BioAgora celebrates World Water Day!
Water gives life to our planet’s biodiversity. This is why, BioAgora joins celebrations of the international World Water Day and supports global commitments for a more sustainable use, consumption, and management of water so we ensure a thriving biodiversity in Europe and beyond 🌿🦋Read More
BioAgora celebrates World Wildlife Day!
Our planet’s biodiversity is at risk, which is why BioAgora focuses on improving the state of ecosystems by connecting scientific research with the needs of policymakers. BioAgora works for a better future, in which decision-makers have easy access to biodiversity knowledge and research so as to create science-based legislation. BioAgora celebrates World Wildlife Day and…Read More
BioAgora celebrates World Wetlands Day 2023!
BioAgora celebrates the international World Wetlands Day and acknowledges the importance of wetlands for the health of all ecosystems. Wetlands are of great importance for both nature and society as they provide water and filter it, protect from storms and floods, sustain biodiversity, improve livelihoods and even store carbon! The theme of of this year’s World Wetlands…Read More
BioAgora welcomes the signing of a historic biodiversity agreement at COP15
Chaired by China and hosted by Canada, the 2022 United Nations Biodiversity Conference (COP15) marked a momentous event for biodiversity protection. In December 2022, Nations from around the globe part of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) gathered in Montreal to discuss the future of Earth’s natural capital in light of its rapid degradation…Read More
Event summary: Bridging the science-policy divide in ecosystem restoration
The hybrid event titled “Supporting EU’s biodiversity targets by bridging the science-policy divide” was organised under the umbrella of the European Parliament Intergroup on ‘Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development’ in collaboration with the European Geosciences Union (EGU). It took place at the European Parliament in Brussels and was streamed for an online audience as…Read More