Tracking the Global Biodiversity Targets

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Given by Damon Stanwell-Smith
Coordinator: 2010 Biodiversity Indicators Partnership

Ecosystem Assessment Programme
UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre
Cambridge, UK

Given at the IE Master in Global Environmental Change

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Tracking the Global Biodiversity Targets

  1. 1. Tracking  the  Global  Biodiversity  Targets Damon  Stanwell-­‐SmithCoordinator:  2010  Biodiversity  Indicators  Partnership Ecosystem  Assessment  Programme   UNEP  World  ConservaBon  Monitoring  Centre Cambridge,  UK www.twentyten.net
  2. 2. 40  OrganisaBons  working  globally www.twentyten.net
  3. 3. 40  OrganisaBons  working  globally "decisions  made  by  governments  and  other  stakeholders  are  be5er  informed  to   improve  the  conserva8on  and  sustainable  use  of  biodiversity  at  a  global  scale" 1 Partnership  generaBng  informaBon  useful  to  decision-­‐makers 1 Improved  global  indicators  available 2 NaBonal  governments  using  and  contribuBng  to  delivery  of  global  indicators   Funding  from  GEF www.twentyten.net
  4. 4. 40  OrganisaBons  working  globally 21  "headline"  indicators 31 metrics Butchart et al (2010) Science 328: 1164-8 www.twentyten.net
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  7. 7. ê 31 % é 78% Butchart et al (2010) Science 328: 1164-8www.twentyten.net
  8. 8. ê significant  inflecBons é ¢ "to  achieve  by  2010  a  significant  reducBon   of  the  current  rate  of  biodiversity  loss  at  the   global,  regional  and  naBonal  level..." Highly  unlikely  that  the   2010  Target  will  be  met Butchart et al (2010) Science 328: 1164-8www.twentyten.net
  9. 9. “NaBonal  governments  and  regional  organizaBons  using  and  contribuBng  to  the  improved  delivery  of   global  indicators” www.twentyten.net
  10. 10. “NaBonal  governments  and  regional  organizaBons   using  and  contribuBng  to  the  improved  delivery  of   global  indicators”“NaBonal  governments  developing  and  using  indicators relevant  to  naBonal  prioriBes" Capacity  building  in  45  Countries South  East  Asia Caribbean Mesoamerica Eastern  Africa Southern  Africa www.twentyten.net
  11. 11. “NaBonal  governments  and  regional  organizaBons   using  and  contribuBng  to  the  improved  delivery  of   global  indicators”“NaBonal  governments  developing  and  using  indicators relevant  to  naBonal  prioriBes" www.twentyten.net
  12. 12. “NaBonal  governments  and  regional  organizaBons   using  and  contribuBng  to  the  improved  delivery  of   global  indicators”“NaBonal  governments  developing  and  using  indicators relevant  to  naBonal  prioriBes" www.twentyten.net
  13. 13. www.twentyten.net
  14. 14. www.jncc.gov.uk/ page-­‐4229 hXp://biodiversity-­‐ chm.eea.europa.eu/ informaBon/indicatorwww.twentyten.net
  15. 15. 6  UN  languages,  and  Japanese                www.bipnaBonal.net www.twentyten.net
  16. 16. The  Partnership  to  2020  and  beyond...An  enlarged  and  enhanced  partnership  to  facilitate  experience  sharing  and  indicator  implementaBonA  major  expansion  in  naBonal  capacity-­‐strengthening  for  the  development  and  use  of  biodiversity  /  ecosystem  service  indicators    A  communicaBon  hub  for  compelling  storylines  from  the  combined  suite  of  global  indicators www.twentyten.net
  17. 17. The  Partnership  to  2020  and  beyond... •    10  year  strategic  plan •    Resource  mobiliza8on  strategy •    Interna8onal  protocol  on  "access  to  and      sharing  of  the  benefits  from  the  use  of  the    gene8c  resources"   •      20  Targets,  in  5  strategic  goals    www.cbd.int/ts •    "Invites  the  United  Na8ons  General  Assembly  to      consider  declaring  2011-­‐2020  the  United  Na8ons      Decade  on  Biodiversity" www.twentyten.net
  18. 18. hXp://www.cbd.int/cop10/doc/www.twentyten.net
  19. 19. hXp://www.cbd.int/cop10/doc/www.twentyten.net
  20. 20. Contact:   Damon.Stanwell-­‐Smith@unep-­‐wcmc.orgReferences:   h;p://www.twentyten.net/2010bippublicaBons     www.twentyten.net     www.biodiversityindicators.net www.twentyten.net

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