Wednesday, May 26, 2021
09:30 – 12:00 (WEST), 10:30 – 13:00 (CEST)
- Farming practices in Southern Europe with sustainable water use and farmland habitat management
- Increasing sustainability standards through trade deals
- A chance to tour the virtual venue and visit InnoForESt on the exhibition stand, download recipes and network with colleagues in the virtual lounge
For more details on this event click here.
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After 3 years of hard work, the Horizon 2020 InnoForESt project is coming to an end, so it is time to celebrate and share the successful results achieved. The InnoForESt Consortium invites you to our Final Conference which will take place on 28 October 2020 online.
Are you an entrepreneur, forest owner or manager, NGO, researcher, local, national or EU-level policymaker or just interested in the forest ecosystem services? Save your seat by following the registration link.
Do not miss the opportunity to be part of this great event!
Unfortunately because of the current COVID-19 situation and the recommendation of German and also other governments (not to travel to Czech Republic), we have to cancel the Excursion to German and Czech IR.
We hope we will have other opportunity to visit both IRs, but likely not in the frame of InnoForESt project.
The InnoForESt consortium invites you to register for our upcoming event: “Multi-stakeholder dialogue on smart information, governance and business innovations for forest ecosystem services provision”, an online workshop. Join us to discuss central findings from Innovation Regions, lessons learned from accompanying research and project recommendations.
Save your seat by following registration link:
Please join us 15 minutes before to check for any technical issues before we begin at 9:30.
InnoForESt will be participating as one of this year’s Science is Wonderful! projects as part of the European Research & Innovation Days. The event will highlight 40 research projects funded by the European Union that impact citizens’ lives. It will address the development of solutions to the COVID-19 crisis and its aftermath, as well as the priorities that are at the core of both European and Global recovery efforts – such as the European Green Deal.
This year, the event will be open to schools and public from all over Europe through a dedicated online platform, where they will be able to meet and talk to researchers, ask them questions, perform their own scientific experiments, play games and watch an array of online activities in different languages.
The online science exhibition will take place online between 22 and 24 September 2020. You can find more information about the online event here.
Earth System Governance in turbulent times: prospects for political and behavioral responses
2020 Bratislava Conference on Earth System Governance, will be held on 15-17 September 2020 in Bratislava, the Slovak Republic. The conference is hosted by SLOVAKGLOBe, Slovak Academy of Sciences and Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava and the CETIP together with the Earth System Governance Project.
The 2020 Bratislava Conference will be organized around the five analytical lenses structuring the new earth system governance research agenda, as captured in the 2018 Science and Implementation Plan; and a sixth stream focusing on specific issues and challenges concerning the current moment of crisis, contestation, and calls for action across the globe.
The 2020 Bratislava Conference stands in a long tradition of global conferences on earth system governance, from Amsterdam (2007) and 2009) to Colorado (2011), Lund (2012), Tokyo (2013), Norwich (2014), Canberra (2015), Nairobi (2016), Lund (2017), Utrecht (2018) and Oaxaca (2019).
More information can be found here.
UPDATE: Unfortunately, our event on March 30 for the InnoForESt project has been cancelled with the possibility of postponement.
We hope to see you at a later date for this event, or our Final Conference in October.
Organisers: CEPF, COPA-COGECA, ELO and EUSTAFOR
Forests and the forest-based sector are recognised as essential players in responding to major societal expectations, such as those enshrined in Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement as well as the objectives of the European Green Deal. It is therefore important that all opportunities and challenges faced by the forest sector are taken into account in the policy debate on the future of forests and forestry in the EU.
In this context, the forestry sector welcomes the steps of European Parliament to elaborate an initiative report on EU forests and is taking crucial steps to raise awareness on the multiple benefits provided by forests in terms of economic, environmental and social values. Collaboration between policymakers, forest owners and managers as well as down-stream value chain and forestry research are crucial to optimize these benefits derived from sustainable forest management. A robust EU Forest Strategy post-2020 should play a central role to this end.
This joint event provides an opportunity to present the multiple benefits of forests and to engage forest owners and managers into an open dialogue with the European policy and decision makers as well as with other stakeholders involved in the European forest-based sector.
The discussion will focus on:
– Explaining the multifunctionality of forests based on the 3 pillars of sustainability (economic, environmental and social values) through concrete examples.
– Underlining the need for an EU holistic approach in light of diverse challenges and demands (the role of a post 2020 EU Forest Strategy).
Please find the invitation below and the registration link here.