The second phase of the Conference of Parties (CoP) to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) has finally delivered a new global biodiversity framework that will guide global action on biodiversity conservation. Spread across four overarching goals and 23 targets, the ‘Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework’ (GBF) is finalised by 188 government representatives. The ambitious framework urges countries to conserve 30 percent of biodiversity on land and underwater by 2030. It has also set forth a financial mobilisation target for the developed world.
(Climate Action-India) La posizione dell’India sul nuovo quadro globale per la biodiversità (fonte: Damodar Pujari, ORF)