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FOREST EUROPE High-Level Talks
August 30, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
We are glad to invite you to a High-Level Policy Dialogue (HLPD) titled “Sustainable Forest Management: unlocking forest biodiversity’s potential” on 30 August 2022 (from 1 to 5 pm CEST).
FOREST EUROPE develops common strategies at the pan-European level for its 46 signatories on how to protect and sustainably manage their forests (www.foresteurope.org).
The HLPD 2022 is organised in line with the Bratislava Ministerial Declaration 2021 as well as the Forest Europe Work Programme priorities and follows guidance provided by the General Coordinating Committee (GCC).
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the event will be hybrid, with physical participation in Bonn, Germany, for panellists and keynote speakers only. FOREST EUROPE ministers responsible for forests and forestry as well as the observer organizations will be invited to this meeting. The interested public will be able to follow this event online.
We will discuss to what extent Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) can maintain and eventually enhance forest biological diversity while ensuring the balance with other forest ecosystem services.
Our panel discussions in Bonn will bring together ministers and other high-level policy makers with representatives of environmental organizations, forest managers, researchers, youth and landowners to provide a space for knowledge exchange and to promote common understanding and synergies in the pan-European region and beyond.
The event will have two consecutive panel discussions where ministers, their representatives and other participants can interact directly with high-level speakers during the discussion. To set the scene, renowned researchers will present a science-policy brief.
Check our HLPD website to stay updated. We will circulate more information including the registration link, soon.
For any further questions, you are welcome to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
We look forward to meeting you end of August.
Liaison Unit Bonn & European Forest Institute FE team.