The key role of subnational and local governments in the
Global Biodiversity Framework implementation

Join us at ICLEI’s Cities Biodiversity Center webinar series, to explore the key role of subnational and local governments in the implementation of the Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF).

Considering the role of subnational and local governments was a “game changer” at COP15 in Montreal in December 2022, it is important to keep momentum while focusing on strategies for the implementation of the GBF.

ICLEI Cities Biodiversity Centre (CBC), will host and lead a series of five webinars, with the support from partners: Committee of the Regions, International Union for Conservation of Nature, Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, United Nations Environment Programme, and Regions4, with the purpose of opening a space for knowledge building and sharing on biodiversity issues towards COP16 in Turkey in 2024, and to ultimately to reach the 2030 targets and 2050 goals.

Each online session will include inspiring and informative presentations and panel discussions from experts and political leaders. The webinars allow sharing tools, resources and/or best practices.

25 May 2023

Raising Ambition: the importance of subnational and local governments to reach the 30×30 targets for restoration and conservation

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20 July 2023

Target 12: connecting the dots between nature, urbanization and health

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7 September 2023

Scaling-up finance for biodiversity: the key role of cities and regions

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9 November 2023

CitiesWithNature and RegionsWithNature: connecting and inspiring through monitoring and reporting systems

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14 December 2023

Sharing experiences for capacity building: presenting policy tools, guidelines, instruments, and programmes that facilitate subnational and local action on biodiversity

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