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.

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08 July 2019

Representatives of the BIOGEA project team participated in the 10th IALE World Congress, which took place from 1st to 5th of July, 2019 in Milan, Italy.

24 June 2019

The BIOGEA project team held its fourth Consortium meeting.

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The European Commission invites you to a conference on results-based payment schemes for biodiversity achievements in agriculture.

The University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine from Cluj-Napoca, Romania is organizing the 18th International Conference ”Life Sciences for Sustainable D

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12.07.2018
Marsden, K., M. Jay The European Commission’s proposals for the CAP 2021 were published on 1 June 2018. The two main novelties in the proposals addressed by the briefing are the replacement of “greening” with “eco-schemes” and an “advanced environmental conditionality” and the increased...
25.03.2018
Marsden, K., M. Jay, Kazakova-Mateva, Y., Stefanova, V. In this issue of the briefing: the CAP Greening and Environmental Focus Areas (EFAs) relation to GBI  reasons for consideration of changes to CAP Greening what changes were made and how likely impacts on GBI ...
25.03.2018
Deliverable D2b presents: EU policy overview - identifying the GBI aims Identifying the GBI features included in policy Refining the findings to identify critical aspects for the different governance levels Conclusions and next steps Image already added