‘What’s wrong with biodiversity?’ This was the initial question that developed into the two-year flagship thought leadership project, Biodiversity Revisited. Since early 2018, the initiative has brought together close to 300 experts from nearly 50 countries to completely rethink future research on biodiversity and conservation, starting with the very definition of the concept. Join us on 11 June 2020 for the Fuller Seminar when researchers and practitioners involved in the initiative will share inspiring stories from the project, along with their takes on the ideas and publications that have emerged during this journey.
Hosted by WWF US, the Fuller Seminar is a series of meetings providing a platform for conservation ideas and is a part of the Kathryn Fuller Science Fund for Nature supporting innovative ideas in conservation science research.
What’s in it for you?
- Learn new ways of thinking about biodiversity conservation science
- Explore the systems thinking methodology applied to the project and how it can help your ideas
- Get inspired by three panelists from across the world who work in biodiversity conservation
How to take a part?
- Register by 11 June 2020
- Join the 75-minute virtual seminar on Thursday, 11 June 2020 at 4 PM EST
For more information, please contact:
Melanie Ryan, Head of Programme (ad-interim) at the Luc Hoffmann Institute: firstname.lastname@example.org