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    • RecrutConsultant : This enables you to register your CV if you are seeking to work as a consultant within the Natural Sciences Sector of UNESCO. A consultant is a high-level specialist employed for a specific short period in order to provide on-the-spot advice to Member States, intergovernmental or international non-governmental organizations or the Secretariat at Headquarters or in the Field.


    • Global Ethics Observatory (GEOBs): The observatory is a system of databases with worldwide coverage in bioethics and other areas of applied ethics in science and technology such as environmental ethics, science ethics, and technology ethics.



    • On the Frontlines of Climate Change: The Frontlines Forum seeks community-based experiences with climate change: impacts, opportunities and adaptation strategies. It provides a platform for sharing observations, concerns and innovations. We invite contributions from indigenous or rural communities in small islands, high altitudes, the Arctic, desert margins and other vulnerable environments. Send your views and experiences to peoples@climatefrontlines.org


    • Water and Cultural Diversity database and Community of Practice (More)

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