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WP7 Implementation of GEO BON: strategies and solutions at European and global levels

Objectives

  • To develop strategies for future integrated biodiversity and Earth observation information generation and management
  • To facilitate / improve future biodiversity assessments across broader scales
  • To design templates for future integrated information infrastructures at national  and international levels
  • To develop new tools and improved  procedures for support of CBD and IPBES
Key messages
  • The work of EU BON is relevant not only for the European context, but also for the global context.
  • It is important to see the transferability of EU BON results to other societal and biodiversity backgrounds.
  • In that respect it is also important to keep in mind, how EU BON can benefit the opinion building process amongst stakeholders and policy makers.

Tasks

Task 7.1 Strategy development for integrated global monitoring of terrestrial, freshwater and marine biodiversity 
Task 7.2 Pathways for support of CBD, other conventions, and IPBES 
Task 7.3 Strategies for European integrated biodiversity information management in the global GEO BON context 
Task 7.4 Strategies for a global GEO BON infrastructure 
Task 7.5 EU BON business plan 
 
Outcomes
  • Policy Briefs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  • GEO BON Technical Series on butterfly monitoring
  • Schmeller, D. S., et al., (2015). Towards a global terrestrial species monitoring program. Journal for Nature Conservation, 25: 51-57. doi:10.1016/j.jnc.2015.03.003
  • Geijzendorffer, I.R., et al. (2015), How much would it cost to monitor farmland biodiversity in Europe? Journal of Applied Ecology, 53: 140–149. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12552
  • Publication in collaboration with WP4: Titeux, N., Henle, K., Mihoub, J.-B., Regos, A., Geijzendorffer, I. R., Cramer, W., Verburg, P. H. and Brotons, L. (2016), Biodiversity scenarios neglect future land-use changes. Global Change Biology, 22: 2505–2515. doi: 10.1111/gcb.13272
  • Publication in collaboration with the Biodiversity Knowledge project: Livoreil, B., et al., (in press) Biodiversity knowledge synthesis at the European scale: actors and steps. Biodiversity and Conservation. doi: 10.1007/s10531-016-1143-5
  • Geijzendorffer, I. R., Regan, E. C., Pereira, H. M., Brotons, L., Brummitt, N., Gavish, Y., Haase, P., Martin, C. S., Mihoub, J.-B., Secades, C., Schmeller, D. S., Stoll, S., Wetzel, F. T., Walters, M. (2015), Bridging the gap between biodiversity data and policy reporting needs: An Essential Biodiversity Variables perspective. Journal of Applied Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12417

 

Contacts

Wolfgang Cramer  Ilse Geijzendorffer 

 Corinne Martin 

WP Leader    
National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) UNEP-WCMC

 

 

 

 

 

Dirk Schmeller  Neil Greenwood 

 Johannes Penner 

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ Natural History Museum, London Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Germany

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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