Event: First Latin America and Caribbean Congress for Conservation Biology

Latin America and Caribbean Congress for Conservation Biology
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The inaugural Latin America and Caribbean Congress for Conservation Biology will be held in Trinidad and Tobago, July 25 to 27, 2018:

The Latin America and Caribbean Section (LACA) of the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) is proud to join the University of the West Indies to host the inaugural Latin America and Caribbean Congress for Conservation Biology (LACCCB 2018) in Trinidad and Tobago.

SCB is the world’s largest community of conservation professionals dedicated to the science and practice of conserving Earth’s biological diversity. The meeting will bring together communities of conservation professionals to address conservation challenges and present new findings, initiatives, methods, tools and opportunities for collaboration in conservation science and practice. Scientists, students, managers, decision-makers, writers, and other conservation professionals are invited to participate in this event.

For more information about the extremely rich programme of activities, which includes workshops, symposia, poster sessions, and plenary talks by three distinguished speakers (Dr. Diva Amon, Dr. Howard Nelson, and Professor Gerardo Ceballos), see the Congress website, Facebook page and Twitter feed.

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