Practical approaches to transnational research proposal writing in the area of sustainable forest management
27-29 June 2017, Minsk, Belarus
The aim of this initiative is capacity building, better integration of young forestry researchers from North African Mediterranean countries (they include Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Turkey as FORESTERRA partners (www.foresterra.eu ), Libya and Egypt), Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine) and Russia into the transnational research community, share practical experiences; develop skills that translate knowledge into effective actions.
How to apply?
send an e-mail providing a motivation letter, a CV and a recommandation letter to:
The deadline to submit your application is 1O May 2017.
European Forest Institute
Phone: +358 (0)50 568 8110
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SUMFOREST stands for: SUstainable forest management; Multifunctional Forestry, European Forest Policy. Climatic and environmental changes lead to socio-economic and land-use changes and pose challenges for multifunctional demands on European forest resources and their sustainable management.
European forests consist of a wide tree species and ecosystem diversity with different goods and services. Thus, they are affected differently by climate and land-use changes. The current forest policy environment in the European Union and the formulation of forest policies is fragmented, complex and sometimes contradictory.
The aim of this transnational ERA-NET is reinforcing scientific cooperation on European forests, which will also build new cooperation arrangements with EU neighbourhood regions, aiming at a reduced fragmentation and maximised impact of research activities on sustainable forest management and multifunctional forestry.
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