POST-2020 TARGETS & BIODIVERSITY INDICATORS
7-9 April 2019
During 2 days (Vienna, 8 - 9 April) the representatives of 16 ENCA members discussed current nature conservation issues such as the post-2020 process of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity CBD, biodiversity indicators, monitoring and reporting, GMOs, climate change and biodiversity, sustainable land use, as well as the mainstreaming of biodiversity and nature conservation agendas into other sectors. Communication and awareness raising were perceived as key issues for the future.
The second day was dedicated to deliberations on the status and future of the four ENCA Interest Groups. A new ad hoc IG on streamlining reporting obligations was founded.
The taking over of the ENCA Secretariat by the Environment Agency Austria as well as the organization and technical implementation of the first plenary under its lead were perceived as very positive by the participants.
Nature Conservation in Austria
Summary of ENCA-23 Plenary
EU pollinator monitoring scheme & indicators
Biodiversity Indicators in Austria
Experience with reporting Art. 24 IAS Regulation 1143/2014 in Austria
Swedish Experiences from Reporting according to Habitats Directive Art. 17 2013-2018
Biodiversity Monitoring and Reporting. Experiences with Art. 17 Report Habitats Directive in Austria
Towards an 8thEAP, Stakeholder Engagement, ENCA IGs, Activities of the Secretariat
Monitoring of Spontaneous Populations of Genetically Modified Plant Species in the Environment