Earlier this year, the EU project BioAgora, aiming to improve the biodiversity policy landscape, featured the TRANSPATH project in a brief news article on its website.
The blog post presents an overview of TRANSPATH's mission, team expertise, and objectives. It also expresses BioAgora's intention to monitor TRANSPATH’s development and collaborate on areas relating to biodiversity decision-making.
BioAgora is a five-year EU project aiming to support sustainable transformation for biodiversity in Europe. It is a collaborative project funded by the Horizon Europe programme and gathers a Consortium of 22 partners, from 13 European countries, led by SYKE, the Finnish Environment Institute. The BioAgora project will strive to connect research results on biodiversity to the needs of policy-making in a targeted dialogue between scientists, other knowledge holders and policy actors.
Read the full article here.