FORRISK and PLURIFOR stephanie.hayes Mon, 12.09.2019 - 14:40
Contributing to risk management for forest areas susceptible to biotic and abiotic hazards
INTEGRAL: a unique example of future-orientated risk integration in forest of the Landes region stephanie.hayes Fri, 12.06.2019 - 14:24
The European project, INTEGRAL, was a unique chance to illustrate and quantify the impact of decisions made by policymakers and stakeholders in the context of planted forest restoration in the aftermath of the 2009 wind storm.
Wind Risk to Forests and Trees: Transferring Knowledge to Practitioners stephanie.hayes Tue, 12.03.2019 - 09:50
Workshop for professional arborists and managers responsible for tree safety - direct interaction with practitioners which is invaluable for researchers
To what extent could reforestation stop climate change? Jose.Bolanos Mon, 07.29.2019 - 11:18
Our principal scientist, Marcus Lindner, discusses the impacts of large-scale tree restoration to stop climate change in a blog post.
Understanding the interactions between wind and trees: an introduction to the IUFRO 8th Wind and Trees Conference (2017)Minna.Korhonen Wed, 07.17.2019 - 06:13
Sound Reporting Co-lab Minna.Korhonen Tue, 07.09.2019 - 05:43
A media support initiative for sound and science based storytelling
Joint EFIPLANT & IEFC Annual Meeting 2019: Facilitating international cooperation between scientists and with stakeholders on planted forest issues Marta.Briones Mon, 07.08.2019 - 09:36
The two-day event- also included the Final Conference of the PLURIFOR, a European funded project that has been a successful example of cross-border cooperation considering that forest hazards are a common threat to south-west European forests and they do not have administrative limits.
An International Summer School teaches innovative tools to manage European forests in a sustainable and resilient manner Marta.Briones Fri, 07.05.2019 - 14:56
This year´s international summer school provided an ideal environment for sharing knowledge and experience across Europe and further afield, and for developing strong peer groups in the forestry community who will be able to support each other in the future.