The video explains in short the approach developed in the EU funded Project KNEU for designing and setting up a Network of Knowledge on biodiversity and ecosystem services.
The concept builds on 3 important attributes of our knowledge on biodiversity and ecosystem services:
1) it is widely dispersed across different knowledge holders in Europe
2) it is often weakly connected to decision-making, but
3) diverse methods of knowledge integration make it possible today to create added value for both - knowledge holders and requesters, thus going beyond a strict expert assessment approach.
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BiodiversityKnowledge is funded as coordination action by the EU under FP7 (project KNEU).

Video produced on behalf of BiodiversityKnowledge by
based on a concept of UFZ Science-Policy Expert Group.

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