Natura 2000 is the backbone of the EU’s biodiversity policy. Nearly one quarter of the EU’s forests are part of the world's largest network of protected areas.
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FLARE (Forests and Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement) network is pleased to announce its 3rd annual meeting.
While individual and organizational commitments to sustainability are growing, there is not enough civic engagement for green energy policy.
Major political changes over the past year have brought new questions over the future of global climate change action.
Join the 2017 ASAP Prize for Progress Finalists for a webinar series to discuss innovation & excellence in Natural Systems Adaptation!
This conference will provide a neutral forum to address emerging policies and technologies for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions and mitigation along with estimating climate change impacts and adaptation strategies.
Impacts World is the leading international conference covering the diversity and depth of climate-impacts research today.
The participants in this short course will deal intensively with the connections between land use and nutrient cycles in the context of water catchment areas as well as at a global level.
Human-Wildlife Conflict (HWC) is a recurring phenomenon arising whenever and wherever humans and wild animals compete for declining resources, mostly around the habitat of the latter.
The face-to-face capacity building activities – the BES-Net “Trialogues” – are multi-stakeholder dialogues focusing on specific policy questions at the national and regional levels. By facilitating fruitful discussions among the three BES-Net communities of policy, science/knowledge holders and practice, the trialogues will contribute to addressing specific policy issues to help unlock shifts in the development trajectory of societies towards sustainability.
According to a recent global report on pollinators conducted by IPBES, 70% of the plants that we eat, and 90% of wildflowers depend on pollinators.
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