The DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) is launching a call for scholarship applications at the University of Abomey-Calavi, International Chair in Mathematical Physics and Applications in Benin.
The EVAMAB research team is preparing a manual to address the assessment of ecosystem services in African Biosphere Reserves (BR). It intends to primarily reach the managers and administrators but also decision makers of African BR.
Luc Janssens de Bisthoven (CEBioS coordinator) will be speaking at the Capacity Development Hub of the IUCN World Conservation Congress, on Saturday 4 September (11:30 – 12:15).
A new publication in the framework of CEBioS has just been published: “Stakeholder Analysis on Ecosystem Services of Lake Manyara Sub-basin (Tanzania): How to Overcome Confounding Factors”.
The publication, titled “Using self–organizing maps and machine learning models to assess mollusc community structure in relation to physicochemical variables in a West Africa river–estuary system”, is now available online.
An article was published in The Conversation about the EVAMAB project, explaining its creation, the biosphere reserves it covers, its outcomes and its participatory approach to accommodate the specific demands of each region.
The news site Matin Libre (Benin) has devoted an article to a UAC (Université d’Abomey-Calavi) project, in partnership with CEBioS.
Bert De Somviele (BOS+ director) wrote an opinion piece for VRT News about the COVID-19 pandemic and our planet’s resilience. This article was co-signed by Luc Janssens de Bisthoven (CEBioS coordinator), among others.