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New global biodiversity goals must take these key lessons into account

By David Obura, Director of CORDIO in East Africa and Adjunct Fellow, Pwani University
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A framework to help countries develop national strategies for the conservation and sustainable use of their natural resources is nearing completion. The so-called ‘post-2020’ global biodiversity framework will provide goals and targets to stem and reverse the decline in nature until 2050.

The framework is being developed through a wide consultative process undertaken by the UN’s Convention on Biological Diversity, to meet its three objectives: to conserve…

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