In SELINA (Science for Evidence-based and sustainabLe decIsions about NAtural capital), a total of 50 partners from all 27 EU member states (including selected EU overseas regions), Norway, Switzerland, Israel and the United Kingdom will work together to bring the methods and data on ecosystems and their services developed in recent years within the framework of the European Biodiversity Strategies into practical applications in decision-making processes in the public and private sectors.
The project starts on 01/07/2022 with a duration of 5 years and a budget of €13 million. SELINA is coordinated by Benjamin Burkhard. Tthe project team at PhyGeo, currently consisting of Angie Faust, Joana Seguin, Sabine Lange and Luke Brander, is primarily responsible for the successful implementation and management of the project as well as for the interdisciplinary integration of the project results.
Please find out more: https://www.phygeo.uni-hannover.de/en/institute/events-and-news/news-details/news/new-eu-project-selina-coordinated-by-phygeo-starts/