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Newly-formed Bioeconomy Alliance calls for EU action
04.02.2015
Creating a world-leading bioeconomy in the European Union requires bold political moves. On the occasion of its launch at the European Parliament on 4 February, the European Bioeconomy Alliance (EBA) calls for more predictable policies leading to a long-term strategy for a competitive, dynamic and sustainable bioeconomy in Europe. Read more »

2015 starts with changes in the CEPF team
09.01.2015
With the beginning of the new year two new staff members joined CEPF Secretariat in Brussels: Emma Berglund, appointed as a new CEPF Policy Advisor and representative of the Nordic Family Forestry (NSF) and Meri Siljama, appointed as Office and Project Manager. Read more »

“Getting not out but into the woods”
11.12.2014
Forests and forestry are key to meet society’s challenges of today and tomorrow. Achieving this goal requires a sound policy framework and a constructive dialogue across all levels. This was one of the key conclusions of the CEPF Members Day 2014, which took place at the Académie royale de Belgique in Brussels on 10 December 2014. Read more »

PEFC strengthens presence at EU level
18.11.2014
In recognition of the significant role that the EU is playing in advancing sustainable forest management, PEFC International has appointed Xavier Noyon as its Brussels-based EU Representative to contribute to and engage in processes impacting responsible forestry in the EU. Read more »

European Parliament: new EU Forest Strategy in the spotlight
06.11.2014
On 5 November 2014, the European Parliament Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (COM AGRI) hosted a public hearing on the new EU Forest Strategy, aimed at gaining insights from experts and hold discussions on the key issues. This provided the MEPs with essential information to draw-up a non-legislative report on the Commission communication “A new EU Forest Strategy: for forests and the forest-based sector”. Read more »


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