CEPF and EUSTAFOR welcome the European Commission’s plan to develop guidelines and their organization of Bio-geographical Seminars on the management of Natura 2000.
Woody biomass from sustainably managed European forests plays a crucial role in reaching the EU policy target of 20% renewable energy in 2020 and is fundamental to European green growth.
CEPF statement on Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) in NEWFOREX Stakeholder Workshop in Copenhagen on 11 October 2012.
The European forest owners welcome the overall goal of the European Commission and European Parliament’s proposal for the future Rural Development Policy.
The Rural Coalition welcomes the three main objectives for the future CAP proposed by the European Commission.
The forest owners, both public and private, and the forest products industries of the EU: The future EU Forest Strategy should be inclusive.
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