To be nature positive by 2030 means that we have more nature in the world then than we do now. Halting and reversing the loss of biodiversity can only be achieved by using biodiversity sustainably and ensuring the fair and equitable sharing of benefits from the use of genetic resources.

A nature-positive mission statement for 2030 in the global biodiversity framework will offer a concise and easy to communicate mission that can inspire public support and political momentum. It should be a guiding light for government, civil society and business, to put biodiversity on the path to a full recovery.

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‘Paris agreement’ for nature imperative at Cop15, architects of climate deal say

Leaders say December biodiversity summit in Montreal is ‘unprecedented’ chance to turn tide on nature loss

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Explainer: What is 'nature positive'? Biodiversity's answer to net zero

"Achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 is only possible if we also act now to deliver a nature-positive society," said a statement by the Paris Agreement architects.

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Nature Positive by 2030: How can we know if there is more nature in 2020 than there is now?

We know how to measure the state of nature in 2020 with enough detail to know whether we have made things better or worse by 2030.

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