Aichi Biodiversity Targets Article Collection

To mark the halfway point in the implementation of the CBD Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, we are offering you free online access to a selection of research relating to the Aichi Biodiversity Targets. The Aichi Biodiversity Targets were agreed at the Convention on Biological Diversity, held in 2010 in Nagoya, Japan, with the aim of inspiring all countries and stakeholders to take action in support of biodiversity.

This article collection features the latest research on the strategic goals and will be updated with new content every two months. We're also offering you the chance to register for 14 days' free access to key journals relating to each goal.

Aichi Biodiversity Targets - Strategic Goal A

Strategic Goal A focuses on increasing awareness of biodiversity issues amongst the public, ensuring that biodiversity values have been incorporated into government policy, and that harmful incentives and subsidies are eliminated or…

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Aichi Biodiversity Targets - Strategic Goal B

Strategic Goal B looks at reducing the direct pressures on biodiversity and promoting sustainable use.

Scroll down to browse a selection research articles on the six targets that form Goal B. The articles included in the core collection are…

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Aichi Biodiversity Targets - Strategic Goal C

Strategic Goal C focuses on improving the status of biodiversity by safeguarding ecosystems, species and genetic diversity.

Read on for a collection of free access research on the three targets that form Goal C, including additional bonus…

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Aichi Biodiversity Targets - Strategic Goal D

Biodiversity and ecosystem services are essential to human health and well-being. Strategic Goal D focuses on the contribution of biodiversity to the climate change mitigation, the preservation of essential water sources and to combating…

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Aichi Biodiversity Targets - Strategic Goal E

Strategic Goal E looks at how we can enhance implementation of all the AICHI Biodiversity Targets through participatory planning, knowledge management and capacity building.
 
Read on for a collection of free access research on the four…

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