"Towards living in harmony with nature by 2050: A Science-Policy Dialogue"

The 4th Science for Biodiversity Forum was held on 23-24 November 2018 in Sharm el-Sheikh,  Arab Republic of Egypt, at CBD COP 14 (Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity). 165 participants representing science, policy and civil society registered. The Forum was organized by the International Union of Biological Sciences, the European Commission, with support from EKLIPSE, the EU science-policy interface mechanism on biodiversity and ecosystem services, the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research, and the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity.

The objective of this Science-Policy dialogue would be to bring together and engage scientists and policy makers in a transparent dialogue, to recommend how to bring the post-2020 process forward. It can open new pathways to accelerate implementation of nature-based solutions for nature, people and the economy across different sectors, and on engaging wider parts of the society.

23 Nov 2018 · Young Scientists · Egypt

Participation of Young Scientists in 4th Science Forum

IUBS sponsored the participation of 4 young scientists in the 4th Science Forum organized during the COP 14  on 23-24 November 2018 in Egypt. Renu Kumari from India, Sameh Hamdy Soror, Mai Abdelmoaz Allam and Mohamed Ezzat Abdelhack, from Egypt actively participated in the forum by facilitating the group discussions during the 2 days.
(Photo: Left to right: Mohamed Ezzat Abdelhack, Sameh Hamdy Soror, Nathalie Fomproix, Renu Kumari and Mai Abdelmoaz Allam)

 

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Related Documentation

Downloadable documents for the 4th Science for Biodiversity Forum:

Event Agenda

Participants Agenda

Event Report

Statement in Plenary

 

More information about COP14 (Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity, CBD)