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Voices from BECC regarding COP15
Published 7 December 2022
BECC researchers are active in media during COP15. Join us in the conversation!
As a research environment focused on biodiversity and ecosystem services in a changing climate, COP15 in Montreal and the Convention on Biological Diversity is of utmost important for us. Many of our researchers are engaged in what is happening across the sea. Some of their voices has been heard in media and we have gathered them here.
Professor Henrik Smith
Henrik Smith is a professor of Animal Ecology and the coordinator of BECC.
Ahead of COP 15
Henrik Smith was interviewed in Swedish radio several times ahead of COP15:
Live talk before the UN conference on biological diversity, COP 15. Ola Olsson, researcher in biodiversity, answered the viewers' questions on December 5th. You can watch the recording at the link below (in Swedish)
Alexandre Antonelli is Kew Gardens’ director of science, and a professor at the department of Biological and environmental sciences at the University of Gothenburg. He is also a member of BECC. Alexandre released his book The Hidden Universe - Adventures in Biodiversity earlier this year. He is often interviewed on questions regarding biodiversity. For example: