IUFRO Conference on “Adaptive Management for Forested Landscapes in transformation”

1/10/2018 - 5/10/2018

This conference will highlight the accelerated changes imprint in our planet within this era of the Anthropocene.

Transformation of forest use that is occurring in response to the pressures of globalization, population growth, resource scarcity and ecological degradation are part of the BIG challenges ahead. Biodiversity is essential to human well-being, but people have been reducing biodiversity throughout human history. Loss of species and degradation of ecosystems are likely to further accelerate in the coming years. Nonetheless, global goals to reduce the rate of biodiversity loss have mostly not been achieved. It is essential to take into account ecological, economic and functional values of the landscape to improve planning and decision-making. Operational solutions are needed to reconciling biodiversity conservation in the light of increasing demands of natural resources and land.

Within the framework this Conference will focus on key topics to assess problems but also to find solutions for a better future in forested landscapes:

  1.  Human-nature relationships to support sustainable forested landscapes

  2. Tools, Methods and Approaches oriented towards solutions

  3. Global change, vulnerability and adaptive management of forested landscapes – How to manage biodiversity threats?

  4. Socio-ecological approaches integrating ecosystem services and  forest management

 

 

  This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the
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