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Events and Symposia

The CBC leverages the Museum’s reputation, location, and scientific expertise, while convening key actors from a diverse array of disciplines for interdisciplinary discussion and analysis of the latest issues in biodiversity research, conservation practice, and policy.

Lectures and Talks Mack Lipkin Man and Nature Series This series brings together leading conservation professionals for panel discussions on conservation action. Lectures and Talks Questions for a Resilient Future Series Diverse perspectives on humanity’s relationship with the world, shared by leading thinkers in the field of conservation.   2019 Indicator Gathering Exploration of indicators related to connections between people and place in Indigenous Peoples and local communities.   2018 Action Group on Knowledge Systems and Indicators of Wellbeing A collaboration for exploring the linkages between biological and cultural diversity.   2016 Evening Panel: System-wide Approaches to Primate Conservation Special public event featuring an evening of cocktails and conversation about primate conservation.   2015 GBIF Frontiers of Biodiversity Informatics and Modelling Species Distributions Special symposium on biodiversity informatics and species distribution modeling, organized in partnership with GBIF.   2013 Milstein Science Symposium The symposium brought together diverse stakeholders to present and analyze real-world resilience case studies.   2009 Exploring the Dynamic Relationship Between Health and the Environment Symposium spanning the natural, medical, and social sciences, looking at complex linkages between health and the environment.   2008 Sustaining Cultural and Biological Diversity in a Rapidly Changing World: Lessons for Global Policy The symposium brought together diverse stakeholders to address challenges for sustaining biological and cultural diversity.   1997-2007 Archive Get a synopsis or PDF download of events and symposia that occurred from 1997–2007.