GLOBIO is available for individual countries to support their own national environmental assessments.
Organizations using GLOBIO on the national scale are typically policy-supporting governmental agencies, NGOs, national and regional research institutes and universities. In turn, these partners often work with other organizations, including those in neighboring countries, bringing together all available information and expertise and disseminating the results obtained.
An important requirement for the successful use of GLOBIO on the national or landscape scale is the availability of detailled data on historical and current land use. In addition a national road map is needed.
For countries who want to carry out a national or landscape assessment, a GLOBIO modelling course and additional support could be offered. Since 2002 capacity building projects have taken place in more than twenty countries.
A national GLOBIO modelling course typically consists of three modules: