Webinar: Why delivering the Global Biodiversity Framework needs Behavior Change

Tuesday 17 January
09.30am ET | 2.30pm GMT | 3.30pm CET | 9.30pm ICT

Click here to watch the recording and see a summary of the webinar.

To ensure successful implementation of the Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) there needs to be a shift in behaviors – whether that’s by reducing overconsumption, changing farming practices or altering our interactions with surrounding ecosystems. The political and financial agreements stemming from the UN Convention for Biological Diversity (CBD COP15) have provided a key opportunity to now focus on the means of implementing the Global Biodiversity Framework.

This 90-minute webinar looked at the role that behavior change can play as a tool to deliver the goals of the Global Biodiversity Framework, bringing together perspectives representing governments, funders and practitioners.

Speakers included:

  • Rosina Bierbaum, Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel of the Global Environment Facility
  • David Ainsworth, Convention on Biological Diversity
  • Charlotte Smith, Chester Zoo
  • Kevin Green, Rare, Center for Behavior & the Environment
  • Rocky Sachez  Tirona, Rare, Fish Forever

Presented by:
Chester Zoo logo and Rare logo