Conservation Letters
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Enabling transformative economic change in the post‐2020 biodiversity agenda

Publication Date May 3, 2021

Abstract

The COVID‐19 pandemic, its impact on the global economy, and current delays in the negotiation of the post‐2020 global biodiversity agenda of the Convention on Biological Diversity heighten the urgency to build back better for biodiversity, sustainability, and well‐being In 2019, the Intergovernmental Science‐Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) concluded that addressing biodiversity loss requires a transformative change of the global economic system Drawing on the IPBES findings, this policy perspective discusses actions in four priority areas to inform the post‐2020 agenda: (1) Increasing funding for conservation;(2) redirecting incentives for sustainability;(3) creating an enabling regulatory environment;and (4) reforming metrics to assess biodiversity impacts and progress toward sustainable and just goals As the COVID‐19 pandemic has made clear, and the negotiations for the post‐2020 agenda have emphasized, governments are indispensable in guiding economic systems and must take an active role in transformations, along with businesses and civil society These key actors must work together to implement actions that combine short‐term impacts with structural change to shift economic systems away from a fixation with growth toward human and ecological well‐being The four priority areas discussed here provide opportunities for the post‐2020 agenda to do so [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] Copyright of Conservation Letters is the property of Wiley-Blackwell and its content may not be copied or emailed to multipl...

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