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Marianne Schlesser (ed.) (2013)

Biodiversity 2020 – Update of Belgium’s National Biodiversity Strategy

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, 29 rue Vautier, 1000 Brussels, Belgium, 2 ed.

"Biodiversity 2020, Update of Belgium's National Strategy (NBS)" has been developed as a direct response to Article 6 of the Convention on Biological Diversity. It was adopted on 13 November 2013 by the Interministerial Conference for the Environment, which is composed of the competent ministers of the Federal Government and the three Regions of Belgium (Flanders, Brussels, Wallonia). The Strategy spells out a range of priority objectives to anticipate, prevent and reduce the causes of biodiversity loss in Belgium. It is the unique national document on biodiversity that is applicable both at the federal and regional levels in order to comply with the European and international commitments made by Belgium. It offers a framework for the policy to follow and for the subsequent implementing actions to be developed.
ISBN 970890732420302

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