The conference aims to discuss how the new CAP can address and balance the development of three dimensions of the rural sustainability (environmental sustainability, economic growth and social cohesion).
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The objective of this first meeting is to discuss the areas within the rural bioeconomy that have most potential to produce climate outcomes, such as reductions in GHG emissions, carbon sequestration or conservation, and replacing fossil based materials.
The conference is aiming to discuss the impact on the wood energy sector of the new Renewable Energy Directive (RED II) and how to ensure that wood energy is embedded in the future energy and climate strategies at the EU level.
The 9th edition of this biannual international conference will discuss existing and new challenges for bioeconomy in various sectors of rural development. The event will host an international Business and Science Forum.
The 15th edition of this world congress will encourage discussions on research priority areas, forest policy and management based on the latest scientific content related to forestry.
The 3-day event is organised by the rural networks of Germany, Austria and Luxembourg. Participants will visit LAGs in the region of Saale-Orla and the district of Kronach in the Franconian Forest.
The a 24-hour contest aims to help solve challenges faced by education in the digital age. It is open to higher education institutions, research institutes, schools, NGOs, private sector, start-ups and other organisations.
The workshop will discuss with relevant stakeholders how these services can help achieve the climate and energy goals. Outcomes of the event will further inform the future national energy and climate plans.
The event organised within the framework of the Collective Mobilisation for Rural Development and in partnership with the regional rural networks of Normandy and Pays de la Loire. During the conference, participants will discover what cooperation means, and how to develop meaningful cooperation in order to push local development.