Biodiversa+ is very happy to introduce its latest mapping! In light of the ongoing biodiversity crisis and its numerous drivers, there is a critical need to strengthen our understanding of biodiversity status, dynamics, and trends through science-based knowledge, in Europe and globally.
We have published a new mapping on international collaboration between scientists of the ERA and other regions to:
- assess the research landscape of transnational (and bi-regional) collaborations,
- guide priorities for research funders to reinforce the internationalisation of research in the biodiversity domain.
This mapping also aims to promote coordinated action to strengthen bi-regional dialogue on science between Europe and other world regions and could potentially pave the way to future joint activities between regions.
In this mapping covering the 2012-2021 period, Biodiversa+ reports the results obtained from the analysis of the publications involving authors from the European research area and other regions of the world published to study transnational research collaboration on biodiversity.