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Are European forests the first to be protected by a Legally Binding Agreement? – Daniela Tináková

Signatories of FOREST EUROPE, countries within the European continent and the EU, took one step closer to adopting a Legally Binding Agreement (LBA) on Sustainable Forest Management. The Expert Level Meeting (ELM) which took place in Bratislava (Slovak Republic) on 5-6 of December 2018 resulted in adoption of the Ministerial Decision draft text. As an observer

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We need your greatest photo!

International Forestry Students’ Association (IFSA) communications’ platforms (design, website, social media, promotional materials) are in need of wonderful photos or pictures to create engaging content, so we are asking you to share with us your greatest collection! This is another way to contribute and support IFSA by contributing your photography skills and creativity. Besides that,

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Call for nominations for IUFRO Student Award

At every IUFRO world congress IUFRO recognizes special scientific performances and achievements through selected IUFRO Awards. Among these awards is the IUFRO Student Award for Excellence in Forest Sciences (ISA).  Up to three ISAs can be awarded, depending on the number and strength of nominations. The award(s) is to recognize outstanding individual achievements related to the main

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[OPEN CALL] Become an IFSA Official

Dear IFSA World,   Would you like to become more involved with what happens in IFSA? A new opportunity is here— you can now apply to become an IFSA Official for the 2018-2019 period!   Attached you will find the most updated version of the Job Descriptions Document that the current IFSA Officials have very

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[OPEN CALL] Hosting Interim 2018-2019

Dear IFSA World,   Would you like to experience what being an Organising Committee (OC) for Interim Meeting is like? This is an open call to host Interim 2018-2019!   Interim is the mid-year meeting for IFSA officials. It usually lasts for a week, and takes place between late December and early February. Since most

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