Indicator list Gaining Consensus workshop
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

 
£
%
123
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY
1
Indicator nameStrategic GoalAichi TargetTarget ElementBIP indicatorCBD indicatorIPBES indicatorProposed SDG indicatorSDG relevanceType of indicator(2)Temporal span(2)Mapped (Y/N)relevant reference or notes to explain status
3
Aboveground biomassState - Ecosystem services1993-2012Y
6
Area of agricultural land under organic production (million ha)B77.1NYResponse1999-2011country level data (sort of)
8
Area of mangrove forest cover (km2)B1010.2ProposedNState - EcosystemsY
9
Area of tree cover loss (ha)B55.1NYCore indicatorState - Ecosystems; Threats and pressuresY
10
Areas of agricultural land under conservation agricultureB77.1NYHighlighted IndicatorResponse1990-2011country level data (sort of)
12
Better Life Index (environment or environmental quality dimension)D1414.3ProposedYHighlighted IndicatorImpact1990-2015Country level data
16
Biodiversity Habitat Index (overall habitat integrity)B55.1State - Ecosystems2005-2015Y
17
Biodiversity Habitat Index (species persisting)B55.1State - Ecosystems2005-2015Y
18
Biodiversity Intactness IndexC12; 1412.3YYCore indicator15State - Species900-2014Y
21
Biomass turnover rateState - Ecosystem Services2000Y
22
Bird species per grid cell (cSAR)State - Species1910-2015Y
27
Coastal carbon-rich habitatState - ecosystem services1980-2017Y
28
Coastal protection habitatsState - ecosystem services1980-2017Y
30
Coverage of fisheries with management measures to reduce bycatch and discards
B66.4NYHighlighted IndicatorResponseY
34
Ecological Footprint (number of earths needed to support human society)A44.2YYCore indicator8.4, 12.2Threats and pressures1961-2009Y
37
Extent of forestsB5State - ecosystems1990-2015Y
38
Extent of intact forest landscapesB5State - ecosystems2000-2013Y
39
Extent of marine wildernessB5State - ecosystems2013Y
41
Extent of terrestrial wildernessB5State - ecosystems1993-2015Y
43
change in terrestrial human footprintB5state - ecosystems1992-2009Y
https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms12558
44
change in non-degraded terrestrial human footprintB5state- ecoystem 1992-2009Y
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/conl.12295
45
change in land needing restoration (as assessed human footprint)B5, 7, 15state- ecoystem 1992-2009Y
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/conl.12646
46
Forest area as a percentage of total land area (proposed indicator for SDG target 15.1)
B55.1YYCore indicatorY15.1State - ecosystems1946-2015Y
47
The amount of intact forest leftB5state-ecosystem2000-2013y
paper, lead by hedley Grantha, about to submitted
48
amount of land that is ecologically intact at ecoregional scaleB5state-ecosystem1992-2013y
paer, lead by hawthorne Beyer, about to be submitted
49
Forest-specialist bird species per grid cell (cSAR)State - species1910-2015Y
50
Fraction of ocean not fished per yearState - ecosystems?2016Y
51
Functional intactness (Madingley)State - ecosystem services1901-2005Y
52
Functional richness (Madingley)State - ecosystem services1901-2005Y
54
Funding for species protectionC1111.1NYResponse1992-2008Y
55
Funding for species protection ($)C1212.2NNNResponse1995-2012Y
60
Funding towards nature reserves ($)C1111.6NNResponse
1995-2012 and present day
in progress
63
Global bird richness (cSAR)State - species1900-2015Y
65
Global ecosystem restoration indexD1515.2NYHighlighted IndicatorState - Ecosystems; State - Ecosystem services2001-2015Y
67
Global forest-specialist bird richness (cSAR)State - species1900-2015Y
70
Human appropriation of fresh water (water footprint) (thousand km3)A44.3NYCore indicatorThreats and pressures1995-2009I think there is country level data so sort of
71
Human appropriation of net primary productivity (Pg C)A44.3ProposedYHighlighted IndicatorThreats and pressures1910-2005Y
76
Insecticide use (tonnes)B8NNThreats and pressures1992-2011country level data (sort of)
79
Land not cultivated or urban (global)State - ecosystems1992-2015Y
80
Land not cultivated or urban (Hotspots)State - ecosystems1992-2015Y
81
Land not cultivated or urban (Indigenous Lands)State - ecosystems1992-2015Y
94
Local species richness (PREDICTS)State - Species900-2014Y
97
Mangrove forest areaState - ecosystems2000-2014Y
98
Marine NPP (remote sensing)State - ecosystem services1998-2007Y
104
Mean Species Abundance (terrestrial systems; GLOBIO)B,C7,8,12ProposedNHighlighted IndicatorState - species
1850-2050 (10 yr intervals)
Y
105
Mean Species Abundance (freshwater systems; GLOBIO-Aquatic)B,C,D8,12,14ProposedState - species1970-2050Y
111
Natural habitat extentState - ecosystems1961-2011Y
117
NPP remaining in ecosystemsState - ecosystem services1910-2005Y
142
Ocean Health IndexD10 or 1414.3YYY
2.4, 8.4, 12.2, 12.8
Threats and pressures
2008 onwards
Y
157
Percentage of global rural population with access to improved water resourcesD14NNResponse1990-2011country level data (sort of)
165
Permanent surface water extentState - Ecosystems; State - Ecosystem services1984-2015Y
166
Pesticide use (tonnes)B88.1NYCore indicatorThreats and pressuresI think this is FAO data so country level but not comprehensive
167
Phylogenetic diversity by country (mammals)Y
190
Protected Area Connectedness IndexC1111.7ProposedYCore indicatorThreats and pressures; Response
2000, 2005, 2010, 2012
Y
196
Protected Area Representativeness IndexC1111.5ProposedYHighlighted indicatorThreats and pressures; Response
1970-2016 (years within this range)
Y
197
RAMSAR areasC12NNHighlighted IndicatorResponseY
211
Red List aggregate change per countryState - species1996-2008Y
212
Remaining primary vegetationState - ecosystems1900-2015Y
216
Species climate exposure indexB10Y
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/ecog.03937
217
Species climate sensitivity indexB10Y
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/ecog.03937
218
Species climate vulnerability indexB10Y
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/ecog.03937
219
Species Habitat IndexB5, 125.4NYCore indicatorState - Species; Threats and pressures
2001 onward
Y
220
Species Habitat Index (species that provide essential services)D1414.2ProposedYCore indicatorState - Ecosystem services; Threats and pressuresY
221
Species Habitat Index (wild relatives)D1313.3ProposedYCore indicatorState - genes; Threats and pressuresY
226
Species richness per grid cell (AIM)State -Species1900-2015Y
229
Terrestrial NPP (model ensemble)State - ecosystem services1860-2015Y
230
Terrestrial NPP (remote-sensing)State - ecosystem services2000-2015Y
233
Tree coverState - ecosystems1982-2016Y
250
Tropical forest BIIState - species2001-2012Y
Loading...