The European Forest Institute (EFI) is looking for candidates to fulfil one (1) Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) membership.
The Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) contributes to the research and policy support activities of EFI. Its work includes anticipating future research needs, stimulating research and study initiatives, and monitoring EFI's activities. The SAB works as an independent body and it reports to the Board of EFI.
EFI Director Marc Palahí was one of the panellists at the Russia-Finland Business Roundtable at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF2019). In his address, Palahí pointed out that bioeconomy and circular economy need to form together the basis for a new economic model that replaces our current linear fossil economy and supports the transition towards a carbon neutral economy by 2050 – circular bioeconomy. This requires not only transitioning to renewable energy but also replacing fossil products and non-renewable materials by renewable options.
May’s edition of EFI Network News from the Mediterranean Facility features the research analysis on the economic value of mushroom picking in Catalonia, the first cross-cutting seminar of the Innovation Networks of Cork, Resins and Edibles in the Mediterranean basin (INCREDIBLE) project in Italy, the creation of the first voluntary carbon market in Spain as well as other articles reporting the international forest regime complex, forest fires pr
The Board of EFI has awarded Mr Persson an EFI Fellowship, for his outstanding leadership of ThinkForest, and his contribution to EFI becoming recognised as a leading science-policy platform.