MIL OSI – Source: TU Berlin –
Headline: Programme: CEDR – Transnational Research Programme
Freitag, 20. Januar 2017″Call 2016: Biodiversity – Conflicts along the Road:Invasive Species and Biodiversity
The aim of this research programme is to develop a strategy to eradicate or control the spread of invasive alien plant species while conserving and promoting indigenous biodiversity.This programme covers research into the following areas:Alien invasive plant species: prevention, detection and control in construction and maintenance Biodiversity along the road verges and infrastructure related constructions: protection and promotion during construction, operation and maintenance worksParticipating CEDR members: Austria, Germany, Ireland, Slovenia, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway.Funding level: 873,500 €”
“Call 2016: Environmentally Sustainable Roads:Surface- and Groundwater Quality
The aim of this research programme is to facilitate and share new knowledge that will improve decision-making in terms of reducing the impacts from roads on European water bodies as much as possible, i.e. preserve, protect and improve water quality. The research should be linked to risk assessment and risk management in terms of when and how contaminated runoffs during building and operating the European road network should be treated. It is an overarching goal that the research outputs are implementable into practice.The specific objectives of the research are:Risk assessment and risk managementEnvironmental impacts of de-icing chemicalsNew and emerging chemicals, including micro-plasticParticipating CEDR members: Austria, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Netherlands, Sweden.Funding level: 996,000 €”
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(Quelle: Conference of European Directors of Roads)