Review the Birds and Habitats Directives could have substantial implications for biodiversity conservation across Europe. Former SCB Europe Section President Martin Dieterich on why the review matters for nature conservation policy in the EU.
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Climate Scientists Ride and Run from the Poles to Paris
Scientists Erlend Moster Knudsen ran 2,500 km and Daniel Price cycled 10,000 km to Paris to attend COP 21 to raise awareness of climate change in the polar regions. In an interview with Tim Ward, they explain their jump from scientists to advocates.
Conservation Biology On Development and Biodiversity in China
The December issue of Conservation Biology features a special section on balancing conservation and development to preserve China's biodiversity plus papers on the online market for invasive plants, the extent of the global coral reef crisis, and more.
Four Mistakes Scientists Make When They Communicate
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Member Spotlight: Johan Van Der Ploeg
Johan Van Der Ploeg is an SCB member and works for WorldFish in the Solomon Islands. Johan previously worked for the Mabuwaya Foundation, an NGO specializing in the conservation of the critically endangered Philippine crocodile.