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Birds and biodiversity targets

Complete Title: 
Birds and biodiversity targets: What do birds tell us about progress to the Aichi Targets and requirements for the post-2020 biodiversity framework? A state of the world's birds report
Non IUCN Publication

There has been much concern over the world’s catastrophic failure to meet global targets set in 2010 to save biodiversity. Birds and Biodiversity Targets uses BirdLife’s extensive worldwide research to provide a road map to ensure the 2020s are not just another “lost decade for nature”. As well as outlining the shortfalls of each of the targets, this publication also brings a message of hope to the world, using bird conservation successes to show that solutions exist for the problems facing the biosphere, and that nature can recover swiftly when these are enacted. The report aims to dispel the idea that the governments failed because the targets were unachievable, outlining the actions needed to plot a course where, by 2050, nature and humanity can live in harmony.

Cambridge : BirdLife International, 2020
Physical Description: 
63p. : ill., maps
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Includes references

Record created: 2023/03/30
Record updated: 2023/08/08