Who is most affected by environmental injustices? How do these injustices manifest themselves? @luciane_lucas from our partners at @ces_uc, passionately seeks to address these questions…and find solutions for affected communities.
1st workshop in Brazil: lively discussions & high engagement around indigenous handicraft from the Brazilian Amazon./ O workshop em Brasília foi um sucesso com debates relevantes e grande envolvimento em torno do artesanato indígena da Amazonia brasileira: https://adelph.it/twhandicraftws
Next week, the #COP28 begins. In honour of the upcoming conference, we share a quote from
Zöe van Eldik. She is a researcher from our partners at @WUR. Zöe emphasises how BIOTraCes takes a political stance informed by scientific #research.
Transformative Change… 🌍
is the core of our project. How do we see this happening in #society? Roel During, from our @WUR coordinating team, explains his vision for achieving actionable changes. They are the basis of challenging the status quo to address #biodiversity loss.
After our #research and case studies have been completed…what comes next? This is an important consideration for our partners at @ces_uc. As Beatriz Caitana explains, the knowledge gained from BIOTraCes can be applied for other contexts.
How can individual and societal change positively impact #biodiversity? What would this change look like? Judith Westerink from our partners @WUR seeks to explore these questions. Read her perspective below.