How does the German Biodiversity Assessment (Faktencheck Artenvielfalt) work - and why do we need this project right now?
Learn more about the team behind the
German Biodiversity Assessment (Faktencheck Artenvielfalt), the assessment phases and the review process.
These universities, non-university research institutions, public administration institutions, stakeholders and associations participate in the German Biodiversity Assessment.
To ensure that the potential of all experts can be optimally employed, the project management takes over the central coordination and technical support of the German Biodiversity Assessment.
Trends and their direct and indirect drivers, consequences for society, which measures really work, the role of soil biodiversity and potentials for transformation: these are the topics of the Faktencheck Artenvielfalt.
The Faktencheck Artenvielfalt examines biodiversity in Germany's most important habitats: agricultural and open land, forests, inland waters and floodplains, coasts and coastal waters, and urban areas.