GrünSchatz - Wild flower mixtures for biogas production
Driven by the global markets, the move away from fossil fuels and the support instruments of agriculture and the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG), both new animal fattening facilities and biogas plants have established themselves in the landscape. With them, the area under maize, the number of biogas plants and the installed electrical capacity increased. The changes in the landscape that can already be observed today are so far-reaching that from the point of view of almost all actors (agriculture, nature conservation, tourism, hunting, beekeeping, science, politics, regional development) there is an urgent need for action.
The GrünSchatz project aims to find innovative and exemplary solutions to conflicts that arise from the diverse demands on the landscape.
Project site (de)
Duration 2015 - 2019