6 June 2021
Development issues are clearly represented in parts of the Biodiversity and nature provide the food, fibre and water GBF goals and targets, and in many cases these directly needed to support human livelihoods and well-being. [...] The Theory of Change for the GBF is true for all of humankind but it is especially pertinent gives equal weight to reducing threats to biodiversity and for the rural poor and for Indigenous Peoples and local meeting peoples’ needs. [...] This applies in particular to Targets 1–7 enshrined in the CBD and is adequately represented in the in the ‘Reducing threats to biodiversity’ section of the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) being GBF. [...] The GBF particular concern is Target 2 of the GBF which advocates could go further in detailing the various ways in which for 30% of the world’s land surface to be protected by 2030, biodiversity can support people, and build on the language in and Targets 7 and 10 which advocate for the use of nature- the current draft. [...] sustainable management of wild species of fauna and flora, the realisation of the right to a safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment, and the creation of just and equitable societies.