BioValue leverages transformative change in spatial policymaking, planning practices and infrastructures development, to upscale opportunities for valuing biodiversity in support of EU strategic actions.Watch the full video
Funded by the European Union
What does it mean?
Transformative change implies a fundamental system-wide reorganization of how spatial planning processes are governed, including shifts in behavioural, social, cultural, economic, institutional, technical, and technological dimensions, and underpinning paradigms, goals, and values.
How does it work?
BioValue explores transformative change in three Arenas for Transformation, representing distinct spatial planning systems and cultures, as well as distinct scales and biodiversity-related situations.
Rewetting Peatlands and reforestation under the climate initiative
Municipal spatial planning
The Fersina, regenerating an urban river