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DIVERSITAS major contributions to PuP 2012

Plenary sessions

Monday 26 March 2012, at 11.00

Sandra Diaz : State of the Planet : Ecosystems

Tuesday 27 March 2012, at 9.00

Georgina Mace : Can humans manage the Earth system ?

 

Parallel sessions organised by the DIVERSITAS community

Monday 26 March 2012 - Day 1: State of the Planet

  • At 13.00, ICC Auditorium : Lee, Ostrom, Diaz, Glaser, Dodds, Hernes

From Planet under Pressure to Rio+20: key messages from science to Rio

  • At 14.00, Room 16 : Lovejoy, Diaz, Fonseca, Dixon, Hammond

Tragedies and hopes of the global commons: Biodiversity, climate and the oceans as global benefits

  • At 14.00, Room 9 : Leadley, Duraiappah, Williams, Olsson, Lenton

Staying away from the edge: avoiding biophysical, ecological and social tipping points

  • At 16.00, Room 6 : Mills, Prieur-Richard, Guegan

Biodiversity Loss and the Emergence of Infectious Disease

  • At 16.00, Room 12 : Gordon, Larigauderie, Lonsdale, Stuart, Price

Securing global biodiversity: a human imperative for a sustainable planet

 

Tuesday 27 March 2012 - Day 2: Options and opportunities

Theme A: Meeting Global Needs

  • At 10.30, in ICC Auditorium : McKenzie, Coceres, Finegan, Baker, Robledo

Land-use change, ecosystem services and wellbeing: threats, conflicts, opportunities and the science-policy interface

  • At 10.30, room 10 : Williams, Jongman, Turner, Larigauderie, Walters

How international collaboration can strengthen biodiversity monitoring

  • At 12.30, room 11 : Lee, Killeen

Future Earth: research for global sustainability

  • At 14.00, room 4 : Luster, Baumann, Seidl, Tockner, Schirmer

Managing river corridors under the prospects of climate change: A challenge considering conflicting ecosystem services

  • At 14.00, room 7 : Lonsdale, Mace, Mooney, Larigauderie, Prieur-Richard

Biodiversity and ecosystem services science for a sustainable planet: Scientific priorities for the decade 2012-20 from the DIVERSITAS community

  • At 16.00, room 9 : Sullivan, Bhat, Harrison, Heda, Prieur-Richard

Conservation of freshwater ecosystems: towards sustainable management for future generations

  • At 16.00, room 10 : Perrings, Duraiappah, Larigauderie, Reyers, Andelman

Putting the concept of ecosystem services into practice: science, assessment and policy

 

Wednesday 28 March 2012 - Day 3: Challenges to progress

  • At 10.30, room 8 : Jackson, Brussaard, Bossio, Harttung

Reconciling food security, biodiversity and multiple ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes

  • At 12.30, room 12 : Wilson, Killeen

Announcement of the Belmont Forum International Opportunities Fund: freshwater security and coastal vulnerability

  • At 14.00, room 17 : Mace, Lonsdale, Mooney, Larigauderie, Prieur-Richard

Highlights from biodiversity and ecosystem services research: a DIVERSITAS perspective

  • At 16.00, room 16 : Ring, Krolopp, Santos, Schröter-Schlaack

Financial instruments for local biodiversity action: Thinking ecological fiscal transfers across scales

 

Key event on Day 3 : Wednesday 28 March at 12:30, room 1

  • Larigauderie, Duraiappah, Ash and Arico

Strengthening the use of science for policy: IPCC's lessons for  IPBES


Posters

  • In Session : Biodiversity Loss and the Emergence of Infectious Disease

Chia-yi Hou : EcoHealthNet: training the next generation of EcoHealth scientists

 

  • In Session : Conservation of freshwater ecosystems: towards sustainable management for future generations
  1. Anuradha Bhat : Diversity partitioning and conservation priorities in tropical river ecosystems
  2. Nilesh Heda : Linking conservation of wetland resources with livelihood generation: Case study from Central India

 

  • In Session : Land-use change, ecosystem services and wellbeing: Threats, conflicts and opportunities and the science-policy interface

Katrin Vohland : Mediating the science policy dialogue at different scales

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