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New book chapter: Implementing and Monitoring Global Biodiversity Targets and Sustainable Development Goals

Once again, Konstantina Spiliopoulou co-wrote a book chapter about Key Biodiversity Areas !

The chapter Implementing and Monitoring Global Biodiversity Targets and Sustainable Development Goals presents how are Key Biodiversity Areas used in Global Biodiversity targets and the Sustainable Development goals, and their future potential. This chapter is published in the book Key Biodiversity Areas, which is the 28th edition of the Nature and Conservation Book Series. In this edition, experts explore different applications or implications of Key Biodiversity Areas in the fight to stop the global loss of biodiversity.

You can have full access to the chapter here.

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Don’t just cover it up: Questions of effectiveness in relation to conservation targets

Even if the Inspire4Nature Consortium did not gather in Marseille, some fellows such as Konstantina Spiliopoulou still attended the IUCN Congress. She presented remotely an e-poster entitled Don’t just cover it up: Questions of effectiveness in relation to conservation targets in September 2021.

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track2KBA: an R package for the identification of important sites for biodiversity from tracking data

Fellow Martin Beal gave a talk entitled track2KBA: an R package for the identification of important sites for biodiversity from tracking data on 10 August 2021 at the 2021 American Ornithologists Society’s Annual Meeting (i.e. AOS & SCO – SOC Meeting 2021).

You can listen to him here ! His talk was part of the ‘Great R packages for Ornithologists’ session. Come and read more in Martin’s Twitter thread below.

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