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‘Mismatch Between Commitments and Action on Biodiversity’
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Event Announcement: Melodious Queen Bee found flitting around Durban
Cop 17 will see a number of international stars such as Angelina Jolie and Leonardo Di Caprio jet set into Durban next week. One other such celebrity bound to set the media abuzz, is none other than her Royal Highness Queen Daisy the 3rd. Sources say that she is already in town mapping out the route for her and her swarm, ahead of their visit on the 30th of…Continue
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The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Science Symposium 2011, was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 5 October 2011, under the title “GBIF at 10: Reaping Benefits for Science and Society.” Once a year, the GBIF sponsors a Science Symposium in association with its Governing Board meeting and associated committees. The 2011 Symposium focused on the experience gained during GBIF’s first decade of work and the future of biodiversity informatics. Topics addressed during the…Continue
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In a week and a bit, the big cheeses of biodiversity science, research, policy and communication will descend on Nagoya, Japan. Their job is to work out how we as a global population can safeguard life on earth over the next decade or so.
Data from Google, graffiti on Wikipedia and a phone call with my Dad all suggest that biodiversity is not the best term to use to raise public awareness of a growing threat to our wellbeing. Read the rest of this blog post at Under the Banyan.
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The Secretariat of the Bern Convention has the pleasure to announce a photo exhibition
The Secretariat of the Bern Convention (Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats) is pleased to inform you of a photo exhibition to mark the 2010 International Year of Biodiversity.
The photos are displayed in the hall of the Art Gallery (in the Palais de l’Europe, Strasbourg) from Friday 30 July to…
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Bonn, 17. Mai 2010: Am kommenden Pfingstsamstag (22. Mai 2010) ist der Internationale Tag der biologischen Vielfalt. Diesen Tag hat das Bundesamt für Naturschutz (BfN) in Kooperation mit dem…Continue