Pan-European Network for Climate Adaptive Forest Restoration and Reforestation
Started in 2020
We would like to invite you to the 4th International Conference “WOOD – SCIENCE – ECONOMY. Sustainable forestry and forests – opportunities and constraints under climate change”.
The conference will be held in Poznań, Poland on September 14-16, 2022.
The organizers of the conference are Łukasiewicz – Poznań Institute of Technology and Poznań University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology.
The partners of the conference are the DREMA (International Trade Fair of Machines, Tools and Components for the Wood and Furniture Industries) and the State Forests.
Early bird fee (for participation in the 1st and 3rd day of the conference paid by August 16, 2022) – €156.
Regular fee (for participation in the 1st and 3rd day of the conference paid from August 17, 2022) – €180.
Field trip (optional) on the 2nd day of the conference: €40.
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The COST Academy will organise a webinar on the Network of Actions (NoA) against Covid-19 on Wednesday 27 April 2022 between 10:00-11:30 CET.
The webinar will present the formation and growth of the NoA, and highlight some examples of COST Actions that are working on their Action topics in very different fields of research within the framework of the NoA.
Please join us online on 27 April 2022 between 10-11:30 CET by registering using the link and password below to hear more about the network and the example Actions.
Registration link: COST Academy Webinar on COST Network of Actions against COVID-19 – COST
The PEN-CAFoRR network of experts from Europe and beyond responding to challenges by addressing the entire cycle of forest restoration and reforestation in different ecosystems, by broadening the dissemination of knowledge, and by facilitating an increased scale of planning and implementation of CAFoRR programs.
Many international efforts are aimed at restoring deforested and degraded lands. Compared to existing efforts, a vital and innovative approach of PEN-CAFoRR Action is in assembling a wide international network of experts into interdisciplinary teams working intensively in Action’s Working Groups to meet the specific research objectives. PEN-CAFoRR Action’s activities will increase the mobility of researchers, especially young scientists with early-development careers and scientists from institutions with limited resources.