IPBES Forum: One for all, all for one

Are you eager to be engaged in shaping an Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) and defining its goals? Do you want to bring your knowledge and experience to the attention of governments and other decision makers? Here is your chance. The Stakeholder Forum on IPBES is a new email discussion group for everyone interested in advancing the involvement of scientists, conservation organizations, businesses and other civil society actors in IPBES.

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The launch of IPBES is just around the corner. This Platform is expected to be fully operational in 2012. It will be a global scientific authority providing information and knowledge relevant to policy and strategic decisions on the conservation of biodiversity and the use of ecosystem services.

Biodiversity conservation will benefit from such a strengthened science-policy interface. Our Union can make a significant contribution to IPBES.

Join the Stakeholder Forum on IPBES and discover the role that civil society can play in IPBES. You are welcome to ask questions, share your experience and exchange opinions.

Simply click here and follow the brief instructions.

The Forum includes IUCN’s contributions to the ongoing IPBES intersessional work ahead of the Second Plenary Session to Build IPBES in April 2012. The Forum discussions are held in English, however questions or requests for clarification may be asked in French or Spanish.

The Forum is established and moderated by the IUCN Programme on IPBES. For assistance or additional information, please write to our team

Work area: 
Business
WBCSD
Ecosystems
Forests
Marine
Members
Protected Areas
Species
Water
Species
Protected Areas
Ecosystems
Social Policy
Environmental Law
Environmental Law
IPBES
World Heritage
Location: 
Asia
South America
Mesoamerica
North America
Europe
Mediterranean
East and Southern Africa
West and Central Africa
West Asia
Oceania
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