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Permeability of Protected Areas to Non-Native Species

Fellow Kathrin Holenstein presented a poster entitled Permeability of Protected Areas to Non-Native Species in September 2020 at Neobiota, the 11th International Conference on Biological Invasions, in Vodice, Croatia.

She analyzed non-native animal and plant data from a Norwegian biodiversity data base and showed that non-native species present surrounding protected areas influence the community of non-native species within them.

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Global Goals week presentation by Matt Ford

See Inspire4Nature fellow Matt Ford presenting his project which sets out to investigate a global biodiversity indicator via an  IUCNRedList reassessment of all European freshwater fishes!

You can watch below and on our Twitter account his video of his PhD research and how it will hopefully feed into countries making progress towards achieving international biodiversity targets.

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Global Goals week presentation by Ivon Cuadros

See Inspire4Nature fellow Ivon Cuadros explaining how her research will contribute to finding synergies between biodiversity conservation, and the achievement of other sustainable development goals !

You can watch below and on our Twitter account her video about Synergies between biodiversity conservation and achievement of other sustainable development goals.

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