Did you miss #IPBES9 Stakeholder day?
There were a number of great presentations and briefings from various IPBES Stakeholders (the new Social Sciences and Humanities subgroup of ONet, our indigenous network colleagues, the new CABES network in Central and West Africa etc.) as well as a useful overview of work program from the IPBES secretariat.
The good news is that you can now watch the recording of the day on this link. In order to help you have a quick review of a specific topic, please refer to the agenda of the day, available here.
If you want to share your experiences as an IPBES Stakeholder or to be more involved with the community, don’t forget to register for free as a member of the Open-ended Network of IPBES Stakeholders (ONet).
ONet is organizing two events in the coming months don’t hesitate to take part of them by visiting the website:
If you would be interested in organising any IPBES ‘uptake events’ (activities of any kind in which IPBES outputs are discussed) in your country or organisation or institution, or you plan to take part personally in an event where you might be highlighting or promoting IPBES assessments or other outputs, please send a message to email@example.com, we will be happy to explore options with you to connect relevant IPBES experts to such events and to possibly provide IPBES outreach materials. We would also be pleased to work with you to promote such events on social media.