The Pollinator Deficit: Towards supply chain resilience in the face of pollinator decline – Business risk resource pack (archives.php)

The Pollinator Deficit: Towards supply chain resilience in the face of pollinator decline – Business risk resource pack

Business risk resource pack produced by the project team for the Collaborative Fund project Conserving wild pollinators and increasing food security by strengthening the sustainable management of company supply chains. This project was funded by the CCI Collaborative Fund. For more information about the project, please visit the project page.

Towards modelling functional connectivity at the global scale

Presentation by Andy Arnell and Konstantina Spiliopoulou at the Cambridge Conservation Forum symposium, regarding the CCI Collaborative Funded project ‘Protected Area connectivity: an assessment for Aichi target 11’  

Pollination risk in supply chains

A workshop was held with Mars as part of CCI Collaborative Funded Project ‘Conserving wild pollinators and increasing food security by strengthening the sustainable management of company supply chains’. A project aim is to catalyse private sector action to support the conservation of wild pollinator populations. The session worked to assess vulnerable commodities, identify knowledge…

Conservation of Atewa Forest in Ghana

Presentation by Jeremy Lindsell to:  8 October 2015: 60 delegates on a West Africa regional workshop for the Convention on Biological Diversity, Ghana;   9 October 2016: 40 masters students at St Joseph’s College, Bangalore; and  18 November 2016: c 12 representatives of private sector industry organised by IUCN Ghana who operate in the Atewa catchment.

Above the trees below the leaves

Presentation by Tom Swinfield to the RSPB Annual Science Meeting 2016. 

Seeing through the trees

A talk given by Tom Swinfield at the Autorestoration Workshop Forest Restoration Research Unit, in Thailand in October 2015.   

Presentation: The potential biodiversity cost of renewable energy

Introductory presentation on the potential problems large-scale renewable energy deployment may pose for biodiversity by Dr James Pearce-Higgins (Director of Science at the British Trust for Ornithology). This presentation was given to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) Energy Task Force meeting in South Africa in November 2016, and is…

Conference paper: Promoting avoidance for conservation gains

Biodiversity loss is occurring at an unprecedented rate, largely due to economic motivations for development. Current actions are failing to meet their targets, and new mechanisms are needed to avoid and manage impacts and the Mitigation Hierarchy is one such framework. As with any framework however, robust, practical guidance and a strong evidence base are…

Application of Persuasive Techniques in the design of mobile eHealth Systems

In this conference paper, entitled ‘Application of Persuasive Techniques in the design of mobile eHealth Systems’, the authors Anandhi Vivekanandan Dhukaram, Laurie Parma, Alex Kogan, examine the growing number of mobile applications which are being developed as Personalized eHealth systems to support user’s wellbeing, change attitudes and/ behaviour. Using the PSD Model (Oinas-Kukkonen and Harjumaa 2009)…