The Biodiversity Indicators Partnership (BIP) brings together a host of international organizations working on indicator development, to provide the best available information on biodiversity trends to the global community. The Partnership was initially established to help monitor progress towards the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) 2010 Biodiversity target. However, since its establishment in 2006 the BIP has developed a strong identity not only within the CBD but with other Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs), national and regional governments and other sectors. As a result the Partnership will continue through international collaboration and cooperation to provide biodiversity indicator information and trends into the future.
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... In addition to improving global-scale indicators, the BIP has been actively involved in supporting national and regional initiatives facilitating indicator development and ... bringing together the various institutional representatives involved in national indicator development to share experiences and best-practice ... A series of guidance documents on national indicator development have been published, together with a web portal (www.bipnational.net) ...
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