Although the truffle plantations have more than a decade of history in western European countries such as Spain, France and Italy, in Croatia they are still generally unknown. This Interregional workshop is an opportunity to gather European and national stakeholders and to present best case studies, so the methods of mycosilviculture development can be suggested and adopted regionally.
- GSTC2019 Conference Navigating the Way Forward in Sustainable Tourism
- Local development
Etifor will be one of the speakers at the GSTC2019 Global Conference which will bring together international and domestic tourism stakeholders involved in the development and promotion of sustainable tourism; including public sector, hotels, tour operators, academia, development agencies, NGOs, consultants, and more.Read MoreOFFICIAL WEBSITE
GSTC2019 REGISTER NOW Etifor will be one of the speakers at the GSTC2019 Global Conference which will bring together international and domestic tourism stakeholders involved in the development and promotion of sustainable tourism. MAIN THEMES Smart & Sustainable Destination Management Market Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Products Is Tourism Responding to Climate Change?
- 21-22 11.2019
This two-day event will discuss the role of cork oak woodlands in providing Ecosystem Services (ES) and showcase tools that contribute to sustain rural livelihoods, forest owners, forest managers and industries engaged in sustainable forest management (SFM).
- IUFRO 2019 25° World Congress of the IUFRO
From 29 September to 5 October 2019 we will be in Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil to take part in IUFRO 2019: the largest forest congress in the World will be located, for the first time, in Latin America. Find out more and meet our experts!Read More
Latin America will host a World Congress of the IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organizations) for the first time. The event will take place in Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil (at Expo Unimed), from September 29 to October 5, and will be organized and coordinated by the Brazilian Forest Service (SFB) and EMBRAPA. Approximately