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ESG Journal Special Issue: The Governance of Biodiversity Recovery: From Global Targets to Sectoral Action

In 2021, two topic-specific special issues were compiled by research groups and published with the ESG Journal to advance knowledge in specific areas of earth system governance research.

The Taskforce for Governance of Nature and Biodiversity was formed this year in late 2021. They will be the next taskforce to take up this challenge. They are launching a call for papers for a special issue on “The Governance of Biodiversity Recovery: From Global Targets to Sectoral Action”.

Hens Runhaar and Yves Zinngrebe welcome contributions that further our understanding of how and the extent to which integration of biodiversity targets in public and private sectoral policies ‘works’ in terms of implementation and results, to provide in-depth insights into the critical barriers and challenges that impede a stronger integration.

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In this call, the focus and aim of the call are further specified. Please feel free to disseminate this call in your own networks.

For those of you who have shown interest in this Taskforce please note that our next meeting will take place on Friday 21st of January 2022, 13:30-16:30 CET. Please
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