6th Science-Policy for Biodiversity Forum

8 - 11 April 2024 | Online
6th Science-Policy for Biodiversity Forum

Initiated by International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS) in 2006, the Science Policy Forum for Biodiversity continues to serve as a vital platform for fostering dialogue among scientists, policymakers, and stakeholders.

The objective is to explore how science, technology, and innovation can drive effective implementation of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework, ultimately aiming to bend the curve of biodiversity loss and achieve positive outcomes by 2050. In the upcoming webinars, crucial topics will be explored such as Invasive Alien SpeciesDigital Sequence Information (DSI), the intersection of Indigenous Peoples in Conservation Biodiversity, and the development of Biodiversity Conservation Indicators.

 

Join the Science Policy Forum for Biodiversity webinar series as renowned speakers share their insights, followed by discussions open to audience input, empowering collective action for a sustainable future.

During the 2h webinars, distinguished speakers will share insights on various topics. It will be followed by discussions welcoming audience inputs. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the solution.

 

Invasive alien species in Asia and Oceania and mesures for them

8 April 2024, UTC: 6:00

Coordinator

Speakers


Digital Sequence Information in Biodiversity Research and How to Share Benefits

9 April 2024, UTC:13:00

Coordinators

Speakers


Role of Indigenous Peoples in Conservation of Biodiversity

10 April 2024, UTC: 11:00

Coordinator

Co-Moderator

Speakers


Indicators

11 April 2024, UTC: 15:00

Registration link to be announced.

Coordinator

Speakers to be announced.


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