CBCGDF's E-Journal: Biogreen
2022/4/19 17:45:00 本站

This is an era of great changes in the alternation of civilizations: the residual temperature of industrial civilization is still hot, and it deeply affects our clothing, food, housing, transportation and economic production; ecological civilization is in the ascendant, and the road to sustainable development of clear waters and lush mountains is hindered and long. At this key node of building a community of life on earth with ecological civilization, we present this professional publication on biodiversity conservation and green development with a focused and open attitude. Here are the highlights of the Biogreen this month.


Thinking: How to do a good job in Post-2020 biodiversity conservation?

After the first phase of CBD COP15 is over, it is worth thinking deeply about how to do a good job in biodiversity protection after 2020. As the main outcome of the first phase of COP15, the Kunming Declaration has important historical significance and carries the hope of protecting biodiversity. Strengthening financial support and actively exploring channels for people's participation are practical actions to protect biodiversity. Neighborhood biodiversity conservation is an important way to resolve development conflicts.


No doubt! We need synergy between biodiversity conservation and climate change

2021 has been dubbed the Super Year for Biodiversity - meetings throughout the year will have global and lasting significance for the future. The 15th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP15) in Kunming will formulate the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF). The framework aims to reverse the "curve of global biodiversity loss", but to do so, it must first understand why the GBF's predecessor, the Aichi Targets, has not been achieved.


The road to Kunming, how to achieve sustainable?

Biodiversity has received significantly less attention than climate change in attracting public attention and becoming a political and economic issue. The United Nations Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) issued a clear warning in 2019 that natural resources are being depleted at an unprecedented rate, posing a serious threat to human well-being and millions of species facing extinction. Fortunately, this is gradually changing as more and more people realize that our destiny is intertwined with nature.


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Translator: Stan

Editor: Samantha   

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