We've managed to squeeze in one final video here before the e-concertation meeting ends.
We spoke to Vincent Smith, of the Natural History Museum in London about the project ViBRANT which connects the people, data and science of biodiversity. Watch below to hear more:
As Vincent says, ViBRANT isn't just for scientists, it's open to everyone. To set up your own community just visit www.scratchpads.eu. From here you can share biodiversity data and resources - there's just two small caveats. Your project has to be about biodiversity and your data has to be available under a Creative Commons license.