MERLIN | Webinar: Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Insights from IPBES and IPCC Intergovernmental Processes- Online, 07 February
On 07 February 2022, the MERLIN consortium, a ‘research and innovation action’ EU funded under the H2020 programme, organises the second of a series of webinars on freshwater ecosystem restoration. On this occasion, Josef Settele (Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research) will talk about Biodiversity and Climate Change.
This webinar will highlight some major outcomes of the IPBES Global Assessment and the IPBES-IPCC workshop report on Biodiversity and Climate Change. It will also shed light on the processes of intergovernmental negotiations and the uptake of the outcomes of such processes.
- Josef Settele, Head of Department, Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) and co-author of the IPBES-IPCC workshop report.
The participation is free, open to everyone and without registration. If you would like to participate register here.
Mainstreaming Ecological Restoration of freshwater-related ecosystems in a Landscape context: INnovation, upscaling and transformation (MERLIN) is a ‘research and innovation action’ funded under the European Commission’s H2020 programme, coordinated by the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany), which will seek innovative solutions based on nature to restore the functions of freshwater ecosystems and mitigate climate change.
Aqua Publica Europea joins 43 other partners from across Europe, including universities, research institutes, nature conservation organisations, and stakeholders from business, government, and municipalities. Aqua Publica Europea will work on translating and disseminating MERLIN’s findings among European public water operators.