Call for knowledge:
Energy policies' effects on biodiversity and ecosystem services
Call for knowledge and experiences:
How can we better integrate research and knowledge on biodiversity and ecosystem services from the global to the European level, and vice versa?
Call for Knowledge on restoration:
Is missing knowledge hampering the effectiveness of approaches that aim to restore biodiversity and ecosystem function and services?
  • Lynn Dicks, Chair of the EKLIPSE Methods Expert Group, comments on Mongabay’s Conservation Effectiveness series, citing the EKLIPSE methods guidance notes as a means to achieve higher methodological standards. Read more
  • EKLSIPSE capacity building event - Networking for the landscape: The potential of collaborative governance in addressing institutional misfit in the provision of ecosystem services”, took place on Monday April 16th. Read more here.
  • Do cities use science when planning for infrastructure projects? Do scientists share their knowledge with urban policy makers? The European Commission's EnRoute project is conducting a short online survey to investigate how scientists and policy makers interact in cities when planning and implementing projects. Click to start the survey.
  • Interplays of science, policy and society for planetary wellbeing: meaningful science communication and outreach on European scale. EKLIPSE and DBT Capacity building course on science communication in Jyväskylä, Finland on June 11th. Read more here.
  • Building the Capacity of EU early career researchers to operate effectively at the Science-Policy-Society interface. Applications are now open for this workshop to be held 17th to 20th June 2018, in Croatia. More information here.
  • Informed decision making for planetary wellbeing: the challenge of science-policy-society interfacing in the european context EKLIPSE symposium in ECCB 2018 University of Jyväskylä, Finland, 12th -15th of June 2018.
    More information here.