Whether you are involved in marine, coastal, freshwater or terrestrial biodiversity conservation, the EU-funded MARCO-BOLO project invites you to share your insights as we assess the data and monitoring needs of stakeholders within and beyond the EU.

The MARCO-BOLO project fosters a dynamic Community of Practice (CoP) that connects biodiversity data generators and users. This collaborative platform enables stakeholders to co-design and co-create data products and tools, ensuring that project outcomes are driven by stakeholders’ needs and aligned with our mission. We aim to cater to end users at the local, national, regional, and international levels, while also facilitating more robust integration of data into policy processes to support the EU in achieving its biodiversity targets.

Are you involved in producing, managing, or using biodiversity data? We value your input. Share your experiences, indicate current challenges with biodiversity data, and suggest the data products and tools needed to overcome these challenges. Let’s collaborate to develop better data products that support your day-to-day work and decision-making processes.

With 25 questions the study takes just 10-12 minutes to complete. To participate, click here before 30 August 2023.

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