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201024Sep15:35

Global Biod­ver­sity Out­look 3 drafted

Infor­ma­tion
pub­lished 24 Sep­tem­ber 2010 | mod­i­fied 19 Feb­ru­ary 2013
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Since 27 Novem­ber thedraft syn­the­sis of Global Bio­di­ver­sity Out­look 3 is avail­able for peer review. When finalised this doc­u­ment will pro­vide us essen­tial infor­ma­tion about the impor­tance of bio­di­ver­sity and the progress made in meet­ing the 2010 Bio­di­ver­sity Tar­get. It will also show us the sta­tus and trends of bio­di­ver­sity, both at global and regional lev­els. Fur­ther­more infor­ma­tion will be pre­sented regard­ing the progress made in main­stream­ing bio­di­ver­sity issues into the devel­op­ment agenda. There will be an empha­sis on case stud­ies that illus­trate the pos­i­tive actions taken to effec­tively con­serve and sus­tain­ably use bio­di­ver­sity. (Souce: www​.cbd​.int/​g​b​o​3)

UN Biodiversity decade
WWF Stop Wildlife Crime
Fight for Flight campaign
End Ivory-funded Terrorism
Support Rewilding Europe
NASA State of Flux

Goal: 7000 tigers in the wild

Tiger range countries map

Tiger map” (CC BY 2.5) by Sander­son et al., 2006.

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