As part of the BISON project, four policy briefs have been drawn up with the aim of proposing actions at European, national and local levels. You will find a summary of the policy briefs below Integrating Biodiversity into European Transport infrastructures now and...
At the end of two and a half years of work, under the combined auspices of the European Commission, the Council of Europe, and the United Nations Environment Programme-led Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership (SIP), the international seminar “Transport...
Future scenarios, finance, research and development, case studies: solutions to make transport infrastructure sustainable in Europe Information alert: The European BISON project proposes solutions for mainstreaming biodiversity into transport infrastructure Key...
International seminar 5 to 9 June 2023 Transport Infrastructure and Biodiversity at a nexus of challenges Research and innovation as drivers for transformative changes In Strasbourg CLICK here for the programme CLICK here to register on 5,8 and 9 (password required....
On February 27, the “BISON Wilding Railways” event took place as opening of UIC Sustainability Action Week, organised by the Biodiversity and Infrastructure Synergies and Opportunities For European Transport Networks (BISON) project in collaboration with UIC...
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