Understanding the problem

Published: 14 April 2021
Last edited: 14 April 2021

We organized expert workshops to build a common base of the understanding, what ecological connectivity means and how we define it on a landscape level in different sectors (e.g. agriculture, forestry, urban planning).

Only in a second step methods, procedures and data were defined and implemented.


Alliance and partnership development
Technical interventions and infrastructure
Scale of implementation
Phase of solution
Planning phase

Enabling factors

An important factor for success was the ability to moderate between the individual representatives so that common solutions could be found.


Lessons learned

The process to bring all project partners from different countries to a common understanding and acting takes longer than the (technical) implementation itself.

Once, the first step is done and fully accepted, the technical solution can be developed on a solid basis.

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