Leveraging the Biodiversity Indicators Partnership to strengthen national biodiversity monitoring systems for enhanced implementation of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework

In December 2022, Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity adopted the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) and associated package of decisions. The package includes a global monitoring framework and mechanisms for planning, monitoring, reporting and review. The monitoring framework includes indicators to be used by Parties for planning, monitoring and reporting of implementation of national targets and the agreed global Goals and Targets. This places greater emphasis on transparency of implementation, which will require strengthened national capacities for monitoring across the scope of the GBF, and for enhanced biodiversity data and information management as a basis for planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of progress. This initiative seeks to develop inclusive, collaborative and coordinated approaches to developing and enhancing national biodiversity monitoring systems, for the effective implementation of the GBF.

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Colombia, Ecuador, Gabon, Ghana, Mexico, South Africa, Uganda
IKI funding
15,000,000.00 €
01/2023 till 12/2030
Implementing organisation
United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment)

State of implementation/results

  • To date, ten partner countries and regions have been identified for implementation.
  • Bilateral agreements to specify activities to be undertaken at national level are being established.

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