Biodiversity Without Boundaries
What happens at “BWB” certainly does not stay at BWB! One of the conference’s most valuable features is that the information and ideas shared are actively applied in the field, the office, and the board room, well beyond the event itself.
Browse presentations and highlights from these past events:
Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2010
Held April 26–28, 2010, in Austin, Texas
The United Nations declared 2010 the International Year of Biodiversity in order to “showcase the contribution of research to the understanding of biodiversity and to policies and management practices that help to stop its loss.” Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2010 brought together conservation leaders, thinkers, and practitioners from across political and organizational boundaries for a stimulating conference that showcased the same.
Southeast Natural Heritage Conference
Held April 29–30, 2010, in Austin, Texas
NatureServe Conservation Conference 2009
Held April 22–24, 2009, in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Northeast Natural Heritage Conference
Held April 20–21, 2009, in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Latin America & Caribbean Conservation Conference
Held August 25–27, 2008, in Panamá City, Panamá
NatureServe’s Latin America and the Caribbean Network—the Regional Alliance for Information About Threatened Biodiversity (ARRIBA)—and the Asociación Nacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza (ANCON) organized a Latin America & Caribbean Conservation Conference where members from the ARRIBA network came together for discussion, planning, training, and professional networking related to conservation of threatened biodiversity in Latin America and the Caribbean.
West Region Natural Heritage Conference
Held April 15–17, 2008, in Lake Tahoe, California
NatureServe Conservation Conference 2007
Held October 2007, in Golden, Colorado
Discovery, Innovation, Action
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