The BIOGEA project is supported by three National Research Funding Agencies (National Science Fund, Bulgaria; Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany; and National Research Agency at the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness of Spain) and co-funded by the European Commission within the BiodivERsA ERA-NET Co-Fund scheme. The BIOGEA project researches the impact of land use change on Green Blue Infrastructure (GBI) in the agricultural landscape. Through policy analysis on the EU and national level and biological monitoring and modelling in six case study areas in 3 Member States (Germany, Spain and Bulgaria), the impacts of policy on GBI and GBI on biodiversity are examined.
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Aneva, I., Zhelev, P., Lukanov, S., Peneva, M. (2019) Image already added This poster, presented at the X International Agriculture Symposium "AGROSYM 2019", summarizes the results of a two-year assessment of plant diversity in different types of...
Varying potential of conservation tools of the Common Agricultural Policy for farmland bird preservation
Concepción, E.D. & Díaz, M. (2019) (preprint attached) Science of the Total Environment 694: 133618. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.133618 Link to the Journal website to download the article: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/...
Green and Blue Infrastructure(GBI) in an agricultural setting: can the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) greening support a GBI in the agricultural landscape?
K. Marsden and M. Jay (2018) This paper, presented at the Agricultural and Food Policy: Trajectories and Reforms Conference, summarises some of the results of WP 2 of the BIOGEA project, examining the impacts of the CAP on agricultural policy. Image already added ...