 Key findings of IPBES Global Assessment Report highlighted by its authors
 Priority interventions identified to address especially the indirect drivers of nature loss
 IPBES Report confirmed as science basis for global negotiations on nature in 2020

Péter Batáry Research Associate Professor, Group Leader of the "Lendület" Landscape and Conservation Ecology research group successfully defended his Doctor of Science dissertation at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences with the title:

"Biodiversity conservation and environmental management in European farmlands"

It’s about the respect’: Science|Business reconstructs how disputes over the demand for equal pay for researchers from poorer EU13 countries played out in negotiations over the planned €94.1 billion R&D programme - By Richard L. Hudson

The SER Europe Summer School 2018 is an intensive 5-day program (20-24 August) focusing on the management and restoration of dry grassland habitats in Europe, many of which are under Natura2000 protection.

The “Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice” as an article was published in BioScience and is open access and free to everyone. The support was overwhelming, and we ended up with 15,364 scientist signatories from 184 different countries by the time the article was published.

The meeting of the Drafting Group of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 was held in Tihany between 21 and 24 July, in the Balaton Limnological Institute, Center for Ecological Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Center for Ecological Research invites scientists and practitioners to the 12th International Symposium on Enchytraeidae, (MTA ÖK) Balaton Limnological Institute, Tihany, Hungary, June 27-29, 2016.

Biodiversity from terrestrial, marine, coastal, and inland water ecosystems provides the basis for ecosystems and the services they provide that underpin human well-being. However, biodiversity and ecosystem services are declining at an unprecedented rate.

We are deeply saddened to inform you that our collaguage dr. Miklós Puky biologist, passed away at the 20th of March leaving behind an irreplaceable void within all who loved him and worked with him.

An international team led by scientists at the University of Leicester has developed a way to increase our understanding of the die-back of reeds throughout Europe -- including popular tourist areas -- through satellite and aircraft monitoring systems.