Guidelines portal

This ‘Guidelines Portal’ compiles publications and websites providing best practice and guidelines about Transport Ecology topics produced in different countries.
Filter tool facilitates the selection of resources by country and language for each category (publications and websites).

Complementary info: aims to provide free resources for those involved in any types of linear infrastructure and transport in order to include the world’s best ecological-practice in projects.
Country: World

Complementary info: GCLIE will compliment the existing continental conferences on transportation ecology, through providing a platform that allows focus on broader, higher-level, global issues and policies that can influence national and international knowledge sharing and bring about positive change.
Country: World

Complementary info: EU-funded BISON project that will identify future research and innovation needs for a better integration of biodiversity with infrastructure planning, construction, operation and decommissioning.
Country: Europe

Complementary info: The 'Trame verte et blue' is a network made up of terrestrial and aquatic ecological continuities identified by regional schemes as well as by planning documents of the national and local authorities.
Country: France

Complementary info: IENE is a network of experts working with various aspects of transportation, infrastructure and ecology.
Country: Europe

Complementary info: ICOET is an interdisciplinary, interagency supported conference addressing the broad range of ecological issues related to transportation systems in all modes.
Country: World

Complementary info: A professional network dedicated to the research, design and implementation of environmentally-sensitive linear infrastructure (roads, rail and utility easements) across Australasia.
Country: Australia

Complementary info: Is the Swedish Transport Agency's research program on the impact of transport infrastructure on biodiversity and landscape ecology
Country: Sweden

Complementary info: Saferoad will help establish a sustainable green infrastructure across Europe, by identifying cost-efficient and ecologically-effective mitigation strategies and maintenance practices to reduce road-wildlife conflicts
Country: Europe

Complementary info: The Harmony project brings together a consortium of ecologists and engineers to develop ways to address the environmental responsibilities of road authorities, in a balanced and cost-effective way.
Country: Europe


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