussion on national plans in view of COP15 and presented three technical issues: access and benefit sharing (ABS) and digital sequence information (DSI) as well as natural capital accounting.
Prior to the first OEWG session, our project facilitated an expert meeting in cooperation with the Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN) on intergenerational equity and its transposition in the CBD context.
176 young people from 83 countries gathered in the Changbaishan Biosphere Reserve in China for the opening of the 2nd MAB Youth Forum. UNESCO has brought them together to empower them and work together under the theme ‘Committed to Biodiversity’ towards the COP15.
The goal of the UN Climate Action Summit was to ensure countries are aware of the 2020 calendar, that the global focus on climate gains momentum, and to monitor countries transitional investments from fossil fuels to renewables.
ECLAC and IDDRI organized a 3-days meeting of experts from Latin American biodiversity knowledge institutions or think tanks to take stock of ongoing mobilisation in the region, and organize future collective work.
35 participants will engage in this workshop held both in Brussels and in Lille. It will bring together officials from EU Member States and non-Member States. The general objective of this combined event is to generate horizontal exchanges between CBD COP 15 negotiators in the run-up to the COP 15.
The side event "Protected Areas and Other Effective Area-based Conservation Methods: contributions to the sustainable use of biodiversity in the post-2020 Framework" took place at the Pabellón UE RedParques during the III Latin American and Caribbean Congress of Protected Areas in Lima, Peru, on 17 October 2019.
On October 28th and 29th, Post2020 Biodiversity Framework – EU Support, Future Earth and IRD co-organized a workshop in Rabat, Morocco on sustainable production & consumption. The news will be online soon...
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We organized a pre-workshop at the occasion of CBD workshop on ecosystem restoration targets in the post-2020 global biodiversity framework, which provided a much-needed opportunity for CBD Parties and international partners working on restoration to discuss the role of ecosystem restoration and created a common understanding about the issue.
Post2020 Biodiversity Framework – EU Support organized a one-week workshop at UNESCO HQ in the perspective of the Paris Peace Forum held right after. The objective was to facilitate coordination between youth leaders from different sectors of society. News available soon!
The Paris Peace Forum was the opportunity to launch our campaign promoting Youth as the new major player when it comes to global negotiations toward COP15. The Project partnered with GYBN to voice youth environmental preoccupations for the future, and significantly increased campaign's visibility. News available soon...
The 23rd edition will deal with informing the scientific and technical evidence base for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework. Participants will also debate on the links between nature and culture in the post-2020 global biodiversity framework, as well as sustainable wildlife management.
The United Nations Framework Convention (UNFCCC) is the international response to climate change, which is tightly connected to biodiversity issues. Post-2020 Biodiversity Framework – EU Support will thus closely pay attention to climate negotiations ongoing during COP25, as they will assuredly have a direct impact on biodiversity issues.
Facilitating the discussion between high-level scientists, experts and decision-makers; with a strong focus on the implementation of an ambitious post-2020 global biodiversity framework and on tracking commitments. This session will provide a basis for further analysis and exchanges during landmark events in the international agenda.
The second meeting of the Open-ended Working Group on the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework will convene to advance preparations for the development of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework.
The 24th Meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice of the CBD will be held in Montreal
Every four years, the IUCN World Conservation Congress is a unique platform for democratic decision-making, bringing together thousands of delegates including conservation experts and custodians, government and business representatives, indigenous peoples, scientists, as well as other professional stakeholders, who have an interest in nature and the sustainable and just use of natural resources.
The third meeting of the Open-ended Working Group on the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework will close the OEWG series. The negotiating process will culminate in the adoption of a post-2020 global biodiversity framework by the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 15) in Kunming, China, in 2020.
COP15 will certainly be a decisive watershed in the framework of global negotiations on biodiversity, but also the greatest barometer of our project. At the end of this international conference, its outcomes will demonstrate how impactful it has been in facilitating understandings and negotiations for an ambitious Post-2020 biodiversity framework agreement.
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