The message from yesterday is basically the same; it is uphill with very little substantial progress. Whenever the term “stakeholder” shows up, it is put in square brackets (for those of you unfamiliar with the process it means that it is something that is not agreed upon and that needs to be resolved later).
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After a relatively short day yesterday, today everyone again bunkered in enormous windowless Plenary rooms named Maximus, little suspecting we would still be there 13 hours later.
The SCB delegation at IPBES-2 in Antalya, Turkey seized an opening to speak at the first-day plenary to voice concern over limited funding for stakeholder involvement in the Platform.
What is a stakeholder, really? SCB's delegation at the Second Plenary Meeting of IPBES (IPBES-2) in Antalya, Turkey on the role of stakeholders in IPBES.