The forest sector has a vast potential to provide climate benefits – CEPF, EUSTAFOR and FTP hosts Press breakfast
The positive impact and potential of sustainable forestry in climate and energy policies should be better recognized, claimed forestry experts at a press breakfast organized at the European Forestry House.
LULUCF: Forestry, paper and agri-sectors team up in favor of a dynamic forest reference level
CEPF, EUSTAFOR, CEI-Bois, CEPI and Copa and Cogeca joint press release. The Environment Committee of the European Parliament today adopted the draft report of the Committee’s Rapporteur, MEP Norbert Lins, on the regulation of Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF).
Active forest management is needed to prevent devastating forest fires
Joint press release. The recent catastrophic forest fires in Portugal and Spain show importance of forest fire management in Europe. Forest owners and managers across the continent need to be supported in their efforts to ensure effective implementation of preventative actions.
Sustainably managed forests are a proven source of bioenergy
The new joint Position Paper “Sustainably managed forests are a proven source of sustainable biomass for bioenergy” by EUSTAFOR, CEPF, COPA and COGECA, UEF, FECOF, and USSE presents the perspectives of forest owners, managers and professionals on forest biomass sustainability