Join the Climate Science Alliance and partners for the State of Biodiversity symposium at the San Diego Natural History Museum on Wednesday February 6, 2019.
After the State of the Union, State of the State, and State of the City addresses, the State of Biodiversity Symposium will convene national and regional scientists and conservationists to discuss the latest science, emerging threats, and management success stories in the world of conservation. Now in its second year, this event is for the general public, conservation practitioners, and scientists to explore the status of regional conservation and biodiversity research efforts.
The Climate Science Alliance (Alliance) is honored to speak alongside our partners from San Diego State University, the US Fish and Wildlife service, and Terra Peninsular in Baja. See the full agenda here.
The State of Biodiversity is an all-day event on Wednesday February 6, 2019. Don’t miss out, register here today: www.sdnhm.org/science/2019-state-of-biodiversity/
The State of Biodiversity will culminate in an evening Nat Talk on Tuesday, February 12 that will further explore the themes of the daytime symposium. Register here: https://www.sdnhm.org/calendar/public-programs/nattalks-and-films/#none