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When the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration draws to a close, we will also have reached the target year of Agenda 2030, the year by which the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ought to have been achieved. All of us know that the majority of these Goals cannot be reached if the current pace of biological extinction is not slowed down. And since the corona pandemic at the latest, it has become unambiguously clear just how closely the well-being of humans and that of nature are linked. So it is high time for us to rethink and completely revise our relationship with nature.
- How to achieve an equitable and just “30 by 30”
- Protecting biodiversity requires transforming human-nature relations
- The Convention on Biological Diversity and the Aichi Targets
- The economics of biodiversity
- Food system transformation starts and ends with diversity
- Why conserving 30 per cent of the planet’s land and seas is critical – and how to achieve this
- Why a 30 per cent blanket target on protected areas is not enough
- Preserving biodiversity in a cross-border context
- Connecting people and nature – UNESCO biosphere reserves in Ghana
- Facts and figures on biodiversity and ecosystem services
- Biodiversity and agriculture – rivalry or a new friendship?
- “We must thoroughly change how we use our lands and seas”
- Shaping the transformative change – development cooperation’s role
- The Agrobiodiversity Index
- Agrobiodiversity and integrated seed systems to improve smallholder livelihoods
- Conserving biodiversity, meeting people’s needs Helvetas’ experience in Latin America
- Tailwind for the Caribbean Bio-Corridor
- Time to explore the native veggie
- Use it or lose it – Agrobiodiversity conservation in China