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The 2030 EU Biodiversity Strategy

The EU’s biodiversity strategy for 2030 is a comprehensive, ambitious and long-term plan to protect nature and reverse the degradation of ecosystems. The strategy aims to put Europe’s biodiversity on a path to recovery by 2030, and contains specific actions and commitments.

It is the proposal for the EU’s contribution to the upcoming international negotiations on the global post-2020 biodiversity framework. A core part of the European Green Deal, it will also support a green recovery following the Covid-19 pandemic.

Objectives

The biodiversity strategy aims to put Europe’s biodiversity on the path to recovery by 2030 for the benefit of people, climate and the planet.

In the post-COVID-19 context, the strategy aims to build our societies’ resilience to future threats such as

  • the impacts of climate change
  • forest fires
  • food insecurity
  • disease outbreaks – including by protecting wildlife and fighting illegal wildlife trade

Actions

The strategy contains specific commitments and actions to be delivered by 2030.

Establishing a larger EU-wide network of protected areas on land and at sea

The EU will enlarge existing Natura 2000 areas, with strict protection for areas of very high biodiversity and climate value.

Launching an EU nature restoration plan

Through concrete commitments and actions, the plan is for EU countries to put in place effective restoration measures to restore degraded ecosystems, in particular those with the most potential to capture and store carbon and to prevent and reduce the impact of natural disasters.

As part of this plan, the Commission proposed the EU’s first ever Nature Restoration Law which includes an overarching restoration objective for the long-term recovery of nature in the EU’s land and sea areas, with binding restoration targets for specific habitats and species.

Introducing measures to enable the necessary transformative change

The strategy highlights unlocking funding for biodiversity, and setting in motion a new, strengthened governance framework to

  • ensure better implementation and track progress
  • improve knowledge, financing and investments
  • better respecting nature in public and business decision-making

Introducing measures to tackle the global biodiversity challenge

These measures will demonstrate that the EU is ready to lead by example to address the global biodiversity crisis. In particular, working towards the successful adoption of an ambitious global biodiversity framework under the Convention on Biological Diversity.

Implementation

Two online tools track progress in implementing the strategy

  • an online actions tracker provides up-to-date information on the state of implementation of the strategy’s many actions
  • a targets dashboard shows progress to the quantified biodiversity targets set by the Strategy, at the EU level and in the Member States

Timeline

Previous and upcoming actions

Media

LinkedIn live with Commissioner Virginijus SINKEVIČIUS on the EU 2030 Biodiversity Strategy and Europe’s green recovery.

 

How to increase the use of nature-based solutions in urban areas?

  • News article
  • 7 December 2022

Issue 591: Nature-based solutions (NBS) offer multiple benefits to address urban sustainable-development problems, especially related to climate change and biodiversity loss. However, NBS implementation in cities still faces barriers.

Green turtles in remote Azores feeding grounds are ingesting plastic, reveals new study

  • News article
  • 7 December 2022

Issue 591: Analysing two decades of data on stranded turtles in the North East Atlantic, researchers have found that 14% of turtles were entangled in litter and 86% of those examined after death had ingested plastic.

Large-scale study indicates wild bees are just as effective as honey bees for commercial apple pollination

  • News article
  • 7 December 2022

Issue 591: New research suggests that the standard practice of using managed honey bees to pollinate commercial apple orchards may in fact be unnecessary – wild bees may be just as effective, and produce better quality fruit.

forest strategy

  • Press release
  • 6 December 2022

The Commission welcomes the provisional political agreement just reached between the European Parliament and the Council on an EU Regulation on deforestation-free supply chains.

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