Learn about Biodiveristy-oriented premises (BOP)

From grey to green

Colourful nature instead of grey areas: The biodiversity-oriented design of business premises (BOP) is an approach to protecting biodiversity. In addition, BOPs are recreational areas and improve the well-being of employees!



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Measures at a glance.

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Our interactive infographic shows you which measures you can take to redesign your premises in a biodiversity-oriented way. Click on the button in…

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World Congress of Building Greening 2023

The World Congress of Building Greening 2023 in Berlin is a multi-day event concerning the greening of buildings (greening of roofs, façades…

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Conclusion: Multifunctional business premises for people and nature

Our international LIFE BooGI-BOP online seminar for facility managers took place on 18 February and a repetition and expansion of the range of international seminars is being planned.

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The Economics of Biodiversity. Dasgupta Review

First comprehensive economic framework of its kind for biodiversity. It calls for transformative change in how we think, act and measure economic success to protect and enhance our

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The importance of species diversity for human well-being in Europe

Nature affects human well-being in multiple ways. However, the association between species diversity and human well-being at larger spatial scales remains largely unexplored.

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EU LIFE Project

In the project LIFE BooGI-BOP seven European partners from Austria, Germany, Slovakia and Spain have teamed up to promote biodiversity-oriented design of business premises in Europe. Among other things, we support you by providing initial guidance that gives you a first impression of the design potential, the search for a suitable service provider for planning and implementation and credible communication.

The project EU LIFE BooGI-BOP (LIFE17 GIE/DE/000466) is funded by EU LIFE, the European Union’s funding instrument for the environment and climate action. 

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