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Space of Biodiversity Expertise

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Geographies of Knowledge annual lecture

In this talk, Esther explores a number of sites where biodiversity expertise is produced. These will include examples in the Netherlands and draw on her experiences as an expert and lead author for the Intergovernmental Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). Particular focus will be on two interrelated logics that are prominent in biodiversity expertise: that of policy relevance and that of assessment. Esther’s argument is that these two logics together prioritise model projections over other forms of expertise. The lecture concludes by discussing the scope for doing things differently and breaking through dominant logics.

This talk is part of the Geographies of Knowledge - Department of Geography series.

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