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Side Event #3057

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Date Monday
2019.11.25 @ 13:15
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Room Room D, 1st Floor
GRULAC
Capacity: 30 people
Conference WG8J-11 / SBSTTA-23
Meetings(s)
SBSTTA-23
Twenty-third meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice
Title Multidisciplinary approaches to address biodiversity loss
Hosts
CSP | CBD |
Topics
Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA)
Aichi Biodiversity Targets
 

 

The issues driving biodiversity loss are often social, economic and political. Unfortunately, very often those issues are not adequately considered in the design and implementation of biodiversity policies, plans and programmes and in their associated indicators. We must Address the underlying causes of biodiversity loss by mainstreaming biodiversity across government and society. For example: planting more trees as cattle ranchers raze more rainforest isn’t helpful if we don’t address why the ranchers do so. Solving biodiversity loss should be solution oriented and the steps should be clear.

This side event will provide a platform to discuss questions and examples of what can be done to change the pattern. It will consider the drivers of biodiversity loss and how to promote the full integration of biodiversity into sustainable development. The panel will bring together experts from diverse conservation areas and background to break down silos and echo chambers.

The side-event will focus on the current and future state of biodiversity and identify what our starting point is, in terms of the current biodiversity challenges, as well as our future aim and how we can promote the role of integrated assessments and models for policy making in the post-2020 process and towards reaching the 2050 biodiversity vision of living in harmony with Nature. Getting there requires change in behaviours that drive biodiversity loss and unsustainability, as well as, the institutional, organisational and socio-political limitations.

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