Leading experts from 50 partner organizations met in Hannover from September 14-17, 2022, to mark the official launch of the EU Horizon Project SELINA, which aims to work towards implementing ecosystem services-related scientific outcomes in evidence-based decision-making.

During the meeting, the head of PLANES lab, Davide Geneletti and researcher Jarumi Kato explained the goals and activities foreseen for Work Package 8 Supporting evidence-based public decision-making. This WP aims to develop real-world innovative examples or “Demonstration Projects” on how knowledge of biodiversity, ecosystems and ecosystem services can be used to support evidence-based public decision-making processes (from projects to plans and policies) in a range of sectors, including urban and regional development, agriculture, energy, marine spatial planning, forest and nature conservation, green infrastructures and ecosystem restoration.


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