The analysis of national and partner organisations' strategies on biodiversity research, as well as liaison with main European and international initiatives, ensure that BiodivERsA's strategy is coordinated, coherent and relevant.
Apart from developing annual joint calls, BiodivERsA partners pursue a set of other activities which include mapping and horizon scanning activities and the development of best practices and guidelines to promote and enhance the profile of pan-European biodiversity research. In this context, three BiodivERsA reports are currently being developed, two of which are available:
- The “Synthesis of the national and national funding agencies' strategies and priorities for biodiversity research within Europe” and the “BiodivERsA report on international strategies for biodiversity research” offer a horizon scan of the European-wide and international landscape in which BiodivERsA evolves.
- The report “Stakeholder engagement in biodiversity research projects: current state-of-the-art and guidelines” analyses the way stakeholders are engaged in biodiversity research projects and also provides guidance for research teams responding to BiodivERsA calls on how to involve stakeholders in their research projects.