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ICP Forests was launched in 1985 under the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) due to the growing public awareness of possible adverse effects of air pollution on forests. ICP Forests monitors the forest condition in Europe, in cooperation with the European Union using two different monitoring intensity levels. The first grid (called Level I) is based on around 6000 observation plots on a systematic transnational grid of 16 x 16 km throughout Europe. The intensive monitoring level comprises around 800 Level II plots in selected forest ecosystems in Europe. Currently 40 countries participate in the ICP Forests. ... [Information of the supplier]
The scientific program for the XXIV IUFRO World Congress will consist of plenary sessions, sub-plenary sessions, technical sessions, and themed poster sessions. In keeping with the spirit of the Congress title – Sustaining Forests, Sustaining People: The Role of Research – the Congress Scientific Committee (CSC) is developing a program to highlight how forest science is helping address significant environmental, social, and economic challenges facing our world. The program will reflect diverse contributions from the forest science community across the full range of natural and social science disciplines. ... [Information of the supplier]
Brazil will have the honor to host the XXV IUFRO World Congress in 2019, in Curitiba, PR. For the first time this congress will be held in Latin America and, for this reason, offers a unique opportunity for researchers in the region to show the importance of forestry research in promoting sustainable development. The host institutions of the event are the Brazilian Forest Service (SFB) and the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa). Other institutions support the event, such as government agencies, universities, research institutions and forestry companies, as well as local tourism entities and Embratur. ... [Information of the supplier]