It is evident that a variety of approaches are used by countries in order to assess their progress towards the Aichi Biodiversity Targets in Part III of their National Reports. This document aims to identify and summarise these approaches, and the strengths, limitations and considerations for use of each of these.
This report has compiled an evidence base for the existence of national and regional indicators in relation to the 2010 Biodiversity Target, and whether these might be relevant to the new Aichi Targets, but it does not aim to identify which indicators might be needed or suitable for the Aichi Targets. Similarly, the report does not consider the specific data needs and sources for possible indicators for the Aichi Targets. The latter subject is addressed by the GEO‐BON report “Adequacy of Existing Biodiversity Observation Systems to support the CBD 2020 Targets”, which is also designed to support the 2011 AHTEG on indicators.
Developing indicators for national targets as part of NBSAP updating: Examples of the Biodiversity Indicator Development Framework in practice
This document gives a number of worked examples of developing biodiversity indicators for countries’ NBSAPs. It aims to show the steps and processes involved in developing one or more indicators that help show progress made towards the achievement of a national target. The examples and conclusions shown are drawn from the results of a number of BIP workshops around the world.
This paper presents a revised set of BIP objectives and membership criteria for 2016-2020. The structure and operational principles aim to ensure the effectiveness of the BIP as it continues to respond to user needs and provide the best available biodiversity information for the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 and other related initiatives.
This flyer has been developed to showcase how the BIP supports national use of biodiversity indicators.
This 2 page summary has been developed to showcase the BIP's work on filling indicator gaps, as well as information on national use of indicators.