7th IUFRO International Workshop on the Genetics of Tree-Parasite Interactions in Forestry Understanding forest tree-antagonistic interactions in a changing worldRead more about the event here.
The SIFER event is a doctoral course which aims to provide a broad introduction to the use of stable isotopes in forest ecosystem research.
Registration will open in March, 2021.
Programme and more information available here.
The Summere School is designed for PhD students, young researchers, and Master's students interested in understanding the biology and the epidemiology of emerging pests and diseases in temperature forests, and gaining insight into the consequences for forest management.
The summer school is organised by AgroParisTech, INRAE, Université de Lorraine (France).
Further information about registration and participation here.
The first International Plant Health Conference will be convened in Helsinki on 28 June - 1 July 2021 on the theme “Protecting Plant Health in a Changing World”. Hosted by the government of Finland, the Conference will be one of the key events of the International Year of Plant Health.
The following four themes will be discussed in a series of workshops, scientific and regulatory symposia and side events:
- plant health and international trade;
- the potential of plant health to contribute to a hunger-free world;
- plant health’s contribution to climate action and the preservation of life on land;
- plant health and development.
The conference aims to attract participants at a scientific, technical and regulatory level, in addition to a general audience of concerned citizens.
For further information and registration follow the link - http://www.fao.org/plant-health-2020/events/events-detail/en/c/1250609/.
The XV World Forestry Congress - Building a Green, Healthy and Resilient Future with Forests is going to focus on the topics of bioeconomy and forest resilience.
Information about the conference and participation could be found on the WFC2021 website.
The European Forest Institute (EFI), the European Forum on Urban Forestry (EFUF) and the Horizon 2020 CLEARING HOUSE project will host two days of integrated activities on urban forestry (March 23-24 2021). The online event is targeted at advanced practitioners, established researchers, sector leading policymakers and those wishing to learn of the latest developments in Europe and beyond. A special focus for this conference is Sino-Europe collaboration. The conference will be run in English with Mandarin translation.
Further information here.
On 19 March 2021 at 12:00-16:15 UTC, EFI, the recently-merged Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) and World Agroforestry (ICRAF), and the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra, in collaboration with the Global Landscape Forum (GLF) and the Sustainable Markets Initiative Circular Bioeconomy Alliance (SMI CBA), will host the world's first conference examining the forest-based bioeconomy with a focus on the Global South.
This half-day digital forum will bring together investors, scientists, forestry, agroforestry and landscape experts, practitioners, community and business leaders and policy makers to explore what it will take to shift to a circular bioeconomic model that supports people and planet, putting nature at the heart of how we operate.
For more information and registration click here.