BioAgora presents: the TRANSPATH project

Alongside BioAgora, there are many other interesting European projects aiming to improve the biodiversity policy landscape. We are pleased to introduce here the TRANSPATH project. 


The new TRANSPATH project – TRANSformative PATHways for synergising just biodiversity and climate actions – will identify leverage points and interventions for triggering transformative changes at consumer, producer and organisational levels through inclusive deliberation. The project aligns with BioAgora’s mission to transform the European policymaking landscape to emphasise nature as the focal point for all legislative changes.  


TRANSPATH, funded by the European Union’s Horizon Europe programme under the call HORIZON-WIDERA-2022-ERA-01, was launched in November 2022 and will run until October 2026. A research team, comprising a mix of leading academics, science-policy experts, and early-career professionals in the global North and South, joins forces to engage with those who affect and are affected by trade regimes and associated ‘greening’ mechanisms. The project brings together a consortium representing a diversity of social-cultural origins across Eastern and Western Europe, Africa and Latin America to work on creating guidelines for an enhanced science-based approach to biodiversity policymaking. 

TRANSPATH’s consortium members gathered in Wageningen, the Netherlands, for the project’s in-person kick-off meeting. Throughout the event, participants continuously exchanged valuable ideas and conclusions, which will be further implemented over the course of the TRANSPATH duration.  

BioAgora will monitor TRANSPATH’s development and collaborate on areas relating to biodiversity decision-making.   


For more information on the project, you can follow TRANSPATH on Twitter