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Creating green corridors under overhead lines

Suivi des sites LIFE: Indicateurs biologiques

Rapport 2019 sur l'évolution des sites restaurés

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Final conference in Paris

A total of 124 participants registered for the final conference of the LIFE Elia-RTE project co-organised by the LIFE and RTE team on December 20th 2017 in Paris, in the Amphithéâtre du...

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Final conference in Namur

After 6.5 years of LIFE project, this conference is the occasion to show the genesis of the project, the actions carried out and also the very positive interactions set up with the various partners....

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Project Actions


Currently, in the majority of our work areas, the corridors created in the forests to allow the...

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This action aims to help safeguard and increase the number of very local species of fruit trees....

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Peatlands, moors

Moors and peatlands are some of the most threatened habitats in Western Europe. Not only are they...

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In the forest environment, ponds are relatively rare habitats. They become filled in naturally...

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Invasive species

The spread of invasive species is a phenomenon that is increasingly growing thanks to both the...

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In the wettest and most open areas at the bottom of valleys, generally occupied by megaforbs (wet...

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Simple flower meadows

In agricultural areas the benefits from fertilisers have been causing natural meadows to disappear...

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Gérard Jadoul
General coordination


Christophe Bauffe
Actions coordination


Jean-François Godeau
Scientific coordination and mapping


Simon de Voghel
European Networking and Communication


Sébastien Pirot
Field operator


Mathieu Derume
Field operator


Pierre Clerx
Field operator


Johan Mortier
Account manager at Elia