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Recent advancements in global biodiversity scenarios

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Are we currently on a path to meet the Convention on Biological Diversity 2020 “Aichi” Targets? What socio-economic and conservation policies would be needed to achieve them? These are two important questions that the forthcoming Global Biodiversity Outlook 4 is aiming to address. In this talk I will synthesize the key findings of recent and on-going studies on global biodiversity scenarios that are reviewed in GBO4 , including my own work on projecting global biodiversity indicators. I will also highlight recent advancements in ecological models applied to global biodiversity scenarios and discuss the key differences between models and the challenges ahead in making these models more robust and informative.

This talk is part of the Ecology Lunchtime Series series.

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