Eight key challenges for the implementation of the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030
The BioAgora consortium has conducted an evidence-based analysis of the challenges that may hinder the implementation of the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030. Eight key challenges categories were identified by our team and reported in BioAgora’s Typology of challenges (Deliverable D1.1). The EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 The EU’s Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 (BDS 2030),…Read More
BioAgora celebrates World Water Day!
Water gives life to our planet’s biodiversity. This is why, BioAgora joins celebrations of the international World Water Day and supports global commitments for a more sustainable use, consumption, and management of water so we ensure a thriving biodiversity in Europe and beyond 🌿🦋Read More
Call for experts on deadwood and fire risks
In light of the current policy discussions in both the Nature Restoration law and EU Forest policy, the Directorate-General for Environment of the European Commission has put a request to explore the link between deadwood and fire risk in Europe. Deadwood is considered as a biodiversity indicator in forest ecosystems, but it is not yet…Read More
BioAgora with a brand new one-pager!
BioAgora’s first promotional material – the project one-pager is now live on our website! It presents an overview of the objectives, work plan, and ambition of the Science Service for Biodiversity of BioAgora, alongside some useful information about the project coordinator, website and social media as well as a short note on our partners. You…Read More
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. TRANSPATH 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…Read More
BioAgora celebrates World Wildlife Day!
Our planet’s biodiversity is at risk, which is why BioAgora focuses on improving the state of ecosystems by connecting scientific research with the needs of policymakers. BioAgora works for a better future, in which decision-makers have easy access to biodiversity knowledge and research so as to create science-based legislation. BioAgora celebrates World Wildlife Day and…Read More
BioAgora 2022 Highlights
Our 2022 Highlights video documents BioAgora’s developments throughout the past year. BioAgora Project began in July 2022. Since then, the Consortium has attended numerous events, launched its website, and began building a community of interested audiences in science-based decision-making in the EU. Stay tuned for what’s to come in 2023!Read More
Season’s greetings from BioAgora!
The BioAgora Consortium wishes you a warm holiday season and a happy new year! We are committed to advancing science-based decision-making in the EU and will continue to work towards bridging the gap between science and policymaking. Stay tuned for new project developments in the upcoming new year!Read More
Discover the BioAgora introduction video!
The BioAgora Consortium is proud to present its introduction video: Connecting biodiversity knowledge and decision-making. It was premiered during the project’s launch event in Helsinki. In this video, you will learn about the BioAgora project and its importance in the framework of the EU’s Biodiversity Strategy for 2030, as well as our plans for the…Read More
BioAgora has officially been launched
After an online Kick-off in July, the BioAgora Consortium held its in-person Kick-off meeting and its official launch event in Helsinki on 9-10 November 2022. BioAgora’s Kick-off meeting BioAgora’s Kick-off meeting began with a warm welcome by project coordinator Kati Vierikko (SYKE). She presented the project’s background and highlighted the need to be coherent, inclusive,…Read More