Nadia is involved in UNEP-WCMC’s work on the post-2020 global biodiversity framework, synergies between multilateral environmental agreements and the EU biodiversity strategy 2011-2020 evaluation.
Nadia Deckert is a French environmental diplomat specialized in ocean protection affairs.
For several years she has been working as a negotiator and policy advisor for France, representing her country to regional sea conventions or marine species-related international agreements and initiatives. She was also involved in several development-aid projects focused on marine biodiversity. She has worked as a policy advisor on shipping and marine mammals for OceanCare.
Before that, she has been working for the Crisis centre and for the Press and Communication Department of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Nadia is responsible for managing UNEP-WCMC components of the UN Environment project on Realising Synergies for Biodiversity, which aims at providing concrete solutions for better biodiversity governance and enhanced synergies and cooperation among biodiversity-related conventions.
Nadia is responsible for managing UNEP-WCMC components of the EU Biodiversity Strategy evaluation lead by Trinomics. The report and evaluation of the Strategy will take stock of its implementation and will determine whether its actions have been well-implemented and have resulted in the achievement of the biodiversity targets. It will also assess the Strategy's effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, coherence and EU added value.