Theme: Biodiversity Losses and Gains: Are We on Target?
The Convention on Biological Diversity was ratified by the United Kingdom on 3rd June 1994. At the same time, the treaty was extended to the Bailiwick of Jersey alongside other crown dependencies and overseas territories. This conference will be based around the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 goals, including Aichi Biodiversity Targets
Over the two days you will hear about local conservation efforts and Jersey’s overseas efforts to safeguard biodiversity. There will be workshops run by Jersey Overseas Aid and the Jersey Biodiversity Centre and also an opportunity for attendees to discuss how Jersey is doing with respect to the Aichi Biodiversity Targets as well as providing suggestions for the future.
Covering topics include:
Theme 1: Biodiversity Loss
Theme 2: Reducing the pressures on biodiversity and promoting Sustainable use
Theme 3: Safeguarding ecosystems, species and genetic diversity
Theme 4: Enhancing the benefits from biodiversity and ecosystem services
Theme 5: Planning, knowledge management and capacity building.
On Thursday 21st November evening we will be holding drinks in the Jersey Museum concourse.
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The conference is a partnership between; The Jersey Biodiversity Centre, Société Jersiaise, Jersey Overseas Aid, Government of Jersey’s Eco Active Biodiversity Partnership and Jersey International Centre of Advanced Studies.
Tickets are free and available from the partners link here