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EU research contributing to work of UN biodiversity body

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Report finds 691 publications from EU-funded projects were cited by global organisation

EU research is contributing to the work of the UN biodiversity body working to improve the interface between science and policy, according to a new report.

The European Commission assessed the impact of EU-funded research on the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, which was set up by the UN in 2012. Reports by the IPBES present policymakers with the scientific consensus on biodiversity and ecosystem services.

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