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Side Event #2410

Status: NOT SCHEDULED

Date Not scheduled
Conference SBSTTA-22 / SBI-02
Meetings(s)
SBI-02
Second meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Implementation
Title Beyond the Aichi Targets - Reporting on a Global Dialogue on the Future of In-Situ Conservation
Hosts
IUCN | CBD |
Topics
Conference of the Parties
Aichi Biodiversity Targets
 

 

Session aims:     

1. To introduce the initial findings of IUCN-WCPA’s Tash Force on Beyond the Aichi Targets

2. To report on a structured survey of scientists from 81 countries on the adequacy and requirement for in-situ conservation under a revised CBD Strategic Plan.

3. To discuss global consultations and propose an approach to biodiversity conservation based on the three different conditions of the world, as a way to scale up biodiversity conservation.

4. Seek input and share plans

 

Time

Topic

Facilitator / Presenter

Notes

5 min

Welcome and overview

Kathy MacKinnon – Chair WCPA Moderator

 

Introduction to the session and the Task Force

10 min

Global Survey of Conservation Scientists

Stephen Woodley, WCPA Vice-Chair

Report on survey of scientists in 81 countries

10 min

Results of the Global Consultations - Biodiversity Conservation and the 3 different conditions of the World

Harvey Locke – Task Force Chair, WCPA

 

40 min

Dialogue and feedback

 

 

10 min

Wrap up and path forward

Harvey Locke – Task Force Chair, WCPA

 

 

Side event summary (as submitted)

The adoption of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 in 2010 at the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties under the CBD, including its Strategic Goals and Aichi Targets, represented a major step forward for biodiversity conservation to support life on earth. The Aichi Targets set objectives to the year 2020 but not beyond.  IUCN’s World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) has created a Task Force to assist parties on defining science-based goals for beyond 2020.  This session reports on the initial work of the Task Force, which has conducted global consultations, conducted a survey of scientists in 81 countries and developed initial thinking on approaches to meaningful conservation for in-situ biodiversity conservation.

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