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In this study, we present the development of an analytical framework which ensures that consistent approaches are used throughout the EU. This makes biodiversity loss the most critical global environmental threat alongside climate change — and the two are inextricably linked. The PDF version is free of charge. Under a Creative Commons license. Combating invasive alien species Invasive alien species IAS pose a significant threat to biodiversity in the EU, and this threat is likely to increase in the future unless robust action is taken at all levels to control the introduction and establishment of these species and address those already introduced [23].

The Biodiversity Strategy follows on from the EU Biodiversity Action Plan, learning lessons from its implementation and raising the level of ambition for Consequently, in addition to halting the loss of biodiversity, the new strategy also.

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The EU 2020 EU Biodiversity Target

The EU Biodiversity Strategy aims to halt the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services in the EU and help stop global biodiversity loss by It reflects the commitments taken by the EU in , within the international Convention on Biological Diversity. In , the EU adopted an ambitious. The Biodiversity strategy aims to halt biodiversity loss and the degradation of ecosystem services by and to restore them as far as feasible, and to step up the EU contribution to averting global biodiversity loss. Chapter 2: Priorities for action – the strategy to 17 • a more integrated large-scale approach to conservation on land and at sea 17 focus on EU-level action. The EU Biodiversity Strategy will be used as a framework by Member States, along with the global Nagoya agreement, to inform their own national plans.