Two new publications by CEBioS staff and partners
|Keywords||publications, biodiversity, indicators, One Health|
Members of the CEBioS staff have been involved in two new publications released this month.
The first one, titled “Developing policy-relevant biodiversity indicators: lessons learnt from case studies in Africa”, deals with the increasing need for monitoring schemes (indicators) to help understand the evolution of the global biodiversity crisis and propose solutions for the future.
The second one is entitled “The good, the bad and the ugly: framing debates on nature in a One Health community”. It tackles “One Health”, an open call for collaboration between the medical and veterinary spheres and those of environmental and social science.