The project will use ongoing processes of Science-Policy Interfaces, across Europe and beyond, as demonstration cases to address the most urgent needs identified for the Science Service for Biodiversity. These demonstration cases are directly related to the EU’s Biodiversity Strategy for 2030.
The demonstration cases will showcase real-life actions and processes, and will demonstrate different processes already in place in various biodiversity management and governance contexts. They will range from marine bio-economy to forestry, from aquaculture to pollination and from mountain tourism to urban green infrastructure. The cases will show how governance can enhance science-based transformative change and will support implementing, monitoring, reporting and reviewing the EU’s biodiversity strategy.