I don’t know why I usually find myself reading the likes of those lists and instructions “10 things to know…”, “3 reasons for…” or “100 places to visit…”, even though I have seen them so many times before. The reason maybe is that in the information overload we are facing every day it is more comfortable to have things presented well-structured and sorted out — easily accessible and understandable at first glance.
Now, I tend to explain things rather in detail (you trap me doing it right now!). And so I have found myself writing the same things over and over again, aiming for people to get involved into the Biodiversity Offsets Blog. This has resulted in looong one-on-one emails and messages.
Instead, whom I actually want to reach is YOU as you are reading this. If you are interested in biodiversity offsets (I bet you are, because you are here!), I would kindly ask you to have a look at the 15 ways how you can contribute to the Biodiversity Offsets Blog and choose whichever may be most appropriate or appealing to you. And before you ask, I promise to cover in another post how you could benefit from this platform (“15 things you can expect from the Biodiversity Offsets Blog”) 😉
Here we go — 15 ways how you can contribute to the Biodiversity Offsets Blogs
- Become listed as an expert.
- Subscribe to the blog and receive notifications of all updates.
- Comment on posts and share your views and experience.
- Take part in the open discussion platform: ask questions, share your views and experience.
- Respond to the current poll(s).
- Present (your) research projects related to biodiversity offsets.
- Contribute on-the-ground examples of biodiversity offsets.
- Explain biodiversity offset policies and schemes in different countries.
- Help to build the young researchers and PhD network by contributing PhD theses, student work and related coursework.
- Announce any news or events on biodiversity offsets.
- Share (your) publications, presentations or websites related to biodiversity offsets.
- Have your say on the PROs and CONs of biodiversity offsets and thus found an informed debate.
- Become author on the Biodiversity Offsets Blog and write on any of the things above or whatever you have to say regarding biodiversity offsets.
- Visit the Biodiversity Offsets Blog regularly to have offsetting news from all over the world.
- Recommend the Biodiversity Offsets Blog to others to grow the network.