NatureServe is pleased to announce we are hosting Core Methodology Training (CMT) virtually in February 2023. Core Methodology Training is a hands-on introduction to standards, methods, and tools that are "core" to the success of the NatureServe Network.
The NatureServe Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2022 Conference “Coming Together for Conservation” will be held on March 22-24, 2022 in Pittsburgh, PA. This conference is a must-attend for biodiversity & conservation scientists and other professionals who strive to ensure our shared lands and waters are thriving now and in the future.
NatureServe is pleased to announce we are hosting Core Methodology Training (CMT), virtually, this fall. The dates are November 1st, 3rd, 4th, and 8th from 1-5 pm Eastern. Registration for this CMT is now closed; to check if space is available in January, please email Allison_Gratz@natureserve.org.
Chief Scientist Dr. Healy Hamilton presented at the Esri Science Symposium, sharing stories from around the globe on why biodiversity is important and how spatial tools, including those developed by NatureServe, are essential for conservation.
This conference is a must-attend for biodiversity & conservation scientists and other professionals who strive to ensure our shared lands and waters are thriving now and in the future. Learn more about the new developments in our efforts to make it possible—and easy—for people to use accurate, current scientific information as the basis for conservation decisions and actions.
EcoHealth Alliance y NatureServe, en colaboración con la Red de Observaciones de Biodiversidad de las Américas (Américas-BON), GEO BON, y la Comisión de Gestión de Ecosistemas de IUCN, y el Equipo de Trabajo de Salud Humana y Manejo Ecosistémico, se complacen en anunciar una edición especial del Pulso del Planeta.
Achieving information integration in any field of science requires understanding the flow of data between production and use, and then engineering one or more solutions from the principles of information computer science and the available technologies. It also entails social engineering to ensure acceptance and sustain implementation.
With biodiversity loss accelerating, we must find ways to better mainstream biodiversity into development decisions and conservation actions. Underpinning this is the need to produce relevant and trustworthy information on biodiversity status and trends and the mechanisms driving these trends.
Biodiversity and ecosystems provide a wide range of contributions to health and well-being; however, these benefits are not routinely considered in health and development decision-making processes. Encouragingly, there are ample opportunities for collaboration between conservation and health communities to tackle shared drivers of biodiversity loss, ecosystem degradation, and ill health.