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Symposium

Transformative and Behavioral Changes towards Nature-Positive Society

Ecosystems supported by rich biodiversity are the foundation of our society, economy, livelihoods, and culture, providing a variety of benefits and contributing to human well-being. According to a report published by the Intergovernmental Science...
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SDGs International Forum for Biodiversity

IGES, in collaboration with the Hyogo Prefectural Government and Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) will organise an international forum titled "SDGs International Forum for Biodiversity" in Kobe, Hyogo on 24 October 2023.
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Climate & Energy Webinar Series

IGES Perspective on the G7 Hiroshima Summit Outcomes

While re-confirming their commitment towards the 1.5°C goal of the Paris Agreement, the G7 Hiroshima Leaders' Communiqué did not include new and specific targets or actions to achieve that goal. On the other hand, it emphasised the need for "various
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What does the "Global Biodiversity Framework" mean for the world?

The “Kunming–Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework” (GBF), approved in December 2022, is expected to guide national biodiversity strategies and action plans (NBSAPs) worldwide until the end of this decade. IGES, with guests from the Global Youth Bio
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ITTO project

Analysis of timber legality assurance systems and good practices in China and Vietnam for sustainable timber trade

近年、木材貿易を取り巻く国内外の環境は、木材の合法性確認や、持続可能な開発目標(SDGs)達成への貢献など、大きくかつ急速に変化してきています。平成28(2016)年には、合法伐採木材等の流通及び利用を促進し、地域及び地球の環境保全に資することを目的とする「クリーンウッド法(合法伐採木材等の流通及び利用の促進に関する法律)」が制定されました。クリーンウッド法では、木材関連事業者が木材等を利用する場合に合法伐採木材等を利用することを努力義務として定めるとともに、木材が合法に伐採されたかものか否かを
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Third Global Conference on Strengthening Synergies between the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development [Plenary Session]

Calling for an integrative approach: Climate, SDGs and biodiversity Serious concerns were underlined at the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) regarding the current NDC targets