Dear Colleagues: Today the UNDP shared with us a publication talking about the scientific and civilian efforts in coordination with international organisms through our platform, intending to show a starting point for the storytelling between civilians, scientists, and Public Policies. If communities at all levels have access to successful cases about how interdisciplinary and multisectoral efforts can work together, we will be boosting sustainable solutions that can be taken from one point and adapted in another. This is the primary goal of our network, and here is a first example of how we will keep spreading these community achievements. Here you can find the article. https://undplac.exposure.co/stemming-the-tide I want to take this chance to wish you all happy holidays, hoping that the next blooming brings us together and push us to reach new levels of understanding about the Sargassum and the challenge of working as one community among cultures. Sincerely Antonio
Through this section you can add links to other scientific pages related to the sargassum phenomenon. Please choose an easy title to facilitate the search when people want to go to those pages through our library and make a brief description of the page your are sharing, explaining why is important for the community. Here is an example: This is the link to the World Organization Institute https://www.worldorganizationinstitute.com The World Organization Institute develop civil organizational models based on scientific knowledges from other disciplines. The sargassum phenomenon will help us design civil response models for climate change strategies as well as other disaster scenarios.