Common Agricultural Policy and pollinators

Recommendations to ensure the CAP post-2020 supports insect pollinators

Insect pollinators continue to decline in Europe despite the Common Agricultural Policy's increased focus on environmental protection. Pollinator experts from across Europe identified a need to improve the quality of wildlife habitats through more targeted management and a robust monitoring framework. With specific habitats typically not providing all resources pollinators require, landscape level initiatives are required that support a variety of habitats that are complementary in resources offered

 

Download ES / EN



Updated map of unique scientific and technical infrastructures (ICTS) published

The current map was approved in November 2018 by the Scientific, Technological and Innovation Policy Council (CPCTI) and consists of 29 ICTS, bringing together a total of 62 infrastructures

Ismael Galván awarded with Francisco Bernis Prize

Our colleague Ismael Galván has received the Francisco Bernis Research Award for "the originality of the approach he uses in his studies on the role of melanins in bird ecology and evolution.

Martina Ferraguti Best PhD Dissertation in Ornithology

During the XXIV Spanish and VII Iberian Congress of Ornithology (SEO/BirdLife), our colleague Martina Ferraguti has been awarded with the Best PhD Dissertation in Ornithology.