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Friday, 4 April 2014

Next round of Experts for IPBES -- your turn?

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As many of you know, IPBES is now starting its real work and putting together expert groups for various tasks. A new round of nominations is open for two task, one for scoping a set of regional and sub-regional assessments and one for scoping a thematic assessment of land degradation and restoration. Information is available at the IPBES website. As a observer to IPBES, SCB has the opportunity to nominate experts for these groups, and we need your help in identifying the best experts available. Send any suggestions to me and I will process these. Maybe it is your turn this time to contribute to the high profile global policy work on biodiversity and ecosystem services!

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