SCB was well represented at the IPBES-3 Plenary session in Bonn, Germany. IPBES committee member Carolyn Lundquist recaps the impact of SCB and the meeting outcomes, from the stakeholders days to the plenary sessions.
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The Society for Conservation Biology is a significant force helping to coordinate and strengthen the work of scientific organisations and other stakeholders at a critical international negotiation.
In a Q&A with SCB, University of Maryland Associate Professor of Biology Karen Lips discusses the wildlife disease Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, its deadly impact on salamanders in Europe and steps that can be taken to help prevent its transmission to salamanders in the United States.
Leela Hazzah, a winner of the Africa Section's Young Women in Conservation Biology Award, is a finalist for a 2014 CNN Hero Award for her work on lion conservation in Kenya and Tanzania.
For the first time in its 28-year history, Conservation Biology, the flagship journal of the Society for Conservation Biology and the leading journal in its field, has moved to a double-blind peer review.