Managing Green Infrastructure in Central European Landscapes

MaGICLandscapes introduces to the green infrastructure concept and its benefits. In close cooperation with local stakeholders the project partners elaborate strategies and action plans for enhancing the existing  green infrastructure resource in Central Europe. The project promotes sustainable land-use by providing land managers, policy makers and communities with tools and knowledge. This will help them to assess green infrastructure planning and conservation approaches, also taking into account the transnational level and ensuring that mismatched management approaches are reduced.


WHAT IS GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE?

4th Partner Meeting

MALACHIT Medical Spa Hotel, Karpacz/Poland


Ecosystem Partnership

10 years advancing ecosystem services science, policy and practice for a sustainable future

The ESP10 Conference welcomes more than 600 delegates around the world dealing with biodiversity conservation and related policies, ecosystem services sciences and striving for a sustainable future in general.

Dr. Henriette John from the Leibniz Institute for Ecological Urban and Regional Development will  talk about MaGICLandscapes outputs at this international conference. Her presentation "Manging green infrastructure for the provision of multiple ecosystem services in Central Europe" focuses on the outputs of the Green Infrastructure functionality assessment and ecosystem services assessment in the case study area Tri-Border Region Czech Republic, Germany and Poland. 

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MaGICLandscapes

Final Conference & Green Infrastructure Symposium

On 27th and 28th of May 2020 MaGICLandscapes will be holding its Final Conference and hosting an International Green Infrastructure Symposium with guest speakers from across Europe. Both events take place at Technische Universität Dresden. The project will present its outputs and tools of the project and its 9 case study areas on the first day. On the second day will be an International Green Infrastructure Symposium, bringing together GI professionals from across Europe to share their experiences and best practice from implementing green infrastructure. A detailed programme will be available at the end of October.

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Header illustration: Anja Maria Eisen

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Case study areas

WORK PACKAGES

WORK PACKAGE 1

Transnational Framework of Green Infrastructure Assessment

  • Discover assessment needs in Central Europe 
  • Transnational large-scale assessment of green infrastructure

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Work Package 2

Green Infrastructure Functionality Assessment

  • Develop assessment methods
  • Testing of methods in regional/local pilot actions 

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Work package 3

Strategies for Intervention at European, Regional and Local Level

  • Develop local green infrastructure strategy/action plans
  • Training events in the use of the (planning) tools created for an improved green infrastructure

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facts & figures

10 partners

5 countries

2.2 mio budget

33 Associated institutions

Project Duration

Start Date

1st July 2017

End Date

30th June 2020

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