Prof Dr Klaus Kellner elected as a member of the Science-Policy Interface (SPI) for the UNCCD

The goal of the SPI is to provide timely and policy-relevant scientific evidence on Desertification, Land Degradation and Drought (DLDD) issues to the UNCCD Committee on Science and Technology (CST), support CSTĀ“s cooperation with ongoing science-policy initiatives that are relevant to the UNCCD and its parties and develop partnerships with relevant stakeholders to allow preparedness and synergies in action to address DLDD to support human well-being and sustainable development and achieving land degradation neutrality (LDN).

Only 20 experts of the world serve on the SPI.