On Wednesday 16 November, BISON is invited by Transport Research Arena conference to consider how to enhance biodiversity mainstreaming into transport. In the first part, the session will be tackled, the emerging trends and opportunities for mainstreaming biodiversity...
How to integrate the protection of biodiversity at the heart of development and management processes of buildings and infrastructures? The deliverable D3.5 of the BISON project “Application of BIM (Building Information Model) and other tools to standardise...
The present report explores selected recognized trends and anticipated changes in transportation, technology, climate, natural and human environment and discusses the challenges and opportunities for mainstreaming biodiversity in the transport sector. These trends...
Key points If business-as-usual prevails, by 2050, there will be twice as many roads and railways than in 2010.. 27 % of the land surface in the EU- (27+UK) is highly fragmented Transport sustainability policies focus on CO2 reduction, but largely miss another key...
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