This sets stage for adoption of post-2020 global biodiversity framework at resumption in 2022.
Biodiversity politics in Belgian parliaments
Productive discussions held towards a landmark new UN biodiversity framework
China to Host a Two-Part Summit on Nature
Biodiversity Politics in Belgian and EU Parliaments
The consequences of climate change are increasingly felt across the world. Nature-based solutions, which consists of using natural resources to tackle environmental challenges, have an enormous (and still relatively unexplored) potential to reduce the impact of such disasters, while simultaneously providing environmental, social, and economic benefits and helping build resilience.
During this event, MEP Martin Hojsík will present the recently published report Stolen Wildlife
These meetings will allow for timely preparation of COP-15, including work related to the development of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework.
Is development cooperation dead? Can humour change the world? How deep can democracy go? Is the climate debate the debate of the coloniser?
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