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Tuesday, September 27
 

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(REF 27190) Navigating complexity, uncertainty, and ambiguity: new forms of science-policy interface. OnlineNicole Arbour • Catharina Any Sulistyowati • Piotr Magnuszewski • Reinhold Mangundu • Josie Chambers • Gloria Benedikt • Bartek Naprawa • Ramin Sedehi (REF 27182) The SDGs in the the Andean region. Biodiversity of the high plateaus. Opportunities for sustainable production and living. OnlineLiliana Bergesio • Bibiana Vilá • Catherine Sahley • Manuel Prieto • Natividad González • Yanina Arzamendia • Veronica Rojo (REF 27201) Knowing and protecting life on earth starts with Natural History and Science Innovation OnlineSea McKeon • Dr. Nalini M. Nadkarni • Dr. Ursula Valdez • Darren Naish • Dr. Tom Fleischner • Dr. Ni Kadek Dita Cahyani • Michele Weber (REF 26162) Part 2 - Project Entities / Agencies: A call for high-quality, harmonized, reliable, and comparable climate-related data with standardized guidance to boost investor confidence and generate financial... OnlineFadeke Ayoola • Thandie Bubala Hamaimbo • Mercy Kimani • Jesse Nyokabi (REF 27211) The Measure that Matters: How Universities and Industry Can Collaborate at Pace to Solve Global Problems and Improve the Human Condition OnlineAnthony Boccanfuso • Dafydd Owen • Aled Edwards • Malcolm Skingle • Ramin Sedehi (REF 27209) Decolonizing Science and Moving to Inclusive Science HybridThilina Heenatigala • Tana Joseph (REF 27208) Sustainable strengthening and safe use of marine and freshwater resources to increase food security in developing countries HybridNarcisa Bandarra • Ana Roque • Cristobal Chaidez • Carla Pires • Pedro Pousão-Ferreira • Carolina Mendes Costa • Leila Hayashi • Maria Célia Portella • Carmen Santos • João Cardoso • Rui Rocha • Solomon Benor • João Cotrim de Figueiredo • Margarida Saavedra (REF 26167) PART 2 - The Digital Transition for Healthcare – Stay Left, Shift Left – 10X - A paradigm, policy, platform and prescription for wellness and better health - Convened by Health Services Executive... HybridMarc Alexander • Liz Ashall-Payne • George Crooks • Martin Curley • Dave Deangelis • Romita Ghosh • CAROLYN GULLERY • Ann Mond Johnson • Richard Jones • Yoona Kim • Declan Kirrane • Charles Larkin • Eeva Leinonen • Matthew Mullarkey • Brian O'Connor • Sarah Jane O'Dwyer • Rajat Piri • Setiaji Setiaji • John Sheehan • Ghada Trotabas • Peter Weimersheimer • Richard Wyatt-Haines (REF 27064) Argentina: National strategies for Biodiversity study, conservation and restoration. OnlineLucas Garibaldi • Lucia Rodríguez Planes • Gerardo Robledo • Valeria Bauni • Alejandro Giraudo • Alejandro Sosa • Ignacio Gasparri • Claudio Bertonatti • Lucas Garibaldi • Emanuel Grassi • María Florencia Restelli • Erik Ruuth

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