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Thursday, September 29 • 10:50am - 11:50am
(REF 29264) The key for a successful UN’s Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework - standards for measuring biodiversity with molecular tools.Session 4: How and why this matters- convened by SYKE.

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This session explores the larger consequences of accurate molecular biodiversity assessments.
10h50: Eeva Furman , Finland's Prime Minister’s office, Member of the Independent Group of Scientists who prepared the UN Global Sustainable Development report, Title: Upscaling biodiversity identification – why does it matter to transformative change to biodiversity? 15min + 5min Q&A
11h10: Julia Oliva,  Claire Brown , UNEP, 15min + 5min Q&A
11h30: Marine Robuchon, European Commission, Gregoire Dubois, Arwyn JONES, Teresa LETTIERI and  Ana Cristina CARDOSO Joint Research Centre, EU commission Knowledge Centre for Biodiversity, 15min + 5min Q&A  

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Eeva Furman

secretary general, Prime Minister's office
I work at the Finnish Government at the General Secretariat of the Commission for sustainable development. I started here only few weeks ago. I have a long carreer as a researcher: population biology, science-policy, transdisciplinariity, biodiversity goverance, sustainable development... Read More →

Maria Julia Oliva

Head of Policy, UNEP-WCMC
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Scientific project officer, European Commission
I am an interdisciplinary conservation scientist working both as a researcher and a science-policy interfacer in the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (Ispra, Italy). As a researcher, I have a background in ecology, evolution and conservation biology. Between 2009 and 2019, I focused on the investigation of biodiversity patterns and the processes that shape them to guide conservation strategies. I have... Read More →

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Tiina Laamanen

Researcher, Finnish Environment Institute
My field of special interest is developing eDNA & other molecular monitoring methods. You can read our publication "Roadmap for implementing environmental DNA (eDNA) and other molecular monitoring methods in Finland – Vision and action plan for 2022–2025" here: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/342992In... Read More →
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Veera Norros

Senior Research Scientist, Finnish Environment Institute (Syke)
I am interested in biodiversity - its different dimensions (e.g. taxonomic, functional and genetic diversity), spatial and temporal patterns, and consequences for ecosystem functioning. I am also interested in new ways of collecting, distributing and utilizing biodiversity data and... Read More →

Thursday September 29, 2022 10:50am - 11:50am EDT
  Biodiversity / Environment, Biodiversity