Connecting nature in a fragmented world: The importance of conserving ecological connectivity in the next decade

10 January, 2023.- On 19th December 2022, Parties to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity  officially adopted the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework as part of a package of decisions agreed at COP15, the UN’s biodiversity summit in Montreal, Canada.

Helping wildlife navigate road and railway infrastructure ​

10 January, 2023.- Reflected in key goals and targets, ecological connectivity will be decisive, as countries move to implement the freshly minted Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework, which, among its key targets, calls for a minimum of 30% of the earth’s lands, freshwater, and oceans to be protected or conserved in some form by the year 2030, amid rapid infrastructural changes.

New initiative seeks to connect wild spaces and secure a healthy planet for the benefit of all

27 November, 2022.- Habitat destruction and fragmentation remain the primary threats to biodiversity and as little as 9% of Earth’s terrestrial habitats may at present be adequately connected. A new initiative seeks to conserve, restore and manage ecologically connected networks.