BrightSpace Biodiversity Indicators

  • Marc Müller (Speaker)
  • Jordan Hristov (Contributor)
  • Ana Luisa Barbosa (Contributor)
  • Hanneke vant Veen (Contributor)
  • Piero Visconti (Contributor)
  • Richard Cornford (Contributor)
  • Karine Princé (Contributor)
  • Peter Witzke (Contributor)

Activity: Talk or presentationPublic lecture/debate/seminarAcademic

Description

BrightSpace Biodiversity Indicators - Contributed Session to the CAPRI Developer Meeting, Berlin, 28 February 2024

This set of slides presenting the BrightSpace project and its developments on biodiversity indicators was featured as a contributed session to the CAPRI Developer Meeting in Berlin on 28 February 2024.

CAPRI, an established economic model supporting decision-making related to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), has been operational for more than two decades. Developed through European Commission research funds, CAPRI relies on a Pan-European network of researchers working collaboratively on an open-source basis. This collaborative approach involves tendering for projects, model development and maintenance, policy impact assessment, scientific publication, and client consultations.

The CAPRI Developer Meeting was held on February 27-28 in Berlin and online with around 30 participants from Austria, Belgium, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Spain, New Zealand, and experts from the European Commission. The event was dedicated to facilitating knowledge transfer among developers, experienced users, and other stakeholders. The meeting showcased presentations on various new developments within CAPRI, covering aspects such as relevance, underlying theory, data, and technical implementation. Attendees had the opportunity to engage in discussions on these new modules.

A notable session during the meeting highlighted the BrightSpace Horizon Europe project. Specifically, the presentation delved into the biodiversity indicators employed within BrightSpace. This collaboration underscores the importance of integrating innovative approaches developed in projects like BrightSpace into established models such as CAPRI, promoting enhanced capacity and comprehensive analyses. BrightSpace's contributions to the CAPRI Developer Meeting illustrates its catalyst role towards fostering synergy between established models and cutting-edge projects, contributing to a more robust and nuanced understanding of agricultural policy impact.

For more information on CAPRI, visit https://www.capri-model.org/

Further information

BrightSpace is an EC funded 5-year Horizon Europe research and innovation action aiming to design effective and sustainable strategies to navigate EU agriculture within a Safe and Just Operating Space.

BrightSpace Project coordination: Wageningen Economic Research, The Hague, NL
Contact: [email protected] | Website: www.brightspace-project.eu

Project duration: 1 November 2022 – 31 October 2027

Funded by the European Union. Horizon Europe Grant Agreement No. 101060075. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the authors only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Commission. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.
Period28 Feb 2024
Event titleCAPRI Developer Meeting
Event typeOther
LocationGermany, BerlinShow on map