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Migratory Species Conservation and Achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Migratory species are living threads that connect ecosystems, countries and cultures. Their conservation can support the implementation of biodiversity-related international treaties such as the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) and the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This will be a guest lecture for the ENV 194 Introduction to Sustainability course, but the whole AUS community is welcome to attend. We will finish with a question and answer discussion period.
Speaker: Lyle Glowka is the Executive Coordinator of the Convention on Migratory Species Office–Abu Dhabi and the former Senior Legal Advisor to the Convention on Biological Diversity. A biologist and international environmental lawyer, Glowka has been providing legal and policy advice on biodiversity-related issues to governments, intergovernmental organizations and NGOs for almost 25 years.
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