- Invitation to the sixth IPBES plenary (IPBES-6), 17-24 March 2018, Medellín, Colombia (7 Sep 2017)
- Call to support advance the inclusion of indigenous and local knowledge (ILK) in the IPBES Global Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (10 Oct 2017)
- IPBES launches ‘primers’ – short briefing documents on the IPBES assessments (11 Oct 2017)
- To the attention of the member states of IPBES: call for nominations for the Multidisciplinary Expert Panel, due 4 December 2017 (20 Oct 2017)
- Call for expressions of interest from professional organisations to coordinate the external element of the IPBES review (6 Nov 2017)
- Call for nominations for members of the IPBES review panel (7 Nov 2017)
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