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  1. 1. Tracking the Global Biodiversity Targets Damon Stanwell-SmithCoordinator: 2010 Biodiversity Indicators PartnershipEcosystem Assessment Programme UNEP World ConservaBon Monitoring Centre Cambridge, UKwww.twentyten.net
  2. 2. 40 OrganisaBons working globallywww.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: 1164-8www.twentyten.net
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  7. 7. 31 % 78%Butchart et al (2010) Science 328: 1164-8www.twentyten.net
  8. 8. signicant inecBons "to achieve by 2010 a signicant reducBon of the current rate of biodiversity loss at the global, regional and naBonal level..."Highly unlikely that the 2010 Target will be metButchart 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 indicatorsNaBonal governments developing and using indicatorsrelevant to naBonal prioriBes"Capacity building in 45 CountriesSouth East AsiaCaribbeanMesoamericaEastern AfricaSouthern Africawww.twentyten.net
  11. 11. NaBonal governments and regional organizaBons using and contribuBng to the improved delivery of global indicatorsNaBonal governments developing and using indicatorsrelevant to naBonal prioriBes"www.twentyten.net
  12. 12. NaBonal governments and regional organizaBons using and contribuBng to the improved delivery of global indicatorsNaBonal governments developing and using indicatorsrelevant to naBonal prioriBes"www.twentyten.net
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  14. 14. www.jncc.gov.uk/ page-4229hXp://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 indicatorswww.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 benets 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
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  20. 20. Contact: [email protected]: h;p://www.twentyten.net/2010bippublicaBons www.twentyten.net www.biodiversityindicators.net www.twentyten.net