Biodiversa+ regularly publishes guides, mappings, policy briefs and other written materials. Below you can access and freely download our publications.
Learn more on what is policy relevance of research, how this aspect is evaluated in Biodiversa+ calls and what are the most relevant policies for your research projects.
Learn more on how to develop biodiversity scenarios (in particular participatory ones) and how they can be a tool in support of decision-making.
Learn more on what is open science, the regulations in different countries related to open science, and how to draft data management plans for your research projects.
This guide explores the fundamental concepts and approaches for biodiversity monitoring protocols, and provides recommendations on the most suitable approaches for harmonizing them.
Mapping to assess the research landscape of transnational (and bi-regional) collaborations and guide priorities for research funders to reinforce the internationalisation of research in the biodiversity domain.
Mapping of research collaboration in the field of biodiversity and climate change developed in the context of its BiodivClim COFUND Action supporting research on “Biodiversity and climate change”
An analysis of collaboration networks based on publications involving the European Research Area (ERA) and other world regions
An analysis of collaboration networks based on publications involving ERA and LAC researchers (2003-2013)
A report on biodiversity monitoring knowledge gaps and R&I priorities that could be addressed by the Biodiversa+ 2nd call and that could be useful for other biodiversity monitoring activities
An analysis of different possible strategies for an optimal harmonisation of protocols for transnational monitoring, mainly focusing on biodiversity monitoring information workflows and governance.
A mapping of ministries and other organisations that fund and steer (sub)-national biodiversity monitoring schemes across the network of 23 countries.
A report on the perspectives from private actors (business, civili society and NGOs) on their user needs for biodiversity monitoring data.
A building block to supporting the harmonisation of biodiversity monitoring databases and the data interoperability across Europe.
A document introducing the revised biodiversity monitoring priorities for the 2023–2025 cycle of Biodiversa+, the European Biodiversity Partnership.
A report on biodiversity’s contribution to addressing social, economic, and environmental challenges using actions that involve working with nature and are widely known under the umbrella term nature-based solutions (NBS).
A first overview of the European biodiversity monitoring governance landscape including both national and sub-national viewpoints as well as the outcomes of the EuropaBON project and its proposals for a BMCC.
Understanding and managing biodiversity dynamics to improve ecosystem functioning and delivery of ecosystem services in a global change context: the cases of soils and sediments, and land- river and sea-scapes (habitat connectivity, green and blue infrastructures, and naturing cities)
- All topics
- Biodiversity & health
- Climate change
- Ecosystem services
- Nature-based solution
- Protected areas