In the context of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, the FAO-led
Task Force on Best Practices
partnered with the IUCN´s Commission on Ecosystem Management and the
Society for Ecological
Restoration to jointly develop *nine principles for ecosystem
restoration*. The HERMOSA-team is
part of this Task Force.
*They are now soliciting feedback from the global restoration community
on the proposed
principles*. Help them and all of us by taking the *global survey*
below, which will remain open
until 19 July, 2021.
The final principles and descriptions will be released in early
September, in time for presentation
at the IUCN World Conservation Congress and the UN Convention on
Biological Diversity Conference
of the Parties meeting.
You are kindly invited to follow this link to complete the survey:
Please encourage others across your networks to fill it out too!
today I stumbled across https://ebioatlas.org/ where DNA is sampled to
find out about biodiversity distribution. I am wondering two things:
1. How could a bridge between this kind of data and ecosystem
restoration be established?
2. How could HERMOSA users benefit from such data?