The main aim of the project is summarized in three basic axis:
Field work was conducted in areas chosen through standard international methodology. A technical guide was created which included specific proposals for targeted, non-interventional restructure of agricultural landscape elements, in order to create biodiversity hot-spots. Through these practices which are aligned with the target of the new CAP which is to halt biodiversity loss by 2020, it is aimed to produce effective in-situ agro-environmental schemes (Pillar I & Pillar II of the CAP) depending on the particularities of each region. The absence of specified and effective agro-environmental schemes applied from each member country until now, is the main reason for biodiversity loss in European agricultural ecosystems.