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FTP Conference Vision 2040: The future role of the forest bioeconomy in Europe

International speakers will discuss the future of Bioeconomy, Sustainable Development Goals, Research and Innovation needs of the Forest-based Sector in Europe (20th November 2018)  >>>
SINSOIL - Measuring Greenhouse Gases in Singapur

With the SINSOIL the first baseline data on soil GHG emissions from a natural forest land and an urban parkland under commonly used management practices over a one year period will be collected.  >>>
Promoting climate change adaptaion in forests ecosystems with suitable forest seed and seedlings

Guiding the selection and utilization of appropriate forest planting material under climate change requires a transnational approach. The SUSTREE project investigates the "natural" borders of trees. >>>
Conference "Preparing Europe for invasion
by the beetles emerald ash borer and bronze birch borer"

1st announcement for the Conference "Preparing Europe for invasion by the beetles emerald ash borer and bronze birch borer", two major tree-killing pests, to be held in Vienna, Austria, on 1-4  >>>
Sexuality vs. Sexuality Asexuality: The Importance of the Reproduction Mode for the dissemination of species

As part of an FWF project, Christoph Dobe¨ examines the importance of the reproductive system for the geographical and ecological distribution of species. >>>
The genetics of fragmented populations

The conservation of genetic diversity is one major goal of species protection. Christoph Dobe¨ developed a simulation which is intended to strengthen the understanding of this complex question.  >>>
Video: Impact of Climate Change in Africa

Using the example of the tree species Prosopis africana in Burkina Faso, the film produced by BFW gives an overview of the current situation of forest and forestry in West Africa. >>>
Green areas have a positive impact on human health

Green spaces, especially forests, are good for human health. Prescribed stays in green areas can reduce the costs for health care. >>>
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