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Julia Carabias in conversation with Mauricio Diazgranados

The health of the planet and the reduction in biodiversity

Querétaro 2020, 
Julia Carabias is a Mexican biologist and researcher at the Faculty of Science at la UNAM. She was chair of the National Ecology Institute, Secretary of the Environment, Natural Resources and Fisheries (1994-2000), and has been part of several UN environmental committees. In 2017 she won the Belisario Domínguez Medal and the 23rd Ecology and Environment Prize, and in 2019 an honorary doctorate by the UNAM. She is a member of National College. The speech she gave on entering the National College, on sustainability, social welfare and the conservation of cultural heritage in Mexico, was published as a book in 2019. She will talk to the Biology Doctor Mauricio Diazgranados Cadelo, leading researcher in the field of biodiversity and sustainability at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Simultaneous translation from Spanish to English available