Search or browse upcoming events relating to biodiversity and ecosystem services, ranging from trainings to international meetings. Look for upcoming events organised by Partners and for BES-Net science-policy-practice Trialogues around the world.

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Public consultation on an EU initiative for pollinators
11 January 2018      European Union      European Commission

European Commission- Environment department is engaging all the stakeholders to participate to the consultation which aims to collect views on the decline of pollinators in order to inform the development of an EU initiative on pollinators.

IPBES-6 Plenary
17 March 2018      Medellin, Colombia      IPBES Secretariat

Plenary of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy
Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
Sixth session

Symposium on Research in Beekeeping and Sustainable Development
28 March 2018      Whiteknights campus of The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, University of Reading,, UK      UKCDS

Bees for Development and the Global Development Division, University of Reading, are jointly organising a Scientific Symposium on Research in Beekeeping and Sust

Landscape Governance Course
2 April 2018      Wageningen, The Netherlands      Wageningen University/ICIFOR/CDI/ICRAF

This course challenges forest and nature management professionals to adopt an integrative perspective, to look beyond the forest, and build bridges between the public and the private sector.

World Symposium on Climate Change and Biodiversity (WSCCB-2018)
3 April 2018      Manchester, United Kingdom      International Climate Change Information Programme (ICCIP)/Hamburg University of Applied Sciences/Manchester Metropolitan University

At present, many individual governments, financial Institutes and international donors are currently spending billions of dollars in projects around climate change and biodiversity, but with little coordination.

NEXUS 2018: Water, Food, Energy and Climate
16 April 2018      Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA      The Water Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Organized by the Water Institute, this conference will focus on the science-policy interface, partnerships, solutions, review of Sustainable Development Goal commitments (2018 and for the Heads of State review in 2019), sharing of tools, indicator

Africa Climate Smart Agriculture Summit
15 May 2018      Nairobi, Kenya      Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF)

Africa Climate Smart Agriculture Summit brings together senior representatives from ministries of agriculture, heads of key agri-related public institutions, UN agencies, agricultural firms, NGOs, farm associations, agriculture research and develo

IAIA18: Environmental Justice in Societies in Transition
16 May 2018      Durban, South Africa      International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA)

Globally, societies are in transition due to environmental challenges such as climate change, shifts in political power as seen in Europe and the USA, and social changes such as mass migration.

The World Bee Day
20 May 2018      Worldwide      UN

In recent years, at the international level and due to its international activities related to bees and beekeeping, Slovenia has been identified as a country where this field has a special place and receives special care, the Slovenian Government

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.

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BES-Net Trialogues
BES-Net Trialogue on Pollinators, Food Security and Rural Development
18 October 2017      Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina      UNDP & Bosnia and Herzegovina (Federal Ministry of Environment and Tourism)

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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