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On the 31 of January 2024, the BOOST4BIOEAST project, Boosting the bioeconomy transformation for the BioEast regions, officially kicked off its activities in an online meeting, which will be supporting the BIOEAST Initiative in the next three years.
On 27 and 28 January 2024, the 31st Annual Information Day of the Information and Demonstration Centre on Renewable Energy Network (I.D.E.E.) took place at the Centre Wood in Olsberg, North Rhine-Westphalia.
The government of Catalonia will approve the creation of a system to certify, trace and market locally issued climate credits that will allow the offsetting of greenhouse gas emissions within the region for the benefit of rural areas.
FIRE-RES Open Innovation Challenge enters the next phase as 50 innovative solutions to risks caused by wildfires go forward to receive acceleration support.
Carbon markets play a crucial role in the complex network of climate solutions; they facilitate the exchange of carbon credit emissions permits and create incentives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
How do governments tackle environmental challenges like carbon emissions? Join us on 14 March 2024 for the Forestry Speed Dating: Unlocking forest carbon markets – Event 6 and gain insights into public schemes initiatives from Catalonia, Spain and Poland.
From 28 February to 1 March 2024, in Lugo, Spain the International Symposium ‘Autochthonous hardwoods, the resilience of the forest sector?’ will take place.
Don’t miss this chance to participate in the ESA Symposium on Earth observation for soil protection and restoration that will take place in Frascati, near Rome (Italy), on 6 and 7 March 2024.