On 24 June, the Integrate Network facilitated by the European Forest Institute organised the first Integrate Webinar. The webinar focused on the European Green Deal and its impacts on forest management and protection in Europe, with a special focus on the integration of biodiversity conservation into sustainable forest management – which is the main focus of the Network.
EFIMED’s June newsletter is now available. In this issue readers will enjoy as a top story the article by EFI’s director Marc Palahí where he addresses the needs to change our economic model towards a circular bioeconomy to face the coming crises with greater resilience and to stop the destruction of our ecosystems.
An article published in Solutions Journal sets out a 10-point Action Plan to create a circular bioeconomy devoted to sustainable wellbeing.
The COVID-19 crisis and future recovery presents a unique opportunity to transition towards a sustainable wellbeing economy centered around people and nature. The Action Plan is a call for global, holistic and transformative action to put the world on a sustainable path, and features the latest scientific insights and breakthrough technologies from a number of disciplines and sectors.
The last edition of EFIMED’s newsletter is actively asking for our Mediterranean community's participation! During these last months of confinement due to COVID-19 many projects have launched surveys and questionnaires in order to analyse the effects of this situation on the forest sector.
Forest Europe (formerly known as the Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe - MCPFE and established on 18 December 1990) is Europe´s high level political process that develops common strategies for its 47 signatories (46 European countries and the European Union) on sustainable management of forests (including the protection of forests) in the Pan-European region.
EFI has selected eight young researchers as Short-term Mobility (STM) grantees in the 2020 call.
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What is the future of forest-related employment and education in different countries around the globe? What are green jobs? Are there changes in forest sector employment? What are the major drivers of these changes – and how does tertiary education respond to them? These questions were discussed at the Bonn expert’s workshop that took place from the 18th to 19th November 2019 at the European Forest Institute (EFI) Bonn Office.