The Project BIO2CARE aims at reinforcing the administrative capacities and effectiveness of Protected Areas Management Bodies, in benefit of biodiversity and local communities, through the implementation of an innovative and integrated approach.

News
Nature landscapes from EKBY

On Thursday, July 9, 2020, the Laboratory of Environmental Management and Industrial Ecology - LEMIE of DUTH, as the Lead Beneficiary of the project "Reinforcing Protected Areas Capacity through an Innovative Methodology for Sustainability" (BIO2CARE), funded by the INTERREG COOPERATION...

Technical reports

Cameras - Ultrasound detectors  Protected Areas (PR) are characterized by the unique flora and fauna, as well as the habitats that are present and well preserved in them. Both biodiversity and habitats conservation and improvement are the goals to be...

ICT tools
: Bio2Care Calc Tool

The Bio2care Symbiosis Tool is an online cartographic/mapping application that allows users to search for potential symbiotic activities, using as data the inputs and outputs of their own production activity, but also the production activities of other users.  The application...

Publications
Cover page of the Guidebook

The Guidebook for Accessible Nature Trails – Design Guidelines and Evaluation System (the “Guidebook”) was mainly developed to support the implementation of certain innovative interventions of the BIO2CARE Project for improving and promoting selected recreational and bird-watching ecotrails in the...

Newsletters
Extract from the cover page of BIO2CARE Newsletter 2

In this second issue of the newsletter of the BIO2CARE Project, a project that cares for the environment, a quick introduction to the project, the expected results of the project and the BIO2CARE partnership is provided, followed by an overview...

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The Project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and by national funds of the countries participating in the Interreg V-A "Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020" Cooperation Programme.