Angham Daiyoub, forestry engineer and doctoral researcher. Image: CREAF.
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Adriana Clivillé

Angham Daiyoub and how to bring together forest, armed conflict, environmental justice and ecofeminism

The key words in Syrian-born researcher Angham Daiyoub’s speech are environmental justice, forest, biodiversity, women, armed conflict and conservation. Not necessarily in this order, but they are all there. And that is why a careful look is needed when talking to her, to avoid stereotypes and recurring questions. She is a PhD student at CREAF with a doctoral thesis on

Participants group at the IPBES 'Framework for Nature's Futures' meeting, South Africa. Photo IPBES.
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Angela Justamante

CREAF participates in an IPBES meeting to discuss future scenarios for nature

CREAF researcher Lluís Brotons participated in a meeting organised by the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) in South Africa. The conference focused on how to project, evaluate and protect the future of nature concerning three axes: nature as culture, as a service to society and as a value in itself.

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Anna Ramon

CREAF attends the Biodiversity Conference in Montreal, COP15

It will do so thanks to a CREAF delegation teamed up with Alícia Pérez-Porro, CREAF scientific coordinator, Lluís Brotons, CSIC researcher at CREAF, and CREAF researchers Sergi Herrando and Daniel Villero, all of them will be in Canada from 9 to 16 December.

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