Knowledge Transfer – Create

Over many years, systematic processes have been developed at the UFZ to synthesise scientific results from different disciplines with practical knowledge. As a result, no fewer than 21 different knowledge synthesis methods are available and can be used for political processes in order to establish efficient stakeholder-science interfaces with our partners.

Selected activities:

Logo BNE The Competence Centre on Education - Sustainability - Municipality (BiNaKom) aims to make a significant contribution to structurally anchoring Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) at the municipal level. The aim is to link approaches and initiatives on ESD more closely with data-based municipal education management and to optimise processes onsite on an empirical basis.

Head: Prof. Dr. Dieter Rink
Duration: July 2020 - June 2023

Logo Bio-Mo-D Within the Bio-Mo-D project, are assessing how national and corporate economic accounting and reporting can be further developed to include biodiversity and ecosystem service indicators. The aim of the project is to assess and support the development of approaches for the accounting and ultimately valuation of biodiversity and ecosystem services at governmental and corporate level. It aims to contribute to processes of standardization, to support the ongoing dialogue between corporate and government stakeholders and to identify potential synergies between corporate and national accounting.

Contact: Dr. Johannes Förster
Duration: October 2021 - September 2024

Logo BonaRes Bonares stands for "Soil as a Sustainable Resource for the Bioeconomy". This initiative, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), focuses on the sustainable use of soil as a scarce resource. The aim of BonaRes is to expand the scientific understanding of soil ecosystems and to improve the productivity of soils and their other functions, as well as to develop new strategies for the sustainable use and management of soils.

Coordinator: Dr. Ute Wollschläger
Duration: October 2015 - April 2024