BOTANICA SUDAVICA – one of the best projects of EEA Grants Foundation

On 28th of June Vytautas Magnus University delegate were asked to present EEA grants and Norway grants funded project Estimation of the Impact of Climate Change on the Biological Diversity in the South-Western Lithuania and Development of Measures for Adjustment (Botanica sudavica) Nr. EEE-LT03-AM-01-K-01-010

Goals of the project:

  • To determine the impact of climate change on plant biodiversity in south-western Lithuanian forest, wetlands, meadows, inland bodies of water, and heath
  • To develop practical methodological and organizational conditions to better protect the botanical diversity in the territory of the project.
  • To develop a theoretical methodological and organizational conditions to better preserve plant biodiversity.

As a result of the project You can find an e-book on page:


The project was implemented in 2015-2016, amounting to 185,000 EUR.

The project BOTANICA SUDAVICA one of the best implemented projects of the EEA funds, was presented at the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania for 2009-2014. At the closing event of the European Economic Area and Norwegian Financial Mechanisms, where we had the opportunity to rejoice ourselves and colleagues in project-scientific achievements.




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