The 27th edition of the UN Climate Change Conference will take place from November 6-18, 2022. Carolina Adler, Executive Director of the Mountain Research Initiative (MRI), CDE scientist, and one of the lead authors of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report will be present in Sharm el-Sheikh. She points out the importance of the conference for mountain regions and says: “I hope that the momentum isn’t lost!”

 The Jury of the Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity led by Dr. Angela Merkel, selected the IPCC and IPBES out of 116 nominations from 41 countries, in recognition of “…the role of science on the front line of tackling climate change and the loss of biodiversity.”

The World Network Mountain Biosphere Reserves (WNMBR) launches new website, advancing its effort to unite mountain communities to conserve biodiversity, generate knowledge, and promote sustainable development.

New Conéctate A+ review focuses on identifying the scientific evidence on the management of terrestrial ecosystems by women in the Andean region, and the most important knowledge gaps.

Outcomes of the 6th Global Meeting of the Mountain Partnership.

New policy brief sets the tone for tackling plastic pollution during the International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development.

Researchers from ETH Zurich are studying how alpine vegetation is responding to a warming climate – and how some plant communities are continuing to stand firm against newcomers from lower elevations.

IPBES Values Assessment finds more than 50 methods and approaches exist to make the diverse values of nature visible.

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