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Mainstreaming Biodiversity and Development: Discussion Paper

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This report presents a review of the current state of knowledge on biodiversity and development mainstreaming globally. The report is intended to support biodiversity - development mainstreaming efforts by synthesising experience to date and highlighting lessons learned that can help make a strong business case for integrating biodiversity in policy, planning and budgetary processes. It will be of use to policy-makers and stakeholders interested in or working on biodiversity and development mainstreaming.

The information in this report is largely based on a review of existing literature and inputs from experts on biodiversity development mainstreaming. It is published as a Discussion Paper and is intended to stimulate feedback alerting us to further
practical examples of biodiversity and development mainstreaming, and further analyses of experience of mainstreaming other sectors into development that can enhance this existing review. 

International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED); UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC); CBD Secretariat, UNEP, UNDP and Poverty Environment Initiative (PEI)

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