The Post-2020 Pavilion will be convened during the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Marseille, France from 3-11 September 2021. The Post-2020 Pavilion is a collaborative effort by an international partnership of many of the world’s largest environment and development NGOs, foundations, as well as several UN organisations and representatives of youth, Indigenous Peoples, Cities and Subnational governments and the business sector. The partners are united in their collective drive for transformative change to ensure that the GBF is sufficiently ambitious, scientifically grounded and mission-aligned.
In Marseille, the Post-2020 Pavilion will host a six-day programme of events, which will highlight the full spectrum of issues that are being deliberated in the official negotiations. These include the goals and targets, the drivers of loss, through to the means of implementation including financing, mainstreaming, implementation and governance. Another important issue that will be addressed is the correlation between nature loss and global pandemics.
The intended outcome of the Post-2020 Pavilion programme will be a series of powerful joined-up messages, which will be transmitted to the official CBD COP-15 negotiation process to ensure the highest possible level of ambition for nature and people. The draft programme for the Post-2020 Pavilion is set out on the following page.
The partners are organizing a six-day programme of substantive sessions at the IUCN World Conservation Congress 2021. The topics to be addressed relate to the full spectrum of issues under deliberation in the official Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) negotiations. The Pavilion Partners are united in their collective drive for transformative change to ensure that the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) is sufficiently ambitious, scientifically grounded and mission-aligned.
The IUCN World Conservation Congress Post-2020 Pavilion Partnership is curating the Virtual Biodiversity Dialogues between 17 June and 20 July 2020 with a second round in October 2020. The Virtual Biodiversity Dialogues will convene leading biodiversity experts from around the world to deepen collective thinking and to generate new insights and innovative approaches for elevating ambition in the ongoing Post-2020 global biodiversity framework negotiations.