Supporting COP15

Join NatureMetrics at COP15

NatureMetrics is a proud Planet A sponsor of the World Biodiversity Summit at COP15. We have a host of events and tech demonstrations lined up on the ground in Montreal and we can’t wait to see you there. There’s more information on how you can join our events below, or if you’re not in Montreal then don’t worry, we’ll be live-streaming our events around the world. 

Find us at one of these events…

  • NatureMetrics CBD COP15 Booth | Wednesday 7th – Monday 19th December | Official CBD COP15 Exhibition, Stand #709, Palais des Quebec, Room 220ab

  • NatureMetrics ‘Nature Solutions Hub’ | Saturday 10th – Wednesday 14th December (timings) | Langelier Room, Renaissance Hotel – Contact to book

  • World Biodiversity Summit Keynote Speech | Sunday 11th December, 2pm | The Old Port of Montreal: 333, de la Commune Street West, Montréal, H2Y 2E2. Click here to register

  • NatureMetrics side event: Multi-year biodiversity insights with NatureMetrics and Anglo American | Monday 12th December, 4-5pm | Renaissance Hotel. Join in person here | Join online here

  • NatureMetrics side event: eBioAtlas – Multi-stakeholder baseline of global biodiversity | Monday 12th December, 6-7pm | Renaissance Hotel. Join in person here | Join online here


Thanks for your interest in NatureMetrics. Learn more by exploring our key resources below or contact our team to discuss your project.


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Brief overview of how eDNA can revolutionise monitoring of marine coastal systems, with local stakeholders at the heart of the solution.


The MozamSeq project involved eDNA kit testing & sampling with local communities and stakeholders.


Using eDNA to track the source and fate of blue carbon.


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Contact our team to set up a meeting, we’d love to continue the conversations that were started at COP15