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Finnish Forest Sector Economic Outlook 2014–2015 executive summary published

The Finnish Forest Sector Economic Outlook is an annual report providing an analysis of the current year and forecasts for the coming year, recent developments and an analysis of the current economic situation.

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The 17th IBFRA Conference – Towards a New Era of Forest Science in Boreal Region

IBFRA

May 24–29, 2015, in Rovaniemi Finland

The Conference theme includes four scientific topics: 1. Sustainable forest management in an era of global changes, 2. Bioeconomy – switch from fossils to biobased economy, 3. Big-data use and value in the forest sector, 4. Managing and valueing ecosystem services for human well-being, and a workshop on Innovative means to disseminate scientific information to wider public. 

The conference now calls for abstracts of posters and oral presentations as well as contributions to the workshop.  The deadline for abstracts is 14 December 2014.

Conference website and online abstract submission: http://www.ibfra2015.org/

LYNET IV Research Days: Utilization of natural resources over the border of Finland and Russia - perspectives of natural and social sciences

LYNET

November 11-12, 2014, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland

The research days focus on natural resources both in Finland and Russia. Animals, rivers, vegetation types as well as mineral deposits run in both sides of the border, but the management and policies often change at border. What we can learn from the differences and similarities? What are impacts of the policies in both sides of the borders? How use of resources changes when crossing the border? By raising these questions, we aim to inspire discussion on use and value of natural resources and challenge to find new perspectives on researching natural resources.

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15.10.2014 Finnish Forest Sector Economic Outlook 2014–2015 executive summary
09.09.2014 LYNET IV Research Days: Utilization of natural resources over the border of Finland and Russia – perspectives of natural and social sciences
29.07.2014 Ecological Restoration attracts people to the SER2014 European Conference in Oulu, Finland, August 3-8 2014
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