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SELINA: Science for evidence-based and sustainable decisions about natural capital

SELINA: Science for evidence-based and sustainable decisions about natural capital
SELINA is a project funded under the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme to provide guidance for evidence-based decision-making that supports the protection, restoration, and sustainable use of our environment. Through a collaboration of experts from 50 partner organisations from all 27 EU member states, Norway, Switzerland, Israel, and the United Kingdom, SELINA will set new standards for international cooperation to promote Ecosystem Services (ES) and Biodiversity (BD) conservation and enhance Ecosystem Conditions (EC).  Providing robust practical information and recommendations to stakeholders from both the public and private sectors, SELINA will pave the way towards the transformative societal change required to achieve the ambitious goals of the European Biodiversity Strategy 2030 and the Green Deal.
Team
Researchers
Ana Paula Senra Portela

Ana Paula Senra Portela

Position: Post-Doc Researcher
Group:
ECOCHANGE
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Ana Sofia Vaz

Ana Sofia Vaz

Position: Post-Doc Researcher
Groups:
INVASIONS, LACOS21
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Andreia Saavedra Cardoso

Andreia Saavedra Cardoso

Position: Post-Doc Researcher
Groups:
ECOCHANGE, LPDM
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Ângela Lomba

Ângela Lomba

Position: Post-Doc Researcher
Groups:
AGRODIV, ECOCHANGE
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Bruno Marcos

Bruno Marcos

Position: Post-Doc Researcher
Group:
ECOCHANGE
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Joana Vicente

Joana Vicente

Position: Post-Doc Researcher
Groups:
ECOCHANGE, INVASIONS
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João Francisco Gonçalves

João Francisco Gonçalves

Position: Post-Doc Researcher
Groups:
ECOCHANGE, INVASIONS
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João P. Honrado

João P. Honrado

Position: Assistant Professor
Groups:
ECOCHANGE, INVASIONS
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Other members
Benjamin Burkhard (Principal Investigator) (Leibniz University Hannover); Cláudia Carvalho-Santos (Centre of Molecular and Environmental Biology - cbma); Adrián Regos (Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia - CTFC)
State
Ongoing
Proponent Institution
Leibniz University Hannover
Funded by
European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme
Dates
2022 (Duration: 5 years)
Participant Institutions
50 partner organisations from all 27 EU member states, Norway, Switzerland, Israel, and the United Kingdom
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