Letzte Meldungen und Publikationen zum Thema Biodiversität

  • 15.02.2019
  • CDE
  • News

Call for papers: Mountain Biodiversity and Sustainable Development

Mountain biodiversity provides billions of upland and lowland inhabitants with vital ecosystem services and sources of livelihoods. Mountain Research and Development is looking for papers that present validated insights into ways of managing mountain (agro)biodiversity so that it contributes to human wellbeing; that analyze interlinkages between mountain biodiversity, global change, ecosystems, and people; or that offer evidence-informed agendas for research or policymaking with regard to these interlinkages.
Informationsdienst Biodiversität Schweiz IBS Mr. 136
  • 2019
  • Swiss Biodiversity Forum
  • Newsletter

Informationsdienst Biodiversität Schweiz IBS Mr. 136

Schadstoff-Cocktail in Flohkrebsen
  • 31.01.2019
  • News

Revitalised River Aire entered for Landscape Award of the Council of Europe

Switzerland has chosen the revitalisation of the River Aire as its entry for the Landscape Award of the Council of Europe. It is the first time the country has taken part in the competition. As a result of the project, the Aire is now not only a valuable habitat for plants and animals and a popular recreational space but also – thanks to the preservation of the old man-made channel – a place of cultural history and a successful example of collaboration within a multidisciplinary team.
Luftaufnahme des Fricktals im Kanton Aargau
  • 24.01.2019
  • Swiss Academy of Sciences
  • Press release

SCNAT creates the largest knowledge network on the landscape

Sprawl, loss of landscape diversity and biodiversity, mountain landscapes marked by climate change: Starting in 2019, the Academy of Natural Sciences (SCNAT) is merging various of its activities in the new Landscape, Alps, Parks Forum. The goal is to better protect Switzerland's landscapes in collaboration with politics and society and to utilise and manage them more sustainably. This fusion will create the largest knowledge network in Switzerland on natural and cultural landscapes. Designated president is Felix Kienast of the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL). Furthermore, new presidents are also being appointed in other SCNAT units.
Bernische Botanische Gesellschaft Jahresbericht 2017
  • 2018
  • Bernische Botanische Gesellschaft
  • NGB
  • Report

Bernische Botanische Gesellschaft Jahresbericht 2017

Der Jahresbericht der Bernischen Botanischen Geselschaft erscheint jeweils in den Mitteilungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Bern.
Fotografische Vielfalt des Vereinsjahres 2016
  • 2017
  • NGB
  • Magazine

Mitteilungen 2017

Die Mitteilungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Bern enthalten wissenschaftliche Beiträge oder die Referate ausgewählter Vortragszyklen, die Jahresberichte der NGB, die Sitzungsberichte der Bernischen Botanischen Gesellschaft und weitere Informationen.