The BIOGEA team organised an expert discussion in Berlin on 19 February, 2020, from 12:00-16:30. The aim of the event was to discuss how Green and Blue Infrastructure networks can be better protected under the CAP after 2020.
"Why is Green and Blue Infrastructure so valuable for biodiversity?"; "What makes some elements and measures more useful than others?" and "How can barriers to their implementation be overcome?" - these questions were discussed with local farmers and farm advisors in a local wo
IFAB and adelphi presented the first results of the analysis of the BIOGEA project in the districts of Neckar-Odenwald- und Main-Tauber-Kreis in October to a small group of representatives from the agricultural administrators, farming representatives, farming advisors farmers, researchers
A Consortium meeting with the BIOGEA project partners was held on January 18-19, 2018 in Madrid, Spain with the kind hospitality of the National Museum of Natural Sciences. The project work plan for 2018 was discussed and agreed.
The international conference titled "Ecology across borders: Embedding Ecology in Sustainable Development Goals" is organized as the 15th European Ecological Federation (EEF) Congress that will take place at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon (Lisbon, Portugal)
NABU (BirdLife in Germany), BirdLife Europe and the European Environmental Bureau invite you to the launch of a new study on the Commission‘s proposal for the next Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and to a discussion on the upcoming reform process of the agricultural subsidies in the European Uni
The French Society for Rural Economy (SFER) with the support of European Foundations for Sustainable Agriculture and Food (EFSAF) is organizing a one-day symposium on “The future of the CAP” on 22 June in Montpellier, France.
2018 is going to be a big year for nature in Europe. Both the communication on the next Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) and the legislative proposal for a reformed Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) are expected later in the year.
The NGO (BirdLife and EEB)-organised conference in Brussels examined the potential for a new policy framework that takes all aspects of the food chain into account: from the impact of food production on our climate and the environment, to consumption and public health.
The kick-off meeting for the 2015-2016 COFUND Call for BiodivERsA was held in Brussels in April. The BIOGEA project was presented together with all the other funded projects and discussions were held with the other project coordinators.
This event organised by NABU, EEB and BirdLife aimed to bring together farmers, civil society and representatives of the European Institutions, to discuss how European agriculture can achieve the transition to sustainable food systems that support nature and people.
The 11th Forum for the Future of Agriculture is the place where agriculture and environment meet for an open dialogue to discuss healthy farming, healthy food and healthy future. FFA2018 will take place on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 in Brussels.
In light of these recent policy developments and the reiteration of the EU’s commitment to achieve its biodiversity targets for 2020, this international symposium will provide an invaluable opportunity to engage with the debate on biodiversity at EU level and scrutinise the future of sustainable
The Forum for the Future of Agriculture (FFA) has been contributing to the debate on agriculture and the environment and providing a platform for discussion in Brussels since 2008. The BIOGEA team was present to raise discuss the project with stakeholders taking part in the event.