Data Reporting Tool for MEAs (DaRT)
DaRT is the first tool supporting Parties to effectively use synergies
in the field of knowledge and information management
for national reporting to biodiversity-related conventions. DaRT is being developed by UNEP, with the support of SCBD, and was endorsed by the InforMEA Initiative which brings together MEAs. It is financially supported by the European Union and Switzerland. Click here
for further details.
The Bioland Tool is a turnkey solution that can be used by all countries, no matter what capacity constraints they are faced with, to establish a basic operational national CHM website which, among other things, can effectively facilitate NBSAP implementation
. This turnkey solution uses the Drupal content management system (CMS) and is available at no cost to countries. Click here
to see a demonstration of the Bioland Tool. Countries interested in making use of the Bioland Tool should contact the CBD Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thematic consultation on transparent implementation, reporting, monitoring and review (Rome, 20 to 22 February 2020)
- Click here to access the report and presentations.
As of 22 November 2019, the "BIP Dashboard"
has been enhanced with 4 new indicators and data updates to two existing indicators. The BIP Dashboard now serves a total of 15 indicators providing at least one indicator for tracking progress on Aichi Biodiversity Targets 1, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15 and 19. All indicators can be flexibly visualized at global, regional and national scales. Both the visualizations (in graph and map form) and the data behind the indicators can be downloaded for inclusion as evidence-based indicators for reporting on national target progress in National Reports. The BIP Dashboard, originally launched in November 2018, was developed through collaboration between UNEP-WCMC, as the BIP secretariat, and NatureServe, and provides improved visualisation and exploration of BIP Partners' indicators. It also features spatial information at multiple scales with downloadable graphs of trend data.
In accordance with decision XIII/27, the 6NR was due 31 December 2018. Parties are strongly encouraged to use the 6NR online reporting tool, available on the Clearing-House Mechanism, to prepare and submit their 6NR. In addition, documents and materials for preparing the 6NR are accessible on the 6NR Information Portal. A User Manual for the 6NR online reporting tool is also available on this Portal.
The 6NRs that have been submitted using the online reporting tool
are accessible on the Clearing-House Mechanism
Those submitted offline
are accessible below: