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    Learn about the UN Biodiversity Lab: Project brochure now available

    Do you want to learn about spatial data available to enhance conservation and sustainable development decisionmaking? Are you interested in using cutting edge spatial data to advance your NBSAP implementation and national reports to the CBD? The UN Biodiversity Lab is an online platform that allows policymakers and other partners to access global data layers, upload and manipulate their own datasets, and query multiple datasets to provide key information on the Aichi Biodiversity Targets and nature-based Sustainable Development Goals.

    6NR Technical Webinar Series #6 - 6NR Biodiversity Indicators: Tips and Information Sources

    You can now download the presentation from the technical webinar #6 on The use of biodiversity indicators to prepare your 6NR (English: l French: Robert Hoft, from the Secretariat of the CBD, and Philip Bubb, from UN Environment - WCMC, shared their expertise and perspective on how to use relevant indicators to prepare your Sixth National Report.

    6NR Technical Webinar Series #5 - Gender Mainstreaming and Biodiversity Conservation - PowerPoint presentations

    You can now download the presentations from the technical webinar #5 on the Gender Mainstreaming and Biodiversity Conservation (English: l Spanish: l French: Tanya McGregor, Pilar Jacobo and Mrinalini Rai were part of the English session; Chantal Robichaud, Neh Nyong and Laetitia Chesseron were part of the French one; Kristina Tabouchanas, Andrea Cruz Angón and Isis Alvarez were part of the Spanish one.