Using spatial data to support the development of national policies in the post-2020 global biodiversity framework

Are you interested in learning about how 6NR data can inform the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework? In this webinar, the past, current and future CBD COP Presidents – Mexico, Egypt, and China – explored how they are using spatial data from their national reporting process to develop future national policies on nature.

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 Languages: English
 Date Conducted: 9 July 2019
 Video Length: 1:41:50
 Course Type: Stand-alone Webinars

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Aida Tabelinova

Good afternoon, Victoria!
My name is Aida. I am from Kazakhstan. I work in the Kazakhstan branch of Moscow State University as a teacher in mapping and GIS, and take part in environmental projects. It would be interesting for me to send a course on the use of remote sensing in the development of national biodiversity policy.
How I can connect to this course?

Viktoriia Brezheniuk

Hello Aida, thank you for checking, and apologies for the delayed response. Might you be interested in this micro-course: https://www.learningfornature.org/en/courses/using-spatial-data-for-biodiversity/? If you have any questions about the course, might be able to support!