Two new online tools to track progress in implementing the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030
Latest biodiversity discussions in BE and EU parliaments
Monitoring of 26/10/2021 The first phase of the Fifteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 15) was held in Kunming, China from 11 to 15 October and included a High-Level Segment, from 12 to 13 October. The second phase will be an in-person meeting, foreseen from 25 April to 8 May 2022…
This sets stage for adoption of post-2020 global biodiversity framework at resumption in 2022.
Biodiversity politics in Belgian parliaments

The update of the National Biodiversity Strategy aims to align Belgium’s goals with the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework and the European Biodiversity Strategy 2030. It is a significant step towards enhancing our commitment to biodiversity conservation, restoration and sustainable use

Explore the role sustainable trade could take within the post-2020 GBF and its implementation.
Webinar 4 will explore ‘WTO initiatives on environment & sustainable development: windows of opportunity for biodiversity’ and will provide an update on the state of play on environment-related discussions at the WTO, including new initiatives on environment and sustainable development. It focuses on exploring the opportunities these discussions and initiatives can offer in the intersection of trade, SDGs and the global biodiversity agenda.

In a world where all societal and scientific challenges are intertwined, it is urgent to launch multidisciplinary initiatives and projects so that scientists from different domains can collaborate. In order to carry out multidisciplinary projects, it becomes essential to develop gateways between


From 17 to 19 juin 2024 the Belgian focal point for the CHM is organising a network meeting with 9 francophone African partner countries.

Participants will discuss:

  • the development of their national CHMs since 2022
  • COP15, SBSTTA 25 and 26 and SBI 4 decision that will have an impact on their