IUFRO News Vol. 51, Issue 10, November 2022

Read up on recent meetings on forest health, forest management, forest operations, partnership activities etc. Find out what's new at IUFRO HQ and learn about publication projects, positions, upcoming events and more…

From September 6 to 9, 2022, approximately 350 delegates from 41 countries and five continents attended the IUFRO All-Division 7 Conference in Lisbon, Portugal. This was the first joint meeting of the Pathology and Entomology Research Groups since the IUFRO 125th Anniversary Congress in Freiburg in 2017.

The joint conference of the Council on Forest Engineering (COFE), Symposium on Forest Mechanization (FORMEC) and IUFRO Division 3 was kindly hosted by Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, U.S.A., on October 4-7, 2022. The focus of the meeting was on building a strong community of forest engineering across continents and sectors.

The international IUFRO conference "Fir and pine management in a changing environment: risks and opportunities" was organized in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on 19-22 September 2022 with the aim of reviewing past experiences and improving the management of fir and pine in a changing environment.

The IUFRO-Mondi Partnership held its 2nd Think Tank Meeting in Vienna, Austria, on 3 November 2022. More than 20 participants representing science, forest industry and policy followed the invitation to identify, discuss and articulate appropriate response measures at various levels.

IUFRO HQ is happy to announce that our communications team has grown. Jose Bolaños joined in September and said, "It seems that communications + networking + forest science has branched out of me. Pun intended. And then when I saw the opportunity to join IUFRO, it was no surprise that I was eager to apply. Keep tuned!"


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