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Commission launches unit to inform biodiversity policies

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Centre will monitor implementation of EU Biodiversity Strategy and provide science-based evidence

The European Commission has launched a Knowledge Centre for Biodiversity as “a one-stop shop for science-based evidence to protect the natural ecosystems that provide us with food, medicines, materials, recreation and wellbeing”.

The centre will monitor the implementation of the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 and “directly address challenges” uncovered by an EU-wide ecosystem assessment, the Commission announced on 21 October. 

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