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The Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment launches a mountain biodiversity and human wellbeing survey

The Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment (GMBA), a platform for international and cross-disciplinary collaboration on the assessment, conservation, and sustainable use of mountain biodiversity, is carrying out a first assessment of the state of, trends in, and relations between biodiversity, ecosystem services, human wellbeing, and direct drivers in the world’s mountains.

This survey is part of a project, entitled “Toward biodiversity-related opportunities for sustainable development – a global social-ecological mountain comparison” launched in January 2018. For this global assessment, analyses will be performed at the level of mountain ranges or sub-ranges.

To take part in the survey and share your knowledge about the mountain social-ecological system(s) you are working on, click here.
The questionnaire includes both questions from natural and social sciences, that may go beyond your field of expertise. It is available in English, French and Spanish and takes roughly 40 minutes.

The deadline to respond to the mountain assessment is 31 May 2018

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8 May 2018

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