GEO BON Gobal Conference, Monitoring Biodiversity for Action. 10 to 13 October 2023. Montreal, Canada
  • EcoCode – Modelling Life on Earth
    The EcoCode working group aims to synthesize, integrate and advance modelling efforts in support of the GEO-BON mission and to push for an international effort to project biodiversity responses to environmental changes...
  • A global observatory to monitor Earth’s biodiversity
    At a time of nature crisis driven by unparalleled rates of biodiversity loss, a new interconnected system to monitor biodiversity around the world is urgently needed to direct and focus conservation action. “The lethal combination of habitat loss, the exploitation of natural populations, pollution, and climate change is causing species
  • Understanding the dimensions of the Global Biodiversity Framework,
    and our pathway to the 2030 targets and 2050 vision
    The post-2020 global biodiversity framework (GBF) is inarguably the most important piece of global biodiversity legislation in over a decade. Yet developing this agreement, and trying to garner more success than its predecessor (the Aichi targets, none of which were achieved based on their original definition) was a challenging task,
  • Science editorial about Monitoring Biodiversity
    To ensure the success of the Global Biodiversity Framework that is currently being negotiated at COP15, we need to develop a monitoring framework that proposes a suite of indicators by which the Parties can measure progress toward both national and global targets. Read the editorial in Science here.