NOTE: Visitors can also access NBSAPs on the CBD Clearing-House Mechanism
. European Union
(received 14 November 2023) Hungary
(received 28 August 2023) Japan
(received 11 July 2023) Luxembourg
(received 7 November 2023) Spain
(received 30 January 2023) European Union A summary of the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 will be provided here shortly.
Hungary's National Biodiversity Strategy until 2030 is available in Hungarian only at the moment. A summary will be made available upon receipt of an English version.
Japan's revised national biodiversity strategy and action plan (2023-2030) is available in Japanese only at the moment. A summary will be made available upon receipt of the English version currently in preparation.
Luxembourg’s (third) National Plan for the Protection of Nature to 2030 (PNPN3) (Plan National concernant la Protection de la Nature - 3ème plan à l'horizon 2030
) was adopted by the Government Council on 20 January 2023. The PNPN3 was developed with consideration given to the provisions of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework. The EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 provided the basis for its structure. The document contains quantifiable measures to be implemented by 2027 and 2030, respectively, defined under four strategic objectives focused on nature protection, nature restoration, transformational change, and international engagement.
The Strategic Plan on Natural Heritage and Biodiversity to 2030 (Plan estratégico estatal del patrimonio natural y de la biodiversidad a 2030
) was adopted by Royal Decree on 27 December 2022. Prepared in accordance with the Law on Natural Heritage and Biodiversity (2007), which provides the legal basis for CBD implementation in Spain, the document represents the country’s fourth NBSAP. Experiences gained from implementing the NBSAP 2011-2017 and the conclusions drawn from the last evaluation report were taken into account in identifying priority areas, and respective objectives and measures, to be undertaken over the next years to achieve the SDGs and enable recovery of natural heritage and biodiversity by 2030.
Eight prioritized areas include: 1) enhancing knowledge about natural heritage and biodiversity including, among other measures, the implementation of a national system for the generation, monitoring and governance of knowledge; 2) nature protection and conservation, including measures to conserve geological heritage and geodiversity; 3) ecosystem recovery and restoration, including spaces degraded by extractive and industrial activities, urban ecosystems, nature-based solutions for climate change mitigation and adaptation, and natural disaster risk prevention; 4) reduction of threats; 5) international cooperation and participation; 6) financing for implementation; 7) biodiversity consideration in public- and private-sector activities and decision-making; and 8) strengthening the governance system and legislative framework. Budgetary estimates for implementing objectives and measures are proposed. It is also expected that investments in biodiversity will substantially increase by 2025.
Spain also intends to align biodiversity goals and targets with those of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework and the Post-2020 Gender Plan of Action, and prepare monitoring and evaluation reports on implementation progress, further to decisions adopted by COP-15.