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  • 13.05.2020
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Questionnaire regarding the use and impact of the IPBES conceptual framework

The questionnaire is aimed at understanding whether the conceptual framework fulfills the key roles envisaged by IPBES.
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  • 13.05.2020
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Call for nominations: IPBES workshop on biodiversity and pandemics

IPBES will organize a virtual Platform workshop on the link between biodiversity and pandemics, from 27-31 July 2020, to review evidence regarding the origin of infectious diseases transmitted from wild animals, the relationship between pandemics and biodiversity, in particular the drivers of pandemics and options for action related to biodiversity and ecosystem services, in the context of the current crisis and the prevention of future outbreaks.
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  • 13.05.2020
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Save the date: External review of the draft scoping reports for the IPBES nexus and transformative change assessments

The aim of this review is to increase the policy relevance of these future assessments by engaging Governments and stakeholders early in the process of defining the policy questions that these assessments will address. Information on how to register as a reviewer and access the documents will be shared in the beginning of the review periods.
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  • 11.09.2019
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A thematic assessment of the underlying causes of biodiversity loss and the determinants of transformative change and options for achieving the 2050 Vision for Biodiversity

This assessment is aimed at understanding and identifying factors in human society at both the individual and collective levels, including behavioural, social, cultural, economic, institutional, technical and technological dimensions, that can be leveraged to bring about transformative change for the conservation, restoration and wise use of biodiversity, while taking into account broader social and economic goals in the context of sustainable development. It explores the drivers of and motives behind broad societal changes and transitions to inform the design of relevant policies, communication and engagement campaigns and other actions.
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  • 11.09.2019
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A thematic assessment of the interlinkages among biodiversity, water, food and health

This assessment will use a nexus approach to examine the strong interlinkages among the Sustainable Development Goals related to food and water security, health for all, protecting biodiversity on land and in the oceans and combating climate change, among others. Interlinkages take various forms, including synergies, co-benefits and trade-offs.
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  • 07.08.2019
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Call for nominations of experts to assist with the scoping of a thematic assessment of the interlinkages among biodiversity, water, food and health

The rolling work programme of IPBES up to 2030 includes, under its first objective, a thematic assessment of the interlinkages among biodiversity, water, food and health. This assessment will use a nexus approach to examine the strong interlinkages among the Sustainable Development Goals related to food and water security, health for all, protecting biodiversity on land and in the oceans and combating climate change, among others. Interlinkages take various forms, including synergies, co-benefits and trade-offs. The challenge is to achieve good health for all with food and water security, including through the enhanced use of biodiversity, without adversely impacting biodiversity, water quality or climate and in the context of global change, including climate change.