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The latest IPCC report and the 2018 IPBES report offer dire warning for human vitality, never mind the sixth mass extinction we are now entering. Exploring and better understanding the intersectionality of biodiversity, climate change and human health for improving local and regional planning and sustainable development is one of RRU’s research projects.

On November 24th, please join  Ann Dale Rob Newell , and  Leslie King  on this webinar to explore the topic and be part of the conversation.  Listen in to two of our leading researchers discuss this intersectionality and nature-based solutions for addressing these critical human imperatives. The researchers will also share insights from their work on how to develop frameworks and practical tools that local and regional government and practitioners can use to support efforts toward developing and foster sustainable and resilient communities.

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This webinar is part of a series hosted by the  School of Environment & Sustainability . The upcoming session will be on December and January: we will make sure to invite you if you register for this current webinar. 

If you have any questions about a program at 企鹅电竞查询v6.9 安卓版 University, contact an enrolment advisor  here  or at 1.877.778.6227.

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