A recent news piece published by the Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS) calls attention to SHOWCASE’s research-based policy recommendations.
As the European Commission's primary source of results from EU-funded projects, CORDIS brings impactful research results closer to relevant stakeholders. SHOWCASE caught its attention thanks to its policy brief which provides five specific policy recommendations on how to counteract the negative side-effects of farming on biodiversity conservation. In light of the recently-adopted historic Global biodiversity framework, efforts to halt and reverse biodiversity loss are particularly relevant. SHOWCASE is honoured to be among the many initiatives contributing to these efforts and is grateful to have an important information outlet such as CORDIS disseminating its knowledge.
The information service also acknowledged SHOWCASE’s open access collection in the Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) Journal, which sheds light on the behind-the-scenes of EU research projects by illustrating the project’s progress from its conceptualisation to its results.
Read the news item available in six languages here.
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