National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs)

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The national targets (or equivalent) presented in this database are taken from the NBSAPs received since COP-10, fifth national reports or separate submissions and provide examples of national targets established by Parties that contribute to the implementation of the Aichi Biodiversity Targets. The mapping of national targets to the Aichi Biodiversity Targets by the Party concerned is indicated in the last column “Related Aichi Target(s)”. All Parties are encouraged to undertake this mapping exercise and to submit this information to SCBD for incorporation in this database.

In addition, national biodiversity targets (primarily quantitative), and other relevant targets, for 2010 and beyond 2010, based on the information provided in the fourth national reports and other related information published by countries, are available here. Although these targets have not been specifically established within the framework of the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, certain national targets can nevertheless be linked to the Aichi Biodiversity Targets and the 2020 implementation framework.

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Reference Target Related Strategic Goals/Aichi Targets
Preliminary Target 9 Traditional knowledge, innovations and practices protected, and rights of indigenous and local communities over their traditional knowledge, innovations and practices, including their rights to benefits sharing, protected 18
Preliminary Target 11 New and additional financial resources and technology transferred to Afghanistan, to allow for the effective implementation of commitments under the Convention 20
National Objective By the end of 2015, there should be a strategic document on biodiversity (DSPEP), revised and adopted – in line with target 17, Aichi; 17
Objectif 1 Renforcer la coopération intersectorielle et la coordination efficace entre tous les acteurs et intervenants en matière de biodiversité. 1, 4, 17
Objectif 2 Intensifier le renforcement institutionnel et le développement des capacités de l’ensemble des parties prenantes en prenant en considération la dimension genre, la société civile et les média. 4, 17
Objectif 4 Adapter, actualiser, et mettre en place une législation efficace et applicable à la conservation, l’utilisation durable, la restauration et la valorisation de la biodiversité. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 17
Objectif 5 Développer de nouveaux mécanismes de financement spécifiques à la conservation de la biodiversité et à sa valorisation par les savoirs faires traditionnels, notamment les financements innovants tels que les schémas de Paiements pour Services Ecosystémiques, et assurer la priorisation budgétaire pour la biodiversité, en cohérence avec les opportunités de financements internationaux. 3, 20
Objectif 6 Renforcer l’institutionnalisation des engagements pris dans les conventions internationales concernant la biodiversité (CITES, RAMSAR) et développer les synergies avec les conventions de Rio (CCNUCC, CNULCD). 2, 17
Objectif 7 Développer la capitalisation, la recherche et la formation pour améliorer la connaissance sur la biodiversité, notamment en matière d’inventaire de la biodiversité et des bonnes pratiques pour la conservation, la restauration et la valorisation de la biodiversité. 18, 19
Objectif 8 Diffuser les connaissances et l'information afin de les rendre accessibles aux secteurs pertinents, utilisateurs, gestionnaires et bénéficiaires de la biodiversité, notamment en vue de valoriser et diffuser les savoir-faire traditionnels et les opportunités de croissance verte liées à la biodiversité. 9, 18
Objectif 9 Renforcer la prise de décision en s’appuyant sur toutes les connaissances, notamment par le développement et la mise à disposition auprès des décideurs de systèmes de suivi-évaluation, réseaux de surveillance, évaluation d’impacts et analyses économiques.
Objectif 14 Intégrer la population dans la gestion, la conservation, la restauration et la valorisation de la biodiversité, en capitalisant sur les bonnes pratiques de co-gestion afin de susciter l’appropriation et la responsabilisation pour la préservation de la biodiversité. 1, 17
Objectif 16 Assurer le suivi et l’évaluation des programmes et projets relatifs à la biodiversité, notamment à travers un système d’information géographique partagé pour la conservation, la restauration et la sauvegarde des écosystèmes qui fournissent des services écosystémiques essentiels. 14, 19
Objectif 20 Développer les partenariats public-privés et renforcer l’implication du secteur privé pour le développement des filières clés de la biodiversité. 4, 20
Objetivo 1 Inventariar y mejorar el conocimiento de la biodiversidad de Andorra y de su tendencia 5, 10, 12, 19
Objetivo 4 Educación, comunicación y formación en materia de biodiversidad 1, 19
