CBM collaborates with other agencies to conduct research, provide expert reports and information. The work includes consultancy services, government assignments, attendance at international negotiations and cooperation with a range of stakeholders such as government agencies, organizations, museums and natural resource managers.
To understand use of biodiversity as a social issue, CBM highlights ecological, political, legal, social and historical aspects of biodiversity conservation.
Read about the CBM Seminar Series, held 2017-2019: "CONCEPTUALISATIONS OF NATURE" (2017), "Seminars in Historical Ecology: An Exciting Future for the Past" (2018), "Ethics, species & the sixth mass extinction" (2019). Recordings of the seminars also abailable here.