We’ve launched a call for Board member candidate to be elected in 2018 EFI Annual Conference.
The Cabinet of Germany has officially approved the agreement with the European Forest Institute which provides a legal framework for its office in Bonn.
The Swedish Embassy in Helsinki together with EFI organised a discussion dinner on 4 April on the future of forest policy in Europe. The event was hosted by Ambassador Anders Ahnlid.
Forests have a transformational potential in moving towards a new economic paradigm, a tertium quid, where prosperity takes place within our planetary boundaries as result of a synergistic symbiosis between economy and ecology.
This year EFI granted the European Forest Island 2018 award to Sardinia. On 19 March 2018, EFI Director Marc Palahí presented the award to Francesco Pigliaru, the president of the autonomous region of Sardinia.
The Annual Conference takes place during the EFI Annual Conference week which is organised in co-operation with EFI member organisations.
Marcus Wallenberg Foundation, one of EFI's member organisations, invites nominations for the Marcus Wallenberg Prize.
How can scientists and practitioners collaborate to prevent wildfires, how can they react to storms and biological invasions? What role can forests play in global approaches to climate change policy? How can we integrate nature conservation in sustainable forest management strategies?
EFI, in collaboration with Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, brought together European and Russian representatives to discuss the opportunities of bioeconomy in policy, business, human capital development in a recent event.
The European Forest Institute has collaborated with European broadcaster Euronews on a ground-breaking 360-degree video on wildfires in Portugal.