FFU is having the lead in managing the Impact Area ‘biodiversity, fauna and flora’ of projects like LIAISE-KIT, an internet platform for supporting practioners and policy makers in Impact Assessment. Under this Impact Area the functional aspects of different dimension of biodiversity are being explained and the most important political instruments for its protection and management are listed. The dimensions – or specific terms – that are being referred to are species numbers, species and habitat diversity, habitat connectivity and ecosystem services. The central focus of this Lead Editor role is on developing an expert network and inventorying and describing models for assessing impacts on biodiversity.
The project explores how and to what extent international public administrations (IPAs) interact with political and non-political actors of various levels during and in-between major international conferences.
Learning for a sustainable world: this is the motto of the project schools@university Sustainability and Climate Change. For one week, a wide variety of learning concepts focusses on these two themes in order to make tangible for pupils and teachers alike what they stand for.
This project aimed to report and revise the existing sustainability indicator for bio diversity, considering the next report of progress by the federal government on the occasion of the National Strategy of Sustainability 2006.
The 2004 symposium was intended to foster the mutual exchange of information on European and Japanese efforts in recording significant environmental pollution sectors as well as the state of the environment.
The proposed research project aimed at developing a contribution for an implementable consideration of the requirements of sustainable development in new policy initiatives of the different branches of administration.