The project

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.

Events

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The BIOGEA national roundtable in Sofia, Bulgaria, took place at the University of National and World Economy (UNWE) on February 13th, 14:00-17:00. 

New in the Library

15.02.2020
Iberian Dehesa in Extremadura is the extensive land use case study area in Spain under BIOGEA project. The current report systemizes the findings and conclusions from the collection of agriculture and policy data for and from the region, collection of biodiversity data, meetings and interviews with...
15.02.2020
Dry Cereal Croplands in Castilla-La Mancha is the arable farming case study area in Spain under BIOGEA project. While farming practice is mainly extensive, intensification is taking place in certain areas. The current report systemizes the findings and conclusions from the collection of...
15.02.2020
Western Stara Planina is the extensive land use case study area in Bulgaria under the BIOGEA project. The current report systemizes the findings and conclusions from the collection of agriculture and policy data for and from the region, collection of biodiversity data, meetings and interviews with...