Tunisia is aiming, by 2030, for nationwide biodiversity that is resilient to climate change, protected from threats and conserved and managed so as to contribute to the country’s socio-economic development.




3 December 2020


The launch workshop for the BIODEV2030 project kicked off the debate on biodiversity issues in Tunisia and in particular their integration into sectoral policies. Experts from the private sector, the banking sector, public institutions, the United Nations system, the Tunisian parliament and the research sector debated these subjects, sharing their knowledge, experiences and good practices. This workshop was introduced by Mrs Akissa BAHRI, Minister of Agriculture, Hydraulic Resources and Fisheries with the active participation of the Ministry of Environment.

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The debate on the conservation of biodiversity in Tunisia was launched during the BIODEV2030 project launch workshop held on 3 December 2020.

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