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    Webinar: How the heck did I end up here?

    Our brand new webinar series "From the roots to the canopy" will guide you through key FOREST EUROPE topics (see our Work Programme), and to the forest-related emerging issues  relevant at the pan-European level. This series will enhance cross-sectoral knowledge exchange and target different audiences with innovative and tempting debates! Join us and be part of this growth journey, “From the roots to the canopy”. The first webinar will take place in the framework of […]

    Expert Group Pan-European Forest Risk Mechanism

    Forest Europe invites the nominated experts to the first Expert Group meeting on the Forest Risk Knowledge Mechanism. The meeting will take place virtually on 19 January 2022 from 1.30 PM to 5 PM and 20 January 2022 from 9 AM to 12.30 PM CET. The preliminary agenda includes a comprehensive exchange on the concept […]

    Think Tank on Sustainable Forest Management

    The Think Tank consists of a FOREST EUROPE expert group composed of member state delegates, observers and experts, that will revisit SFM and its instruments. The first meeting will concentrate on the role of SFM in the current policy debate, its relation to other forest-related concepts and development needs of the SFM concept for the […]

    Webinar: Monitoring and Assessing Forest Health

    In order to unleash the full potential of forest monitoring and make well-informed forest policy, it is crucial to know what scientists bring to the table. In this webinar, we will look at the policy-making perspective of forest health monitoring, current criteria and indicators, and future needs for decision-making. At the same time, we will […]

    Forest skills to pay the bills! The juncture of education and employment

    Coex, Seoul, Republic of Korea: Conference Room 307A.

    The event will be organised as a 90-minute side event at the 15th World Forestry Congress. First, an overview on the state of play of green forest jobs within the pan European region will be presented by the Thünen Institute (Germany). This is followed by a series of dialogues by four representatives of different stakeholder […]

    Webinar: What’s forest education up to in Africa and Europe?

    Are you studying forestry or a forest-related field? Or are you teaching at a university in one of these fields? Great! You might be interested to know that FAO published six regional assessment reports on forest education around the globe in 2021. Those reports reflect on the current status and needs of formal forest education […]

    Expert Group meeting on the pan-European Forest Risk Knowledge Mechanism (FoRISK)

    The preliminary agenda will focus on a comprehensive exchange on the updated FoRISK concept paper including the proposal of the FoRISK Pilot implementation (to be circulated before the meeting). In this context, Forest Europe signatories and observers feedback will be summarized building on the guiding questions related to FoRISK concept paper (“Annex4-202201_Guiding_Questions_ConceptPaper-WS2_V0”) . In addition, […]

    ROSEWOOD 4.0: Fostering Innovation towards a more sustainable Forest Sector in Europe

    Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, Barcelona St. Antoni M. Claret, 167, 08025, Barcelona, Spain

    On 14-15 June the H2020 ROSEWOOD4.0 project will hold its final event in Barcelona, Spain (hosted in a hybrid format). The event is co-organised by the European Forest Institute (EFI) and Steinbeis Europe Zentrum (SEZ) and will consist of 3 sessions with innovation toward a more sustainable forestry sector in Europe as the cornerstone. Attendees will […]

    SILVA Network 2022 Conference: Higher Forestry education in times of multiple crises: crises as framework conditions, challenges and triggers for improvements

    Resilience is the ability to emerge stronger from crisis situations. But how resilient is higher education in forestry? How does teaching and learning about forests address or respond to crises? It could be said that higher education in forestry only really developed as a result of a crisis; in response to the devastation of forests […]