New BiodivERsA newsletter available!

BiodivERsA is pleased to announce the publication of a new newsletter In this newsletter you will discover the themes of the next BiodivERsA joint call for pan-European research proposals. The newsletter also features articles about the BiodivERsA2 final conference and kick-off meeting of the 2012-2013 BiodivERsA funded projects. You will find out information about the…

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A new BiodivERsA Policy Brief published!

Briefing “Conservation of small mammals and associated ecosystems“ now available! BiodivERsA partners are pleased to announce the publication of a new BiodivERsA policy briefs. The work, coordinated on behalf of BiodivERsA by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, has procured IUCN Europe – Brussels, to act as interpreters/intermediaries in the dissemination of key BiodivERsA-funded research results…

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BiodivERsA Stakeholder Engagement Handbook now available!

The BiodivERsA network is pleased to announce the publication of its Stakeholder Engagement Handbook The BiodivERsA Stakeholder Engagement Handbook is a non-academic practical guide for researchers planning and carrying out research projects. It is designed to assist research teams identify relevant stakeholders to engage with in order to enhance the impact of their work. The…

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Two new Policy briefs published!

The “Nitrogen pollution and climate change carbon storage and biodiversity of peatlands“ and the “Adaptation of trees and forests to climate change: the importance of genetic variability” policy briefs are now available BiodivERsA partners are pleased to announce the publication of a new BiodivERsA policy briefs. The work, coordinated on behalf of BiodivERsA by the…

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BiodivERsA workshop on Nature-Based Solutions

On 11th and 12th June 2014, the BiodivERsA consortium organized a “horizon scanning workshop” in Brussels to investigate key future challenges and policy needs for biodiversity research at European level. In this context and along with the EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2020, the “nature-based solutions” concept has been emerging, calling for renewed needs of knowledge…

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Very good news on the future of BiodivERsA!

The BiodivERsA network is pleased to announce that the BiodivERsA3 project has been selected by the European Commission. The European Commission has accepted to fund the network for another 5 years period in the form of an ERA-Net COFUND tool under the Horizon 2020 funding programme, which will secure BiodivERsA activities in a third phase…

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New BiodivERsA newsletter available!

BiodivERsA is pleased to announce the publication of a new newsletter In this newsletter you will discover the results of the BiodivERsA/FACCE-JPI joint call. You will also find further details on the profile of two partners that participated to this call. The newsletter also features articles about the outputs of a workshop on nature-based solutions…

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Results of the joint BiodivERsA/FACCE-JPI call 2013-2014 : 8 to 10 pan-European projects proposed for funding

Preliminary results from the fifth BiodivERsA call on ”Promoting synergies and reducing trade-offs between food supply, biodiversity and ecosystem services” Fostering a recurrent funding opportunity for transnational biodiversity and ecosystem research across Europe, BiodivERsA has joined forces in November 2013 with the FACCE-JPI* and launched a co-branded call for research projects on « Promoting synergies and…

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BiodivERsA call 2012-2013: shortlisted projects

Preliminary results from the fourth BiodivERsA call on invasive species and biological invasions As part of BiodivERsA’s strategy to integrate biodiversity research in Europe, 12 BiodivERsA members launched a joint call on “Invasive species and biological invasions” in November 2012. This call addressed the following themes, across all ecosystems and organisms: Demonstrating and characterising the…

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BiodivERsA Policy Briefs published!

Briefings #1 and #2 are now available! BiodivERsA partners are pleased to announce the publication of the first two BiodivERsA policy briefs. The work, coordinated on behalf of BiodivERsA by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, has procured IUCN Europe – Brussels, to act as interpreters/intermediaries in the dissemination of key BiodivERsA-funded research results to policy-makers,…

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