BIODEV2030

BIODEV2030 is an experimental approach implemented in 16 pilot countries with multiple socioeconomic, environmental and geographic contexts. It aims to provide the governments of each country with the means to identify and lead, along with the private sector and civil society, profound changes in those sectors of the economy with a strategic impact on development and on the biodiversity of the country.

Diagnosis

Establishing a scientific assessment of threats to biodiversity at national level and analysing the potential for reducing impacts and restoring ecosystems in order to identify priorities for action.

Dialogue

Favouring the emergence of a common vision and reaching voluntary sector commitments through multi-stakeholder dialogue.

Commitment

To accompany the emergence of a common vision and make sector commitments in favour of biodiversity for key sectors of the economy and encourage their integration into the action plans.

See the 16 pilot countries of the BIODEV2030 programme.

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Burkina-Faso
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Cameroon
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Guinea
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Republic of the Congo
Ethiopia
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Gabon
Guyana
Madagascar
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Mozambique
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Senegal
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Tunisia
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Uganda
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Vietnam

OUR CONTRIBUTION

Our aim is to arrest biodiversity loss before 2030 and restore the ecosystems by 2050. By tackling the causes of this loss of biodiversity, and by seeing that all stakeholders commit to its conservation, we aim to demonstrate the effectiveness of this multi-stakeholder and collaborative approach in ensuring the sustainable development of key sectors of the economy.