To reverse the decline in biodiversity by 2030, a recent analysis suggests that, globally, we need to spend between US$ 722-967 billion each year over the next ten years. That puts the biodiversity financing gap at an average US$ 711 billion or between US$ 598-824...

The report, Strengthening synergies: How action to achieve post-2020 global biodiversity conservation targets can contribute to mitigating climate change, by UNEP-WCMC finds that conserving 30% of land in strategic locations could safeguard 500 gigatonnes of carbon stored in vegetation and soils – around half the...

Strengthening synergies: How action to achieve post-2020 global biodiversity conservation targets can contribute to mitigating climate change The report, Strengthening synergies: How action to achieve post-2020 global biodiversity conservation targets can contribute to mitigating climate change, by UNEP-WCMC finds that conserving 30% of land in strategic...

Webinar "LIFE Methodology and LIFE Key Europe: Tools for business biodiversity management" Organised by EU Green Week Partner Event The LIFE Methodology will be the protagonist of our next webinar, organised in collaboration with the LIFE Institute, which will take place next Wednesday, October 14 at 3:00...

Imagen: Pexels. Increasing protected areas worldwide at least 30% would lead to economic benefits five times higher than the costs and to ~$250 billion/yr in increased economic output and ~$350 billion/yr in improved ecosystem services. These data derived from the most comprenhensive report on economic implications...