We would like to invite you again to join the upcoming GreenRisk4ALPs Mountain Forest Conference (https://cmi.eventsair.com/greenrisk4alps/), which will be held online on June 28 and 29, 2021.
The conference is promoting risk-based protective forest management as part of an integral and ecosystem-based natural hazard risk management in the Alpine Space. We will share new insights and developed decision support tools and discuss with representatives from organizations and networks such as the Alpine Convention, EUSALP, GLOMOS, IUCN, IUFRO, PLANALP, and the Interreg Alpine Space program.
This virtual conference will be held under the auspices of the IUFRO Division 8.03.00 - Natural Hazards and Risk Management, and the IUFRO Unit 8.03.02 - Snow and Avalanches, and is free of charge.
We are looking forward to seeing many of you online!
Michaela Teich & the Organizing Team:
Anne Hormes and Jan-Thomas Fischer, Austrian Research Centre for Forests (BFW)
Fred Berger, National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE)
Jean Pierre Fosson and Paolo Perret, Safe Mountain Foundation (FMS)
Kilian Heil, Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Regions and Tourism (BMLRT)
Stefan Steger, EURAC Research
Dr. Michaela Teich
Austrian Research Centre for Forests (BFW)
Department of Natural Hazards
Division of Snow and Avalanche
Hofburg | Rennweg 1 | A - 6020 Innsbruck
+43 664 885 082 87
We are inviting you to share this with interested students.
Check out our website (QR code) and the attached poster for more
With best regards,
Technische Universität Dresden
Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Institute of International Forestry and Forest Products
Chair of Tropical Forestry
01062 Dresden, Germany
Tel.: +49 351 463-31851
Fax.: +49 351 463-31820
Office: Cotta-Bau, Room 0.14
Join IUFRO-WFSE hybrid event at the World Forestry Congress Korea: FOREST RESTORATION - A FEASIBLE PATHWAY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT?
Monday May 2, 2022 from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM (Korean Standard Time / UTC+9)
Venue on site: Conference Room 317B
For joining the event online, please register here: https://kyoto-u-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMkf-2srzosGtMZIr_gquy-kEUKUb…<https://eur03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fkyoto-u-e…>
Ambitious forest restoration targets have been set by organizations, governments and other national parties. Different initiatives emphasize different goals, like mitigating climate change, restoring ecosystem integrity and functionality, and benefits to rural dwellers. This session takes a critical look at the global forest restoration project by addressing some fundamental questions. How feasible are the proposed forest restoration goals and targets? What are the links between forest restoration, biodiversity and ecosystem services? Who benefits from forest restoration and how and who bears the costs? How can environmental justice principles be upheld in profoundly different political, social and cultural settings? How will the complex interplay of ecological, social and economic factors that determine restoration feasibility, changing global environmental priorities, and the anticipated increasing impact of climate change influence alternative forest restoration pathways and scenarios? The session is based on the forthcoming book by IUFRO-WFSE: Restoring forests and trees for sustainable development - Policies, practices, impacts and ways forward.
* Wil de Jong, Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University, Japan; Adjunct professor, Renmin University of China
* Daniela Kleinschmit, Professor, University of Freiburg, Germany
* Sabaheta Ramcilovic-Suominen, Associate Professor, Natural Resources Institute Finland
* Koen Kramer, Professor, Wageningen University; Land Life Company, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
* Pablo Pacheco, Dr, Global Forest Lead Scientist, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Washington DC; Senior Associate, Center for International Forestry
Research (CIFOR), Indonesia
posted by IUFRO Headquaters on behalf of:
Pia Katila, Dr.
Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke)
Coordinator, IUFRO WFSE
tel: +358 40 801 5331