Youth Forest Policy DaysOnline event
This is a conference-like online event organized by the International Forestry Students' Association (IFSA). The objective is to enable the youth community to exchange knowledge and gain more insights about international forest policies. The conference will have well-known forest policy experts that will explain how forest policy works and bring real world examples. It is […]
SILVA Network Annual Conference: Communication – a neglected topic in higher forestry education and further education?University of Sopron - SOE, Faculty of Forestry, Sopron Bajcsy-Zsilinszky street 4., Sopron, Hungary
Human life on Earth can only be sustained with the survival and proper functioning of natural systems, especially forests. However, large-scale deforestation and forest degradation takes place in many countries in the world. In other parts of the World, the unstoppable process of urbanization increasingly leads to the physical and mental separation of people from nature. More and more this is resulting in total refusal of active measures in forests aiming at wood production. In political decision-making and economic processes, you barely find representatives of forest related sciences. While we are exceeding the limits of our planet's carrying capacity, awareness of that wicked problem is limited and nature-based solutions are underrepresented in the political discussions on problem solving.