Governments, Indigenous Peoples and local communities (IPLC), civil society, and private sector actors will come together to celebrate the adoption of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) and take stock of progress towards its implementation one year from COP15 under the Convention on Biological Diversity. Looking at how governments are delivering their commitment to conserve, protect, and restore at least 30% of the planet’s land and ocean by 2030, and highlighting the contribution of leading non-state actors, this high-level event will underscore the importance of action on nature in delivering the goals of the Paris Agreement. It will also seek to unlock progress on the target of mobilizing USD$200 billion per year for biodiversity funding by 2030 and at least USD$20 billion per year in international biodiversity finance by 2025.

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Together with Colombia and other countries, Germany has launched an initiative at the United Nations Biodiversity Conference (CBD COP 15) in Montreal, to support developing countries in the swift implementation of their biodiversity strategies and action plans (NBSAPs), adapted in line with the targets agreed in the new global biodiversity framework. The German government has pledged a total of 29 million euros for the new NBSAP Accelerator Partnership. Colombia and Germany have thus created a new implementation instrument for global biodiversity conservation which will directly contribute to raising the level of ambition.

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