Coordinated by the European Forest Institute, this facility connects forward-thinking regions across Europe to work together to unlock regional potential through international exchange on the forest circular bioeconomy. the three founding regions are the Basque Country (Spain), North Karelia (Finland), and North Rhine-Westphalia, (Germany).
We provide support and promote the dissemination of scientifically sound policy-relevant information on forests and forestry.
We provide interdisciplinary and cross-sector research on forest resources, products and services on a pan-European level.
We have representatives from forest research, industry, forest owners and international forest-related organisations.
Regional action towards a circular bioeconomy took the spotlight at this year’s European Week of Regions and Cities.