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Partners from International Center for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM-IAMM) oversee Taks 2.4: Assess co-benefits of pollinators restoration measures, 3.3: Assess direct and indirect impacts of restoration measures on bio-economy, and 4.1: Establish Living Labs (LL) and provide case study and living lab areas. Partners from École nationale supérieure de formation de l'enseignement agricole (ENSEFA) oversee leading WP 3: Assessing socio-economic co-benefits, barriers, and incentives for pollinator restoration, including Tasks 3.1: Assess the perception of potential adopters of RestPoll restoration measures in case-study areas and 3.2: Develop a novel instrument based on Payments for Restoration-mediated Pollination Services (PRPS), along with 6.4: Support trans- and multi-disciplinary training, networking events and teaching material for various stakeholder groups and provide case study and living lab areas. Partners from Toulouse Institute of Technology (INPT) oversee Task 1.2: Standardise survey and pollination experiments and integration to long-term monitoring of wild pollinators and provide case study and living lab areas. Partners from French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE) and Association de Developpement, d'Amenagement et de Services en Environnement et en Agriculture du Gers (adasea32) (ADASEA DU GERS) provide case study and living lab areas.

Partners from all over the world

24 research institutions, two ministries, three partners from industry, one NGO and one national park from a total of 16 countries are directly involved in the project.