The 3rd Global Soil Biodiversity Conference to be held in Dublin (Ireland) in 2023 will expand on previous GSBI conferences and convene the world’s leading experts in this interdisciplinary field of soil biodiversity science to present and discuss recent advances addressing the urgency of meeting global challenges which link to human, animal and plant health and a more sustainable world. The conference will be the top meeting for all scientists, technologists, experimentalists and modellers, students and practitioners working on any aspects of soil biodiversity science and its linkages to the functioning of our global biosphere. The conference will provide the latest updates on soil biodiversity research and knowledge for scientists, policy makers, regulators, environmental agencies, conservationists, land user managers and other stakeholders in the sustainable use and conservation of soil biodiversity.
The historic Round Room at the Mansion House on Dawson Street in Dublin will be the venue for our Gala Dinner on Tuesday the 14th March at 7.30pm
The Gala Dinner will be a great opportunity for you to join the soil biodiversity community getting together, to network and socialise with your peers, and relax after a busy day of conference proceedings. The Gala Dinner ticket is €80 and has been partly sponsored by the conference organisers. The menu will have a range of options to suit all tastes. This informal and fun evening is not to be missed!
The Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative, launched in 2011, is a major stakeholder in the development of soil biodiversity policy, and the accelerating scientific knowledge underpinning the vast biological diversity contained in terrestrial soils worldwide. Among its various activities, the GSBI launched the Global Soil Biodiversity Conference held in Dijon (France, 2014) and more recently in Nanjing (China, 2017).
For further information on the GSBI’s activities, please see their website at www.globalsoilbiodiversity.org