The delegates from 196 countries finally agreed in December 2022 in Montreal on the new Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework. It includes four goals and 23 targets, as the 30% of protected world’s land and water areas by 2030.
Here is my fourth and last short comic about COP15 and biodiversity.
Voici ma 4e et dernière capsule sur la biodiversité et la COP15 (click here to read the four comics).
- Kunming-Montréal Global Biodiversity Framework;
- Nature Positive movement: A Global Goal for nature: Nature Positive by 2030;
- Mariën, N. 2022. How positive will “Nature Positive” be? Les Amis de la Terre international;
- Monteiro Silva, M. 2022. Le problème du concept de « Nature Positive », Greenpeace Luxembourg;
- Milner-Gulland, E.J. 2022. Don’t dilute the term Nature Positive, Nature Ecology & Evolution vol. 6, pages 1243–1244;
- Maron et al. 2021. Setting robust biodiversity goals. Conservation Letters;
- Maron et al. 2016. Taming a Wicked Problem: Resolving Controversies in Biodiversity Offsetting, BioScience;
- Dickie, G. 2022. Explainer: Why did past targets to protect nature fail over the last decade? , Reuters;
- Nature. 2020. The United Nations must get its new biodiversity targets right.