Other Meetings / Events
Growth and Yield Innovations Conference 2023
Join the Forest Growth Organization of Western Canada (FGrOW) and the Western Mensurationists for this in-person two-day conference and optional one-day field tour. Through showcasing innovative research and learning about novel approaches to growth and yield throughout the country and from the international community, this conference will seek to address the concerns about declining growth and yield capacity and to highlight the important contributions that G&Y makes.
Date: 18-21 June 2023
Location: Canmore, Alberta, Canada
Organizers: Western Mensurationists; Forest Growth Organization of Western Canada (FGrOW)
Details at: https://fgrow.ca/news/growth-and-yield-innovations-conference-2023#venue
European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly
The EGU General Assembly 2023 brings together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience.
29th Annual International Society of Tropical Foresters Conference: Envisioning the future of tropical forests: the roles of feedbacks, interconnectedness, and adaptation
The Yale Chapter of the International Society of Tropical Foresters (ISTF) will host its 29th Annual Conference titled: "Envisioning the future of tropical forests: the roles of feedbacks, interconnectedness, and adaptation".
The Yale ISTF Chapter is dedicated to the advancement of tropical forest studies at the Yale School of the Environment, formerly known as the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. The ISTF conference has been hosted at Yale for 28 years and addresses a range of socio-ecological issues related to tropical forests. ISTF 2023 will weave together myriad perspectives on the current state of tropical forest feedbacks, shedding light on how these processes are changing now and are predicted to change in the future. The conference will facilitate a space to discuss the importance of interconnectedness and adaptation amidst anthropogenic-driven climate change, collaborating across fields to build solutions for a more resilient future in the tropics and beyond.
World Forum on Urban Forests - WFUF 2023: Greener, Healthier and Happier Cities for All
Urban forests and green spaces are key components of sustainable and resilient urban development, providing a wide range of ecosystem goods and services. They play an important role toward the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, in particular SDG11, which focuses on making cities safe, resilient and sustainable.
The 2nd edition of WFUF will take place in Washington DC, from 16 to 20 October 2023. The overall theme will be: Greener, Healthier and Happier Cities for All. This theme was chosen to highlight the importance of building inclusive and accessible cities where the goods and services of urban forests and trees are universally available. The aim of the Forum is to continue to highlight positive examples of planning, design and management approaches that cities with diverse cultures, forms, structure and histories have implemented to optimize the contribution that urban forests and green infrastructure can provide in terms of economic development, environmental conservation and resilience, improved social cohesion, and increased public involvement.
Date: 16-20 October 2023
Location: Washington DC, USA
Organizers: FAO, Arbor Day Foundation, US Forest Service, Smithsonian Institution, City of Washington DC, ISA, Politecnico di Milano, SISEF
Deadline for abstracts submission: 17 February 2023, https://www.worldforumonurbanforests.org/wfuf-2023/call-for-abstracts
8th International Wildland Fire Conference - Governance Principles: Towards an International Framework
In the last decade, extreme fire events destroyed lives, buildings and natural habitats, cornering and puzzling politicians, institutional leaderships, and professionals. In 2017, wildfires tragically challenged Portuguese society. Since then, all our efforts converged into integrated fire management this is no longer a niche or a subject for a few wildland firefighters or landscape planners. It is all about reaching out to other communities of practice, economic sectors, and local and indigenous people. As fire management becomes a complex socio-ecological issue, it demands robust institutions, transparent and accountable procedures, and permanent communication with key stakeholders. It also demands a balanced budget between fuel treatment and suppression, in a set of cohesive policies. This means dismantling a culture of silos, promoting inter-departmental dialogue, avoiding unintended consequences from cross cutting public policies (agriculture, forestry, energy, development, environment, fiscal and others. In Portugal, we are also aiming at engaging different audiences, at different geographies and levels of authority and have their commitment, prevailing in time.
Date: 16-19 May 2023
Location: Porto, Portugal
Organizers: AGIF and Republic of Portugal
Deadline for Abstract Submission - 12 December 2022: https://www.wildfire2023.pt/conference/important-dates
VIII CONGRESO FORESTAL LATINOAMERICANO (CONFLAT) Y V CONGRESO FORESTAL ARGENTINO
El lema de este Congreso es "El rol vital del bosque en tiempos complejos y cambiantes". Pandemia, guerras, sequías, cambio climático y un mundo convulsionado y con necesidad de reorganizarse desde un enfoque sustentable, es el contexto en el que se desarrolla este importante encuentro, que reunirá la participación de los principales referentes del sector público, privado, ONGs, Universidades e institutos de investigación y capacitación. Se abordarán temas claves y de alta relevancia enfocados en la sostenibilidad ambiental, la responsabilidad social, la innovación productiva y competitividad económica de un sector importante para el desarrollo de amplias regiones del país y de la región.
Date: 27-30 March 2023
Location: Ciudad de Mendoza, Argentina
Organizers: Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, CONICET, INTA, Asociación Forestal Argentina (AFoA)
Supporters: Gobierno de la provincia de Mendoza, Consejo Federal de Inversiones (CFI)