IPBES Online dialogue on the nexus assessment

European hoopoe

The IPBES Secretariat is inviting stakeholders, including practitioners, to an online dialogue in the context of the second external review of the nexus assessment.

The online dialogue will be held twice, to suit different time zones:

  • 18 December 2023, 10:00 - 12:00 CET
  • 18 December 2023, 18:00 - 20:00 CET

Please note that you need to register as a reviewer to participate in the dialogues. The dialogue registration link will be made available by email after a successful registration as a reviewer.

>> Information on registering as a reviewer

>> For the online dialogue on the transformative change assessment, see here


For technical questions regarding the online dialogues, please contact the technical support unit on capacity-building (tsu.capacitybuilding[at]ipbes.miljodir.no).


Photo by Dieter Seibel (MrLebies) on Pixabay: Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops) in the Seichböhl of Nauheim, a protected landscape in Hessia, Germany. These birds like to breed for example in holes in walls, tree clefts, and knotholes. Old meadows with scattered fruit trees, like those in the Seichböhl, make for an excellent habitat. To learn more about these traditional orchards, see the news article on the review of the nexus assessment. The Eurasian hoopoe eats many insect pests and has long been noted by humans: hoopoes feature for example in Ancient Egyption and Minoan culture, the Vainakh religion, and the Quran, among other works. They are also noted as not kosher, meaning not to be eaten, in the Torah and the Bible.