The project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the INTERREG SUDOE program

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

In order to satisfy their fundamental needs and cope with the consequences of global change, animal and plant species must have access to high-quality, interconnected natural habitats.

The CERES project aims to undertake actions to maintain and improve these networks for ecological continuity. This will boost biodiversity and the ecological functions of our natural environment.

Scientific partners and landscape managers are seeking to develop a joint method of characterising the quality and ecological connectivity of a place and are carrying out management actions to improve biodiversity, with a special focus on the need to raise awareness among the various stakeholders involved.