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On day four of IPBES, a selection of heads of stakeholder delegations were given an audience with the EU to discuss our view on the dependence of the success of IPBES on full and effective participation by stakeholders, both as advocates and users of information provided by the platform, and as providers of knowledge required by IPBES to do its work.
Delegates are exhausted from three days of intense meetings and negotiations at IPBES in Bonn, Germany. Much has been accomplished, but a great deal of work lies ahead. The IPBES Bureau has been established, but there is meticulous, tiresome discussion on the structuring of the MEP. On day three, SCB's IPBES delegation and other stakeholders ponder the age-old question: "To speak or not to speak?"
On day two of IPBES, SCB's delegation worked with other stakeholders on Roles of Procedure for the Platform to ensure stakeholders play a larger role in the work of IPBES.
It’s day one of the IPBES plenary and delegates from more than 100 countries are meeting to discuss how governments, scientists and “others” interact to jointly resolve Earth’s environmental problems. SCB IPBES delegate Guy Pe'er, recounts the day's events and examines an important observation on how IPBES might deal with natural disasters.