Welcome to the EU BON helpdesk!
 

This website will guide you through recent developments by the EU BON project  in the domain of biodiversity information. The helpdesk pursues specific goals and consider the interests of different audiences:

Data Mobilization Toolkit

Online supporting toolkit aiming to assist the user in his data mobilization efforts.

EU BON products

Services, tools, guidelines and other products developed or enhanced by EU BON project.

Resources

Comprehensive and searchable overview of other resources relevant to data sharing, 

Trainings

Trainings and workshops on data and metadata integration strategies, use of standards, and use of data sharing tools.

User groups we are addressing:

For more information on the EU BON project, please visit EU BON portal.

News and events

Other initiatives

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  • Channel: EU JRC news

    The emergence of antimicrobial resistance is a threat which is increasingly causing serious health problems to EU citizens and there is a pressing need to develop novel classes of antimicrobial agents. In the search for a solution to this problem, antimicrobial peptides (molecules consisting of 2 or more amino acids) are being recognized as promising candidates in the fight against bacterial pathogens.

    Date publishing: Thursday, December 10, 2015 - 10:03
  • Channel: EU JRC news

    On 9 December 2015, the European Commission published two new legislative proposals to simplify and promote access to digital content and online sales across the EU.

    Date publishing: Wednesday, December 9, 2015 - 15:47
  • Channel: RSS FAO FORIS

    In order to succeed, restoration initiatives need to engage a range of stakeholders, from policy-makers to local communities and from governments to the private sector. This is one of the main threads running through the articles in issue 245 of Unasylva, FAO’s forestry journal, released on 5 December on the theme of Forest and landscape restoration (FLR).

    Bringing together case studies from different continents and biomes, the... more

    Date publishing: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 - 00:00
  • Channel: RSS FAO FORIS

    FAO has published a new policy brief that sets out ten recommendations from the XIV World Forestry Congress on how to integrate forests and other land uses to face global challenges and help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

    Foresters Call for Action: Future Land Management Needs Better Integration of Sectors underlines that dealing with problems such as hunger, poverty, climate change and increasing demands on... more

    Date publishing: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 - 00:00
  • Channel: RSS FAO FORIS

    In order to succeed, restoration initiatives need to engage a range of stakeholders, from policy-makers to local communities and from governments to the private sector. This is one of the main threads running through the articles in issue 245 of Unasylva, FAO’s forestry journal, released on 5 December on the theme of Forest and landscape restoration (FLR).

    Bringing together case studies from different continents and biomes, the... more

    Date publishing: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 - 00:00
  • Channel: RSS FAO FORIS

    Monday 7 December, Paris: At the Nature-based Solutions Pavilion in Paris COP 21, the French Facility for Global Environment and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations will be showcasing the importance of Mediterranean forests, today and for future generations.

    Mediterranean forests provide many goods and services to local communities – food, fuelwood, fodder for cattle, cork,... more

    Date publishing: Sunday, December 6, 2015 - 00:00
  • Channel: RSS FAO FORIS

    5 December 2015, Paris – More than USD 300 billion are needed per year to restore the world’s degraded land in order to achieve a new Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target by 2030, according to a new publication by the Food and Agriculture Organization and the Global Mechanism of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification... more

    Date publishing: Saturday, December 5, 2015 - 00:00
  • Channel: EU JRC news

    The European Commission Initiative on Breast Cancer (ECIBC) will ensure and harmonise the quality of breast cancer services across European countries. It will apply scientific evidence for guidelines on care provision and support the implementation of those guidelines via a quality assurance scheme. What’s unique and new is that it will encompass all stages of the breast cancer care pathway, from screening, diagnosis and treatment to end-of-life care.

    Date publishing: Friday, December 4, 2015 - 17:00
  • Channel: EU JRC news

    The first pan-European personal data breach exercise helped identify best practises to improve collaboration between Member States in case of cross-border personal data breaches events. The analysis of the exercise results will provide valuable insight on the technical and organisational challenges that these types of incidents present to the European data protection community.

    Date publishing: Friday, December 4, 2015 - 10:07
  • Channel: EU JRC news

    The overwhelming majority of soil resources across the globe are in poor condition and their health is worsening, according to the first global status report on soil resources, which is being presented today in Rome in anticipation of the World Soil Day (5 December). The JRC provided extensive contributions, particularly on the regional assessment of soils in Europe. The World Soil resources report is one of the main achievements of the Global Soil Partnership (GSP) in the context of the... more

    Date publishing: Friday, December 4, 2015 - 08:57

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