Short-eared owl Robert McCaw

Ontario Nature's 20/20 Vision

A Biodiversity Charter for Ontario

Click here to read our biodiversity charter.

Decade of biodiversity

In October 2010, governments agreed to the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 and the Aichi Targets as the basis for halting and eventually reversing the loss of biodiversity of the planet. The United Nations General Assembly declared the period 2011-2020 to be the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity.

Ontario Nature has been protecting and advocating for biodiversity for close to 80 years. We believe that the loss of biological diversity is one of the most important issues facing us today and in the future. That is why we ended 2010 with a special campaign, a 20/20 vision for biodiversity in Ontario.

This is our 20/20 vision and thanks for sharing it with us.

 

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people signed the Biodiversity Charter.

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