UK Biodiversity Indicators 2020. Indicator E2 – Expenditure on UK and international biodiversity 2020
These documents support response indicator E2 – Expenditure on UK and international biodiversity. The documents include a datasheet and technical background document.
The first part of this indicator provides real-term, public sector spending on biodiversity in the UK alongside spending by non-governmental organisations (NGOs) with a focus on biodiversity and/or nature conservation. Spending is just one way of assessing the government’s commitment to biodiversity.
The second part of this indicator provides real-term UK public sector spending on global biodiversity. Funding for international biodiversity is essential for the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity in developing countries, along with other international biodiversity policy commitments.
Resource type Publication
Topic category Environment
Reference date 2020·10·15
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK (2020). UK Biodiversity Indicators 2020.
The UK Biodiversity Indicators were first published in 2007. They were created to provide a measure for reporting on the UK’s progress towards meeting international biodiversity goals and targets. The indicators were comprehensively reviewed during 2011 and 2012 to ensure they continued to be based on the most robust and reliable available data, and remained relevant to the new international goals and targets developed in 2010 and 2011.
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Metadata date 2020·10·15
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