Species Distribution Models (SDMs) play a critical role in biodiversity, conservation, and understanding the potential impacts to ecosystems under changing climate conditions. SDMs contextualize future scenarios based on known or projected ecological parameters and are the cornerstone for adaptive management planning around short- and long-term changes to complex landscapes.
Access to land is a critical factor for economic growth and poverty reduction. For government, industry, and citizens to be able to use this asset effectively and to minimize land conflicts, it is important to have access to reliable land and property records.
In most countries, land inequality is growing. Worse, new measures and analysis published by the International Land Coalition show that land inequality is significantly higher than previously reported.
AGRIS is one of the most comprehensive databases in food and agricultural scientific literature, providing free access to millions of bibliographic records in 90 different languages.
This online event will outline how AGRIS promotes the knowledge sharing essential for agricultural innovation and the sustainable transformation of global agricultural and food systems.
Knowledge management and learning is at the heart of the LAND-at-scale program. For this reason, RVO is excited to announce a partnership with LANDac and the International Land Coalition for the implementation of an integrated knowledge management component as part of the program.
Indigenous Peoples globally have high exposure to environmental change and are often considered an ‘‘at-risk’’ population, although there is growing evidence of their resilience. Ample research illustrates that Indigenous Peoples are actively observing and adapting to change in a diversity of ways.
Os Povos Indígenas a nível mundial têm uma elevada exposição às mudanças climáticas e são frequentemente considerados uma população "em risco", embora haja provas crescentes da sua resiliência. Uma ampla investigação ilustra que os Povos Indígenas estão observando e se adaptando ativamente à mudança de diversas maneiras.
Les peuples autochtones du monde entier sont fortement exposés aux changements environnementaux et sont souvent considérés comme une population «à risque», bien qu’il y ait de plus en plus de preuves de leur résilience.
Evento con traducción simultánea al español y francés.
17 de junio
15:00 horas Roma, 08:00 horas Bogotá