04.01.2021 | TOP NEWS, iDiv

"The Global Biodiversity Agenda and the European Biodiversity Strategy: Opportunities and Challenges for Central Germany"

The Leipzig floodplain forest has been cut off from its natural water supply for over 80 years. The increasing drought caused by global warming is gradually causing the ecosystem to collapse. The state of Saxony is now planning a large-scale revitalisation. (Picture: André Künzelmann/UFZ)

The Leipzig floodplain forest has been cut off from its natural water supply for over 80 years. The increasing drought caused by global warming is gradually causing the ecosystem to collapse. The state of Saxony is now planning a large-scale revitalisation. (Picture: André Künzelmann/UFZ)

iDiv-Forum 2021 (video conference), Monday, 11 January, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

With the Ministers of the Environment of Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Saxony, Prof. Dr. Claudia Dalbert, Anja Siegesmund and Wolfram Günther, as well as the President of the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation Prof. Dr. Beate Jessel and several iDiv scientists.

Programme (in German)

 

Contact:

Dr Andrea Perino
Science-Policy Coordination
German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig
Phone: +49 341 9733184
Email: andrea.perino@idiv.de

 

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