INTERACT-Bio, led by ICLEI, is designed to improve the utilization and management of nature within fast-growing cities and the regions surrounding them. It aims to provide expanding urban communities in the Global South with nature-based solutions and associated long-term benefits.
ICLEI Cities Biodiversity Center
South Tower, Sable Park
14 Bridge Boulevard
Century City, Cape Town, 7441
INTERACT-Bio is being implemented in Brazil, India and Tanzania.
Brazil, India and Tanzania each have globally unique biodiversity, but complex development challenges are widely manifested in their fast-growing cities and surrounding regions. These three countries are all signatories to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and are considered frontrunners in implementing the Aichi Biodiversity Targets. The project presents these three countries with a unique opportunity to enable deeper engagement of, and contribution by, their subnational governments in implementing their current, and shaping their future National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plans (NBSAPs).
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