IFAD Biodiversity Knowledge Platform IFADBiodiversityKnowledge@ifad.dgroups.io

Welcome to the IFAD Biodiversity Knowledge Platform!

The Biodiversity Knowledge Platform (BDKP) is a one-stop shop providing basic information, training materials, documents and global news on the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, and nature-based solutions.

To communicate and exchange knowledge on biodiversity and sustainable use in rural systems, and increase the capacities of IFAD technical and operational staff.

Who can join?

All IFAD staff and consultants, and project staff in IFAD-funded projects are welcome to join this platform. These audiences include:

  •        people who have an interest in biodiversity and wish learn more about its protection, sustainable use and management.
  •        people who are interested to learn more about how to integrate biodiversity and nature-based solutions into their work. 

Subscribe to the Biodiversity Knowledge Platform

What will you gain by subscribing to the BDKP?

  •         Access to information on the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, and nature-based solutions as it relates to IFAD’s work
  •      Access to the latest news on biodiversity and nature-based solutions
  •     Opportunities for networking and collaboration with like-minded peers through shared experiences and mutual learning;

Register here or sign in if you are already a member. Write to BD-Team@ifad.org if you need support!

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