Planted forest : The big opportunity for forest recovery in Chile and Uruguay Marta.Briones Tue, 02.26.2019 - 08:44
Today, three private companies own over half of the planted forests in Chile, resulting in an industry concentration that clearly differs from the path followed by other neighbouring countries which are equally dependant on planted forests including exotic species, such as the state policy of Uruguay.

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PLURIFOR: A project for the future of our forests

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Published on 30.11.2018

Use of machine learning techniques to model wind damage to forests

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Bordeaux, France, 04.06.2019 - 05.06.2019

PLURIFOR Final Meeting

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12.11.2018

Great news from PLURIFOR!

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23.08.2018

2018 EFIPLANT & IEFC Annual Meeting

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STORMS - Destructive Storms in European Forests – Past and Forthcoming Impacts

The project aimed  to understand the nature of the wind damage risk to European forest, how this risk might change, the social, environmental and economic impacts of that change and the role policy instruments can play in reducing that risk and speeding up recovery following storm events.

The final results of the projects are available here: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/forests/fprotection.htm (last visited 27.7.2018)