Towards a draft strategy for increased cooperation

This report addresses general high-level policy and strategy coordination that will be needed for Open Biodiversity Knowledge Management (OBKM) to become widely adopted by the many current biodiversity initatives. A centralised and explicit model is unlikely to gain traction, and more progress will be made with a flexible grass roots system that can adapt and evolve as new technologies appear, and as needs and new opportunities arise.

An array of recommendations is made in this report, if addressed, to promote Open Biodiversity Knowledge Management.