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UN Biodiversity Lab Seminar


The NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET) program is organising an introductory webinar on the use of the UN Biodiversity Lab in support of national conservation and sustainable development goals.

The training will teach participants about the use of remote sensing for global biodiversity goals, specifically through the UN Biodiversity Lab. The UN Biodiversity Lab is an online platform where policymakers and other stakeholders can find global data layers, upload national datasets and analyse such data sets to increase information for the CBD’s biodiversity targets and nature-related Sustainable Development Goals. It is currently in use by over 50 countries and provides high potential to be scaled up to new countries and stakeholders. The aim of the training is therefore to extend the influence of this tool and increase its use and success.

The training is aimed at national policy makers that work on conservation and sustainable development commitments to the CBD, UNFCCC and 2030 Agenda. It consists of three 1,5-hour sessions in English, French and Spanish on 24 March, 31 March and 7 April. The training is free of charge.

For more information and registration, please visit this page.