A 5.3 metre moving artwork Econario will provide a daily forecast each day – a ‘biodiversity thermometer’ reacting to decisions taken at this major summit – flourishing or wilting in response to impact on biodiversity outcomes

·         The Natural History Museum’s scientific delegation will be advocating for better biodiversity data and metrics to accompany key commitments in order to properly track progress

·         The Museum’s world-leading biodiversity researchers Prof Andy Purvis and Dr Adriana De Palma, Museum Director Dr Doug Gurr and Director of Policy Emma Woods, together with artist Thijs Biersteker, will be taking part in events (and will be available for interviews)

·         The news section of the Museum’s website will host a live blog, reporting on the key developments from COP15 as they happen with additional deep dives into some of the big issues 

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