IPBES-CH events

The Swiss Biodiversity Forum, in close collaboration with the Federal Office for the Environment, is organizing IPBES-CH, the national platform for the Intergovernmental Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES).

  • Serie di eventi

2017
mag 5
IPBES CH 2012
  • Swiss Biodiversity Forum
  • UFAM
  • Congresso per specialisti
  • Bern

Swiss IPBES Info-meeting, 5th May 2017, Bern

Inform yourself on ongoing IPBES work (Regional Assessments, Global Assessment and the Thematic Assessment on Land Degradation and Restoration and the Open Call for Review of some of the ongoing Assessments.
2016
apr 19
IPBES CH 2015
  • Swiss Biodiversity Forum
  • Congresso per specialisti
  • Bern

Swiss IPBES Info-meeting, 19th April 2016, Bern

Inform yourself on all current activities and opportunities IPBES is offering, about its first results, and also learn about the new Technical Support Unit for the Regional Assessment of Europe and Central Asia at the University of Bern.
2015
mar 3
IPBES CH 2012
  • Curatorium Swiss Biodiversity Forum
  • Swiss Biodiversity Forum
  • Conferenza pubblica
  • Bern

Swiss IPBES Info-meeting, 3rd of March 2015, Bern

Tuesday, 03.03.2015, 13:30 till 17:00, Institute of Plant Sciences (IPS) and Botanical Garden, Altenbergrain 23, Bern, Switzerland
2012
nov 15
IPBES CH 2012
  • Curatorium Swiss Biodiversity Forum
  • Congresso per specialisti
  • Laboratorio didattico
  • Bern

Kickoff meeting for the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) in Switzerland 2012

In April 2012, more than 90 nations agreed to set up the International Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Service (IPBES), which aims to tackle the accelerating worldwide loss of biodiversity and degradation of ecosysterm service by bringing to policy makers scienctific assessments that are accurate, impartial and up-to-date. Science organisations and national governments are now to prepare for the first official meeting of the IPBES in January 2013 in Bonn, Germany (link) and to develop the first IPBES work program.