TM16

New generations of satellites, models and other scientific developments are opening vast opportunities for monitoring and understanding biodiversity and the effects of conservation efforts. Biodiversity strategies, targets and indicators for the future are currently in development in the context of the United Nations, the European Union and other institutions. This event will address how Earth Observation should be further incorporated in these policies building on findings of the ECOPOTENTIAL project. The project applies Earth Observation for practical conservation in over 25 protected areas in Europe and beyond.

Organizer(s): UN Environment and ECOPOTENTIAL

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Convener: Per Magnus Andresen
Tue, 09 Apr, 19:00–20:00
 
Room 0.49

New generations of satellites, models and other scientific developments are opening vast opportunities for monitoring and understanding biodiversity and the effects of conservation efforts. Biodiversity strategies, targets and indicators for the future are currently in development in the context of the United Nations, the European Union and other institutions. This event will address how Earth Observation should be further incorporated in these policies building on findings of the ECOPOTENTIAL project. The project applies Earth Observation for practical conservation in over 25 protected areas in Europe and beyond.

Organizer(s): UN Environment and ECOPOTENTIAL