Changing the Conversation and Nature Canada just led the final e-Dialogue from our 4-part Biodiversity Conversation series. Over the last 8 months, over 20 female researchers, practitioners, and civil society leaders from Women for Nature explored local to global actions and strategies for biodiversity conservation. During the final conversation, panelists were asked to address recommendations from the previous three to develop more concrete on-the-ground actions. Now that the series has come to a close, Professor Ann Dale will be drafting an action agenda for Canadian decision-makers summarizing the recommendations for biodiversity conservation in Canada. Imagine if we design with biodiversity in mind, the possibilities that would open up.
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Word Cloud from 4th Biodiversity Conversation Transcript