Call for Abstracts: Fourth Annual FLARE Network Meeting October 17-20, 2018 University of Copenhagen, Denmark The FLARE (Forests and Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement) network, supported by DFID and coordinated from the School for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan, is pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for our 4th annual meeting. This year?s meeting is being organized in partnership with the University of Copenhagen and the University of East Anglia, who will also host a special forum on Timber Legality on October 17, 2018 (http://symposium.prodjus.eu/) This year?s FLARE meeting will continue to elicit presentations around a variety of key topics in the field, but will also offer a pointed opportunity to share and discuss our successes and failures in research and in practice. Special Issue proposals from accepted papers are a possibility, and we welcome participant engagement in proposal development. The meeting will also feature workshops on ?Sharing research for impact? and on FLARE?s app-based tools (LivWell and CommFor), and we welcome abstracts for additional participant-facilitated workshops. Abstracts for oral presentations, lightning talks, panel sessions, posters, and workshops must address a meeting theme and follow the abstract guidelines. For theme descriptions, abstract guidelines, details about financial assistance for students and scholars from lower income countries, and to submit your abstract, please visit the meeting webpage: http://www.forestlivelihoods.org/annual-meeting-2018 Abstract submission deadline: April 1, 2018 Questions? Email email@example.com
Mon, 01 Oct 2018 - Fri, 05 Oct 2018, Organizer: IUFRO, Argentina, Posadas, Misiones. IUFRO 2018 - 15th Conference on Adaptive Management for Forested Landscapes in transformation
International Conference: Working Across Sectors to Halt Deforestation and Increase Forest Area - from Aspiration to Action
Tue, 20 Feb 2018 - Thu, 22 Feb 2018, Organizer: FAO/CPF, Italy, Rome, FAO, . International Conference: Working Across Sectors to Halt Deforestation and Increase Forest Area - from Aspiration to Action
On 7 February 2018, the REDD Research and Development Center of the FFPRI will hold the International Seminar "Key to expand REDD-plus - Approaches and Challenges for REDD-plus learned from practice in the field -" at International Conference Hall, Tokyo International Exchange Center. Register on-line at https://business.form-mailer.jp/fms/921b330575142 Download flyer at http://redd.ffpri.affrc.go.jp/events/seminars/_img/_20180207/REDD-plus_Int_Seminar_2018_en.pdf
Tue, 05 Dec 2017 - Tue, 05 Dec 2017, Organizer: COFO, COAG, COFI, CCP, Italy, Rome, FAO, Sheikh Zayed Centre. Council Side Event: "FAO Technical Committees and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development"
Why is agroforestry the future of agriculture? Find out in our AGFORWARD Final event at the European Parliament. 1+1=3 Agroforestry boosting revenues and resilience © AGFORWARD The European FP-7 project AGFORWARD ?AGroFORestry that Will Advance Rural Development? is coming to its end and is organising the final meeting at the European Parliament. Welcome to this important event to mainstream agroforestry! Join to hear and discuss how Agroforestry and European Research are boosting the revenues and resilience of European farmers. Date: 29 November 2017 Venue: József Antall 4Q2 European Parliament, Brussels Hosted by MEP Paul Brannen Register by 20 November to guarantee access.
Annual Conference of the Yale International Society of Tropical Foresters - Attending to Complexity in Tropical Forest Landscapes
The Yale Chapter of the International Society of Tropical Foresters (ISTF) is hosting their 24th Annual Conference titled ?Attending to Socio-ecological Complexity in Tropical Forest Landscapes?, which will take place February 1-3, 2018, at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies (New Haven, CT, USA). ISTF 2018 will delve in the complexity of tropical forest landscapes shaped by interacting ecological, social, and multi-dimensional processes. Complexity includes the dynamic ecologies, socio-political regimes, and diverse stakeholder perspectives that converge within any given tropical forest locale. The conference will bring together practitioners, academics, and forest users to explore the thought, experiences, and methods used for attending to the complexity of tropical forest landscapes. Through speakers, discussion groups, and workshops, we will investigate three aspects of complexity: ecological complexity, socio-political complexity, and the complexity of scale.