Objetivo 5 Gobernanza y cooperación 2, 3, 4, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20
Antigua and Barbuda
Target 17 By 2020, Antigua and Barbuda has developed, adopted as a policy instrument, and has commenced implementing an effective, participatory and updated NBSAP (this current document). 17
Target 18 The Formal integration of local communities into the co- management process of Biodiversity in country by 2020. 18
Target 19 By 2020, implementation of a knowledge management system for biodiversity within Antigua and Barbuda. 19
Target 20 The capacity of governmental natural resources management institutions as well as non-governmental organizations, to support the objectives and achieve the overall aim of the NBSAP is strengthened by 2020. 20
Objective Empower Australians to be active stewards of nature 1, 20
Objective Respect and maintain traditional ecological knowledge and stewardship of nature 14, 18
Objective Improve conservation management of Australia’s landscapes, waterways, wetlands and seascapes 5, 10, 11, 14, 15, 18
Objective Increase knowledge about nature to make better decisions 19
Objective Share and use information effectively 19
Objective Measure collective efforts to demonstrate our progress 2, 14, 19
Target 1 Protect an additional 10% of Bahrain's territorial maine and coastal areas 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 19
Target 2 To reduce the number of bycatch from fishing by 10% 4, 6, 19
Target 4 Protect no less than 25% of remaining unprotected coral reefs 2, 4, 10, 15, 19
Target 6 Rehabilitate mangroves by 25% and increase migratory bird species by 10% 3, 7, 8, 10, 12, 15, 19
Target 7 To protect at least 60% of remaining desert ecosystems and wildlife 12, 13, 16, 19
Target 9 Revive agricultural land systems including Palm groves by 25% 7, 9, 13, 15, 16, 19
Target 11 Protect no less than 100% of healthy freshwater spring 11, 14, 15, 19
Target 12 To improve the scientific knowledge about the modern state of biological diversity; to define trends and causes of the state dynamics of species and biotopes; to elaborate effective measures of sustainable use and monitoring of biological diversity and to create a platform for the exchange of information and knowledge. 19
Target 13 To ensure the mobilization of financial resources for implementing the measures on the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. 20
Belgium intends to revise its NBS by WGRI-6 in 2014 17
Op. obj. 6.4 By 2020, create operational mechanisms to protect the knowledge, innovations and practices of indigenous and local communities embodying traditional lifestyles relevant for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity 18
Obj. 7 Improve and communicate scientific knowledge on biodiversity and ecosystem services (all operational objectives under obj.7) 19
Obj. 15 Ensure the provision of adequate resources for biodiversity 20
Op. obj. 15.1 By 2020 at the latest, the mobilization of financial resources for biodiversity from all sources (including possible innovative financial mechanisms), should increase substantially compared to the average annual biodiversity funding for the years 2006-2010 20
Op. obj. 15.2 Fully use existing EU financing instruments to promote biodiversity 20
Op. obj. 15.3 By 2015, contribute towards the doubling of the total biodiversity-related financial resource flows to developing countries and at least maintain this level until 2020, including through a country-driven prioritization of biodiversity within development plans in recipient countries, using as preliminary baseline the average annual biodiversity funding to developing countries for the years 2006–2010 20
Op. obj. 15.4 By 2020, support, as appropriate, developing countries to enhance institutional, national, administrative and managerial capacities, in order to increase the effectiveness and sustainability of international and national financial flows for biodiversity 20
TARGET A3 By 2020, 100% of relevant national development decisions in Belize take into consideration ecosystem services and biodiversity relevance to the national economy. 2, 4, 20
TARGET D2 By 2025, access to genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge is regulated and benefits arising from utilization are shared in a fair and equitable manner. 16, 18
TARGET E1 By 2020, all relevant government Ministries, 75% of relevant civil society, and 25% of the private sector and general public are effectively involved in the implementation of the NBSAP. 2, 17, 18, 20
TARGET E2 By 2020, accurate and current data on Belize's natural resources and environmental services informs relevant national development decisions. 19
TARGET E3 By 2020, Belize's NBSAP is being implemented effectively, monitored and evaluated, and achieving desired outcomes. 19
National Target 17 By 2015, the revised National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plan (NBSAP) is adopted as a national guiding document for effective biodiversity management. 17