BONUS ROSEMARIE active at the ESP 10 world conference

Members of the BONUS ROSEMARIE project carried out a session on systematic maps and reviews during the 10th Ecosystem Service Partnership conference in Hanover, Germany. The conference titled “10 years advancing ecosystem services science, policy and practice for a sustainable future” attracted more than 750 delegates from all over the world.

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The session organized by the BONUS ROSEMARIE consortium was hosted by Kristin Kuhn (left) pictured here in the lobby of the Hannover Congress Centre with Joanna Storie and Jennifer Trentlage. © Photo: Soile Oinonen (BONUS ROSEMARIE coordinator)

The session organized by early career scientists from the BONUS ROSEMARIE consortium was called “Systematic reviews: describing the state of knowledge and identifying gaps for science and decision making”. It gave to seven presenters from a wide range of backgrounds the opportunity to share their results of systematic reviews and to identify knowledge gaps in the evidence base. The session fostered a lively discussion on the role that systematic maps and reviews could play in decision making.

Ecosystem Services Partnership is a worldwide network to enhance the science, policy and practice of ecosystem services for conservation and sustainable development.

See session description here (pdf)

Published 2019-11-01 at 11:13, updated 2019-11-01 at 11:13

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