Climate Change and Connectivity Conservation
ECO-IEST: Global climate change poses an immense challenge for conservation biologists seeking to mitigate impacts to species and ecosystems. 

Species persistence will depend on geographic range shifts or adaptation in response to warming patterns as novel climates and community assemblages arise.

increasing ‘connectivity’ has emerged as the most favoured option for conservation in the face of climate change and can be co-incidentally improved by targeting more concrete metrics: habitat area and habitat quality.

ECO-IEST is organising International WEBinar on EARTH DAY on 21, 22 and 23 of April 2020 and in this occasion Mr. Marcelo Gonçalves de Lima Research Fellow- Center for Large Landscape Conservation Cambridge from UK is supposed to speak on this issue.
The Webinar is FREE, and Participants can login as GUEST and you can join the webinar at: