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Ana Maria Hernandez
Jefe Oficina Asuntos Internacionales y Política Instituto Alexander von Humboldt. Presidenta de la IPBES.
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Ivonne Higuero Jun 12
New dates for are decided: 16-28 August 2019 at Palexpo, Geneva taking into account the views & concerns of the Standing Committee, UNDSS assessment and discussions with Sri Lanka-a very difficult decision under sad circumstances
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Instituto Humboldt Jun 12
En Colombia, cerca del 95 % de la transformación de los humedales se debe a la actividad ganadera (63,7 %), la deforestación (15,9 %) y la agricultura (15,3 %). en territorios anfibios. Recibimos tus aportes en:
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UN Biodiversity Jun 11
Here are 5️⃣ risks of a food system with low 😷 Malnutrition 🍂 Poverty 🌪️ Climate change 🐛 Land degradation, pests and diseases 🥀 Biodiversity loss Learn more 👇
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GEF Jun 11
WATCH LIVE NOW! Sir Bob Watson of on "What is the lesson for from recent science reports like and ?"
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Ana Maria Hernandez Jun 12
Great, it is a very clear and useful graphic. Thanks a lot.
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NatureEcoEvo Jun 12
Participation and inclusiveness in the Intergovernmental Science–Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services recent review on in
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IPBES Jun 11
The 1 million species threatened with cannot be ignored. As the Reports show, it's not at all too late to face the direct and indirect drivers of loss.
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Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Jun 10
The Japanese have known for years that spending mindful time in the woods is beneficial for body and soul. Now western doctors – and royals – agree
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Ana Maria Hernandez Jun 10
El abre para comentarios la propuesta de transiciones socio-ecologicas hacia la sostenibilidad. Invitados a aportar al proceso de construcción de esta innovadora apuesta que aporta a los cambios transformativos que requerimos como sociedad
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Achim Steiner Jun 10
In 170 countries around the world, all of us are changing, improving & delivering to support gov’ts & to achieve the . This is . My interview
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Christiana Figueres Jun 10
Emergency if we ever saw one.
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Semana Sostenible Jun 10
Frenar la pérdida de biodiversidad global pasa por trabajar con la gente, dice la nueva directora del . "Salvar la biodiversidad requiere soluciones sociales". Entrevista completa 👉🏻
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Ivonne Higuero Jun 10
Remarks by Martha Rojas for Biodiversity Liaison Group at Consultation w/MEAs on Post-2020 Global Biodiv Framework "represents unique opportunity to approach biodiv in a cooperative&complementary manner&reflect priorities&contributions of biodiv-related & other MEAs"
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Sandra Vilardy Jun 9
Este comercial... Es impresionante
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Instituto Humboldt Jun 9
Cerca de 300 especies fueron reportadas por Colombia en el Registro Global de Especies Introducidas e Invasoras. Conoce los detalles en:
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IPBES Jun 9
“Something,” small as it might seem, is not “nothing.” — The offers an elegant reflection on loss and individual agency, following the .
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IPBES Jun 8
loss, & endanger our and the well-being of billions of people, especially Peoples and Local Communities whose lives and livelihoods depend on them. —, Chair
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Alberto Pacheco C. Jun 8
Great High Level Panel at in Honduras with chair of , Ex-President of Guatemala , and Minister of Environment of Honduras , moderated by of
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Ana Maria Hernandez Jun 7
Presenting IPBES key findings of Global and Americas Assessments during the Blue Economy Summit, Roatan, Honduras. Also panel with H.E. Vinicio Cerezo former President of Guatemala and Minister of Environment of Honduras, Mr. Jose Antonio Galdames.
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Ana Maria Hernandez Jun 7
At the Blue Economy Summit of the Wider Caribbean Region, there are voices for innovative solutions, such as to pay fishermen to cash plastics for get cleaner oceans. Great to hear that we are thinking for transformative sustainable changes.
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