Hotspots of biodiversity: The role of sustainable forest management in Europe
How to prevent the loss of biodiversity remains one of the hot policy issues in the EU and globally. Healthy and green livelihoods are also among society’s main expectations. European forests have a crucial role to play in answering these concerns and demands.
European Parliament’s AGRI committee is paving the way towards a self-standing and realistic new EU Forest Strategy
European Parliament’s AGRI committee dopted its report “The European Forest Strategy - the way forward”. CEPF expresses its support to this report and the direction it sets for the new EU Forest Strategy, including the need to promote sustainable forest management.
CEPF Feedback on the European Commission Inception Impact Assessment: EU Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change
The Confederation of European Forest Owners (CEPF) welcomes the EC initiative to propose a new and more ambitious EU Adaptation Strategy as part of the European Green Deal and in support to the objectives of the EU Climate Law.
CEPF Members highlight the importance of forests and forest owner organisations in tackling the challenges of Covid-19
CEPF Members from Norway and Finland participated to a panel discussion on Covid-19 organised by International Family Forestry Alliance at an international web conference “Multidimensional resilience – smallholder producers and farmers managing risks”.
Croatian EU Council Presidency and the next 18-month Trio Presidency Programme
On 16 June, Germany, Portugal and Slovenia presented the 18-month Programme of the EU Council Presidency. The so-called Trio Presidency Programme steps into action on 1 July when Germany takes over the Presidency from Croatia.