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22 March: “Restoration of Native Woodlands and Sustainable Forestry”, IFLA Europe Talk

IFLA Europe organizes a 3rd online event ‘Talk with Prof Ása L. Aradóttir on Restoration of native woodlands and sustainable forestry, on the 22nd of March 2024 at 13h CET

Registration is required in advance for this event by following this link.

The guest in this third Talk is Prof Ása L. Aradóttir, Professor, Department of Environmental & Forest Science at the Agricultural University of Iceland. This event is organised by IFLA Europe Working Group on Agricultural Landscapes.


13:00 Welcome by Katerina Gkoltsiou, IFLA Europe President

13:10 Introduction on webinar series by Francesca Neonato, Chair, IFLA EU Agricultural Landscapes Working Group, AIAPP Italy
13:15 Presentation by Ása L. Aradóttir, Professor, Department of Environmental and Forest Science, Agricultural University of Iceland
13:30 Panel discussion
– Selma Pena, Linking Landscape, Environment, Agriculture and Food (LEAF), School of Agronomy (ISA), University of Lisbon
– Martin Pigeon, FERN Forest and Climate Campaigner
– Matt King, VESTRE on sustainable production

Moderator: Steffi Schueppel, IFLA Europe Working Group Agricultural Landscapes, BAK/bdla Germany
14:00 Questions and Answers
14:30 Conclusions and closing

‘Talk with…’ is IFLA Europe project consisting of a series of webinars on the theme of rural landscapes, but in a broad sense, including other issues beyond agriculture, such as the resilience of systems, adaptation to the climate change, the soil consumption, the city-country relationship.

The objective of these talks is to enhance the acknowledgement and the awareness of a wide audience about the focus role that Agricultural Landscapes play now and in the next years, facing huge challenges as the climate change, the extinction of species and loss of ecosystems.

Published on March 20, 2024

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