Soils are increasingly recognised to have an important role, both for human wellbeing and for the global climate. There are clear benefits for people and the planet in the sustainable transformation of land management to practices that reduce soil degradation, mitigate erosion, and maintain or restore soil organic carbon, nutrients, and soil water. From maintaining biodiversity to providing ecosystem services, good forest management practices start in the soil.
ARIES in collaboration with UN DESA and UNEP recently launched an easy-to-use application for SEEA Ecosystem Accounting (SEEA EA). This ground-breaking tool enables ecosystem account production anywhere on Earth, making it easier for countries to measure the contributions of nature to their economic prosperity and wellbeing.
Today, 10 June, the report of the workshop “Climate Change and Biodiversity” between IPBES and selected IPCC scientists was presented at a public event on Youtube.
In this workshop global experts discussed how to jointly address biodiversity, climate crises and their social impacts.
En este workshop expertos globales debatieron sobre cómo abordar conjuntamente la biodiversidad, las crisis climáticas y sus impactos sociales.
Organizado en el marco de los Cursos de Verano de UIK, este curso de BC3 pretende abrir, de la mano de reconocidos expertos, un espacio de reflexión y debate, para analizar la potente agenda de reformas de carácter verde del Green Deal que a raíz de la crisis del coronavirus se pretende desarrollar en muchos países y regiones de todo mundo
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