To achieve this goal and promote restoration of the ecosystems and its services to society the EU has launched two Strategies: the EU Strategy on Green Infrastructure and the EU Biodiversity strategy for 2030 which makes part of the European Green Deal. We identify opportunities and synergies to contribute towards achieving the goals of these Strategies by mainstreaming biodiversity on transportation infrastructure.
The EU Strategy on Green Infrastructure (COM/2013/0249) promotes the deployment of green infrastructure across Europe. This can also help enhance the health and wellbeing of EU citizens, provide jobs, and boost our economy.
The EU Biodiversity strategy for 2030 (COM/2020/380) is a core part of the European Green Deal. It is a long-term plan to protect nature and reverse the degradation of ecosystems. The strategy aims to put Europe’s biodiversity on a path to recovery by 2030 and contains specific actions and commitments that could be developed across transport infrastructure development and operation.
With your contributions, the following questionnaire will be a fundamental basis to feed next steps and and engage reflexions within the BISON project. Thank you for the time that you will give to fulfill it.
- BISON glossary
- European Green Deal
- Connecting Europe Facility
- EU Strategy on Green Infrastructure (COM/2013/0249)
- Trans-European Network for Green Infrastructure in Europe – TEN-G
- EU Strategy on Green Infrastructure
- EU Biodiversity strategy for 2030
You are invited to answer to strategic and/or technical questions depending of your expertise and experience in your institution. Your input is valuable for us!
The BISON consortium team thanks you greatly for taking the time to answer this questionnaire.We securely store this data until the end of the BISON project, when research period is over.
The questionnaire will remain active until the end of October 2021. After this period, the questionnaire will be available on request.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101006661.