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EBD Solutions


The management of ecosystems & biodiversity (EBD) can draw on a range of strategies, according to the choice of management objectives, among them:


  • Conservation

  • Sustainable use

  • Restoration

  • Mainstreaming

  • Valuation

  • Leveraging finance

  • Access benefit sharing

  • Policies

  • Promoting awareness 


In turn, solutions will seek to address the drivers behind the loss of biodiversity and/or the degradation of ecosystem services. These include: 


  • Protecting biological resources, including through the creation and strengthening of protected areas

  • Securing a sustained flow of essential and valuable ecosystem services

  • Defining thresholds for resource extraction

  • Regulating land- and resource use across land and seascapes through a combination of relevant policies and practices

  • Addressing consumption patterns and policy measures that negatively impact the integrity of ecosystems and biodiversity

  • Proposing mechanisms, including financial, for promoting the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and ecosystem services


People, their needs, rights and well-being, as well as the need to take into consideration the pursuit of sustainable development goals, are part and parcel of any optimal EBD solutions.


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