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From Paris to Beijing. Insights gained from the UNFCCC Paris Agreement for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework

Kok Marcel, Aleksandar Rankovic, Hannah Löwenhardt, Philipp Pattberg, Christian Prip, Oscar Widerberg and Yann Laurans. 2018. From Paris to Beijing. Insights gained from the UNFCCC Paris Agreement for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework. PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment

Abstract

Negotiations have started on a new global framework for biodiversity. In 2020, in Beijing, a new international biodiversity framework will be agreed under the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). This policy brief provides relevant insights for the CBD negotiations gained from an analysis of the Paris Agreement. Furthermore, it addresses the required cooperation between the UNFCCC and CBD.

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