Focal Ecosystems, Conceptual Models and Essential Biodiversity Variables
The first TAO Regional Workshop was held between May 17th – 20th. During this 4-day productive timespan, specialists, users, and producers of biodiversity data met in 8 different working sessions that allowed to deepen the knowledge regarding biodiversity data needs in our region to improve decision-making for conservation, applied to different sectors of society, such as ecotourism, gastronomy, industry, education, risk management, resource use by communities and international agreements. Thanks to all participants, the project will be able to move to its next stage, starting from data users’ needs in these sectors, bringing biodiversity information closer to the user and improving biodiversity management in different contexts of society.
Monday, May 17: Opening session of the Regional Workshop of the Tropical Andes Biodiversity Observatory
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Countries with the highest participation on Facebook (in that order): Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador.
Thursday, May 20: Closing of the Regional Workshop TAO 2021
Countries with the highest participation on Facebook (in that order): Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.
Lessons learned in terms of communications:
We are very grateful for the great support provided by all TAO Project partners to promote the events (opening and closing) through their social media.
From Conservación Amazónica – ACCA, we have greatly appreciated the participation of all speakers, panelists, and attendees at the Regional Workshop TAO 2021. We also like to express our sincere appreciation to all the partnering organizations that supported us with the dissemination of the opening and closing event of the TAO Workshop through their social media.
Highlights from the Tropical Andes Observatory (TAO) Workshop
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