First meeting: 26.02.-01.03.2024
Our ability to restore vast swaths of degraded lands hinges on our ability to understand how multiple facets of biodiversity emerge in restored ecosystems. However, our current understanding of restoration outcomes is primarily based on taxonomic diversity. Understanding how taxonomic, functional, and phylogenetic diversity shape and are shaped by restoration efforts is crucial for upholding the promise of ecological restoration as a key solution for reestablishing biodiversity and associated ecosystem functions and services to degraded ecosystems.
In person participants:
Second meeting: 10.-14.06.2024