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ECO Special Edition Post COP 15, Issue 1

1. The simple 30x30 should make us tremble: We must do it right this time!. Vivienne Solís Rivera and Marvin Fonseca Borrás, CoopeSoliDar R.L - Costa Rica

2. Fair and equitable benefit sharing for use of DSI, without compromising sovereign rights. Nithin Ramakrishnan, Third World Network 

3. Outcomes of COP 15: Synbio, techno-fixes, and false solutions need to be challenged nationally. Sabrina Masinjila, African Centre for Biodiversity  

4. Agriculture at COP15. Helena Paul, Econexus

5. ‚ÄúNature Positive‚ÄĚ was problematic ‚Äď but is its absence from the GBF sufficient to prevent harmful offsetting?.¬†Nele Marien, Friends of the Earth International

6. Is the GBF equitable and transformative?. Lim Li Lin, Third World Network 

7. Human rights in the GBF: a new paradigm for advancing implementation and accountability. Ana Di Pangracio, Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (FARN)

8. Our strengths, their weaknesses: Youth reflections on the outcomes of COP15. Global Youth Biodiversity Network

9. What did COP15 bring for women and girls?. Amelia Arreguin, UNCBD Women’s Caucus Coordinator

10. Faiths at COP 15. Grove Harris, Temple of Understanding

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