Presentation: behind-the-scenes at Inspire4Nature, by Pauline Roger

Pauline Roger gave a presentation of the her role as European Project Manager of Inspire4Nature to the MAD team, at our host lab the Centre d’Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive, in Montpellier, France. Aimed at an audience of researchers, her presentation covered the whole project cycle, from building the consortium, to implementation, to reporting. A behind-the-scenes perspective of the many facets of managing a large international consortium!


New article: Effectiveness of protected areas in conserving tropical forest birds

New article shows protected areas are contributing significantly to the conservation of rare & threatened birds across tropical biodiversity hotspots. Led by Victor Cazalis (University of Montpellier), the study was co-authored by former Inspire4Nature fellow Joseph Kelly and by Inspire4Nature senior scientists Stu Butchart and Ana Rodrigues.
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Extraordinary Inspire4Nature Supervisory Board Meeting

Inspire4Nature’s Supervisory Board held an extraordinary remote meeting on the 20th April 2020 to discuss the effects of the ongoing covid19 pandemic on the project.

The Supervisory Board is the decision-making body governing the Inspire4Nature Consortium, responsible for the overall management and monitoring of the project. It is composed of one member of each participant organisation, as well as two representatives of the fellows as observers. This extraordinary meeting was convened to discuss how the ongoing covid19 epidemic is affecting the project, including effects on the fellows’ individual training programme and consequences for the project-wide training programme.