DEFOR Marta.Briones Tue, 11.13.2018 - 09:43

A project focused on innovation transfer from the seed collection to the tree harvesting in south west Europe and was coordinated by IEFC.

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Concerted action on profitability of European forest Marta.Briones Tue, 11.13.2018 - 09:39
Initiated by EFI headquarters and aimed to produce regional studies on forest profitability in all European regions with the support of the regional offices and coordinated by EFIMED.
integral -Future-oriented integrated management of European Forest landscapes Marta.Briones Mon, 11.12.2018 - 15:56
The main objective of this project is to bring the landscape dimension closer to Europe. At the same time,the project provides demand-driven information for European policy decision makers on the challenges in forest management in 20 regions throughout Europe.
NNEXT - Non-native Tree Species for European Forests - Experiences, Risks and Opportunities Marta.Briones Mon, 11.12.2018 - 15:50
The management of tree species non-native to European geographical regions has a long tradition within forestry management practice.

REINFFORCE - Resource INFrastructures for monitoring, adapting and protecting European Atlantic FORests under Changing climatE

The REINFFORCE project pools the capacity of 12 forest organizations and research institutes along 4 countries (Portugal, Spain, France, and United Kingdom) to face the transnational issue of the adaptation to climate change impacts on Atlantic forests.

RAP - Realising Ash's Potential - Improving Fraxinus (Ash) Productivity for European Needs by Testing, Selection, Propagation and Promotion of Improved Genetic Resources - EFI Workpackage: Adoption and Utilisation Strategies

EFI's task in this project was to be in charge of the Work Package "Adaption and Utilisation Strategies". The main objectives therein are to a) identify the ways in which scientific results are adopted in forestry practice and b) development of new and improved strategies for knowledge transfer and adoption.

This project was carried out with the financial support from the Commission of the European Communities, DG Research - Quality of Life and Management of Living Resources Programme.