The MaGICLandscapes project has now finished. During its implementation, the project achieved all of its objectives. It introduced to the green infrastructure concept and its benefits across five central European countries and in nine case study areas. Throughout the project partners worked together in close cooperation with local and regional stakeholders. This collaboration aided in the refinement of the tools and strategies developed during the project, ensuring they were both useful and usable.
This cooperation and the application of the tools developed in the project led to the production of nine Green Infrastructure Strategies and associated action plans in the nine case study areas. The flexibility of the tools which you can find here on this website are transferable outside of the project’s study areas, indeed they can be applied anywhere should you wish to develop your own green infrastructure strategy or perform an analysis of the green infrastructure resource in which you are interested. The wide variety of themes and priorities identified in the nine strategies further reinforces the transferability and flexibility of the tools.
All the outputs from the project are available to download from this website. Should you have any questions about the project, please use the contacts at the foot of the page.
We would like to thank all those who participated in the project, especially the stakeholders, without whom the project’s legacy would be limited. It is our sincerest hope that you can find some inspiration from the work that was carried out in MaGICLandscapes.
6.9 Million Euros
GI assessment Tools
This gallery introduces particular benefits of green infrastructure (GI) including examples from the project’s case study areas and across central Europe. You can download each benefit postcard as pdf. Right mouse click on the pdf link to open the benefit postcard in a new tab.
Photo credits - Agroforestry: Wolfram Kudlich; Pedalling by the Po: Politecnico di Milano/VENTO gruppo di ricerca; Monastical forests: Stift Altenburg; For locals from locals: Green City e.V.; Making the most of meadows: Henning Haase; Agricultural parks: Parco Agricolo Sud Milano; Tree planting: Sazíme stromy z.ú.; Mowers on the move: Barbara Wieniawska-Raj; From refugee to reserve: Simone Ciadamidaro; People, peas and places: Elisabeth Meyer-Renschhausen; Recovery and recreation: Alberto Tamietti; Pollution and preservation: Ondřej Prosický/KRNAP; Pannonian landscapes: Margit Gross; Discovering nature: Anke Hahn.