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  • in reply to: Session 1 – Breakout group 1 #7170

    Thank you for your question. In Japan, the number of forestry workers has been decreasing so far, and the area under forest management is decreasing. Most of the forests in Japan are suitable age for logging, but cannot be logged. It is also difficult to conduct the proper thinning. In addition to the declining population, there is concern that management will continue to decline because of the expected decline in the birthrate and aging population.

    in reply to: Session 1 – Breakout group 1 #7169

    Thanks Li Gu, we deliberately wanted to move away from associating specific colours with the corners to not fall into stereotypical tropes that green means ‘better’ or nature based. So we deliberately didn’t go with the conventional colour allocations 🙂

    in reply to: Session 1 #7168

    Li Li questioned
    I found the new IPBES triangle framework very inspiring, especially on the dimension of nature as culture. I wonder how this dimension of nature can be captured by scenario analysis as the level of harmony between nature and people is intangible and not easy to assess. And how this kind of information could contribute to the implementation of the post-2020 GBF?

    in reply to: Session 1 – Breakout group 1 #7167

    Couvet questioned
    What is the evidence of forest degradation (associated to depopulation) ?

    in reply to: Session 1 – Breakout group 1 #7166

    Fikremariam Ghion Melaku questioned
    I would like to get some explanation or reflection on how post 2020 GBF effectively implemented or enforced?

    in reply to: Session 1 – Breakout group 1 #7165

    Li GU questioned
    Maybe the color yellow for nature for society, and the color green for nature for nature is better?

    in reply to: Session 1 #7164

    Lawrence Sperling questioned
    For Francis – can you elaborate on the “science-policy interface”? As you move from broad goals to milestones and targets, the technical nature of the framework may quickly become overwhelming for non-technical policy-makers, whose buy-in is critical to marshalling the resources and maintaing the momentum needed to achieve the goals. How do you make sure that the wonderful technical work being done to elaborate and implement the 2050 GBF is understood and taken up by policy makers to garner the political will and resources needed to realize the theory of change?

    in reply to: Session 1 #7163

    WANG Ying questioned
    Any possibility to set/formulate targets/indicators to reflect the synergy of CBD and UNFCCC?

    in reply to: Session 1 #7162

    Kolan Bharath Reddy
    Why dont cbd has a review mechanism where if parties are implementing the targets ? and give ranking to the parties based on their achievements…like how world bank ranks countries based on economic achievement

    in reply to: Session 1 #7161

    Michael Cedric B. Bartolome questioned
    about the target 11 on biodiversity in green/blue spaces specially in urban areas, can it be incorporated in the range ing matrix for green building certifications?

    in reply to: Session 1 #7160

    Valasia Iakovoglou quuestioned
    What are the actions for outreach? Thank you

    in reply to: Session 1 #7159

    Anna Hewson questioned
    Will there be any actions on population size as well – incentives for less children, co2 budget per household? Tricky.

    in reply to: Session 1 #7158

    Eileen Bogweh Nchanji questioned
    How are we make sure we are leaving no one behind?

    in reply to: Session 1 #7157

    Anna Hewson questioned
    Francis – Was the commitment 5 or 20% for a updated zero draft (a) for area connectivity and integrity of natural ecosystems? The bold text seemed different to the italics apologies I missed why this was

    in reply to: Session 1 #7156

    Anthony Stephen DiMeglio questioned
    Regarding improvements to science communication and mainstreaming nature, what are we doing to address the decline in use and generation of animal and animal behaviour images to communicating science? I reference this paper to introduce the topic: DOI: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2015.02.004

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