New brief on policy tools to manage ecosystem services

A BiodivERsA policy brief based on the CONNECT, REGARDS, TALE and VITAL projects BiodivERsA is pleased to announce the publication of a new policy brief entitled “Policy tools to manage synergies and trade-offs between ecosystem services”, based on the combined results of the CONNECT, REGARDS, TALE and VITAL projects. This 4-page brief introduces the notion of trade-offs…

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New publications available!

BiodivERsA is pleased to announce the publication of two new products: The brochure on BiodivERsA main achievements for research on biodiversity, ecosystem services and Nature-based Solutions over 2008-2018 Reading this brochure, you will learn more about the wide range of BiodivERsA activities, ranging from coordination and funding of research on biodiversity, ecosystem services and Nature-based…

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Publication of the Guide on Policy Relevance

New BiodivERsA guidance for project applicants BiodivERsA is pleased to annouce the publication of new guide on policy relevance and effective science-policy interfacing in research proposals. The objective of the present guide is to help researchers to: Better understand what is policy relevance of research Be aware of what the criteria are for evaluating policy relevance…

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Results of the joint Belmont Forum-BiodivERsA Call for proposals on biodiversity scenarios

21 international projects recommended for funding for over 28 Million euro! In October 2017, the Belmont Forum and BiodivERsA launched the BiodivScen joint call on “Scenarios of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services” with the support of the European Commission. Supported by 26 national/regional funding organisations from 23 countries, this internationalcall covered the two following themes: Development…

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New newsletter available

Learn more about BiodivERsA latest activities with the March 2018 Newsletter! In this newsletter, you will learn more about the BiodivScen Action and joint call. You will also find information on the three latest BiodivERsA policy briefs. As regards the impacts of BiodivERsA-funded projects, you will discover the societal outputs of the SalmoInvade project, funded through the 2012-2013 BiodivERsA call…

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BiodivERsA Implementation plan for 2017-2019

BiodivERsA partners are pleased to announce the publication of the 2017-2019 Implementation Plan! Building on the priorities identified in the 2017-2020 BiodivERsA Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda, BiodivERsA partners have developped an Implementation plan covering the period 2017-2019. The BiodivERsA implementation plan details the activities in relation to one or more of the core and…

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Is missing knowledge hampering the effectiveness of approaches that aim to restore biodiversity and ecosystem function and services?

Contribute to the EKLIPSE call for knowledge in support of a request by BiodivERsA EKLISPE is a knowledge and learning mechanism on biodiversity and ecosystem services aiming to support better decisions about our environment, based on the latest available knowledge. One of its key activities is about synthesising available knowledge in response to a given…

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Launch of the Call “Scenarios of biodiversity and ecosystem services”

BiodivERsA and the Belmont Forum are pleased to announce the 2017-2018 international call for research proposals on “Scenarios of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services”. The Call will address the two following major (non-exclusive) priorities: Development and application of scenarios of biodiversity and ecosystem services across spatial scales of relevance to multiple types of decisions  Consideration of multiple dimensions…

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New policy brief on Alien Invasive Species

New BiodivERsA policy brief based on the WhoIsNext, INVAXEN and Resipath projects’ results BiodivERsA is pleased to announce the publication of a new policy brief entitled “Action on invasive alien species should better anticipate climate change effects on biological invasions in Europe”, based on the combined results of the WhoIsNext, INVAXEN and Resipath projects. This 4-page brief presents key recommendations…

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