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2019
Oct 31
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  • GMBA
  • University of Lausanne
  • Symposium
  • Chavannes-près-Renens

Integration der Forschung und des Monitorings der Berggebiete in die Zyklen der Umweltpolitik: Herausforderungen und Chancen

Dieser eintägige Workshop dient als eine Plattform zum Austausch zwischen Wissenschaftlern und Vertretern der Politik und Verwaltung in Bergregionen. Ziel ist es, die Integration der Forschung und des Monitorings der Berggebiete in die Zyklen der Umweltpolitik zu diskutieren.
GMBA Survey
  • 03.05.2018
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GMBA Mountain Biodiversity and Human Wellbeing Survey

GMBA launches a survey to assess the state of, trends in, and relations between biodiversity, ecosystem services, human wellbeing, and direct drivers in the world's mountains.
Payne et al., COSUST, 2017
  • 18.12.2017
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New GMBA publication: Opportunities for research on mountain biodiversity under global change

In this new GMBA publication we concisely review current knowledge and knowledge gaps on mountain biodiversity ecosystem services, and human well-being under global change and illustrate how the Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment will continue to support efforts to fill these gaps in the future.
  • 21.09.2017
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GMBA featured in the University of Bern UniPress magazine

GMBA featured in the University of Bern UniPress magazine
  • 18.09.2017
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Natural Assets Definition Workshop

The first of a series of Future Earth Natural Assets Knowledge Action Network (KAN) workshops was held September 12-13, 2017, at the University of Bern, Switzerland.
  • 21.06.2017
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Fresh out of the press, co-edited and co-authored by GMBA: Plant diversity in the Central Great Caucasus: A Quantitative Assessment

This book co-edited and co-authored by GMBA members Eva Spehn and Christian Körner presents the first assessment of the high-elevation flora of the Central Caucasus with a community ecology emphasis.