The European State Forest Association

The European State Forest Association (EUSTAFOR) represents state forest companies, enterprises and agencies that have sustainable forest management (SFM) and sustainable wood production as major concerns.

The Association currently has 36 members in 25 European countries.

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#FORESTBIODIVERSITY – A NEW PLATFORM TO SHOW HOW SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT SUPPORTS BIODIVERSITY PRESERVATION

 

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Norwegian campaign "Think Wood" - How forests and trees can contribute in the fight against climate changes

Statskog (The Norwegian State Forest) and a large number of companies and organizations have joined forces to show how forest and wood can contribute to the fight against climate changes. Instead of working alone, we are able to create a much louder voice when we combine our efforts into one campaign. We are very different organizations and companies, but we all have one goal in common: We want to show how the use of forest and wood is part of the solution to the greatest challenge of all tim...

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EUSTAFOR and other stakeholders meet with the European Commissioner for Agriculture, Janusz Wojciechowski

On Wednesday, 3 February, the main stakeholder organisations representing the forestry sector, including EUSTAFOR, met with the European Commissioner for Agriculture, Janusz Wojciechowski, to discuss the sector's growing concerns on the way in which the implementation of the EU Green Deal currently addresses forestry issues. At the meeting, the stakeholders underlined that European forests need to be responsibly managed, especially in the face of climate change and its impact on forest holdin...

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EUSTAFOR publishes its position paper on the new EU Forest Strategy post-2020

Ensuring consistency among EU forest-related policies through clear objectives and feasible targets by providing ten policy messages from European state forests on the EU Forest Strategy post-2020 was the aim of EUSTAFOR's most recent Position Paper on the EU Forest Strategy post-2020 in response to the European Commission's launch, on 25 January 2021, of its public consultation on a new EU forest strategy.  Over the last years, the EU and international forest policy frameworks have strong...

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Raising awareness on the importance of forests in Catalonia

The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of the Government of Catalonia has recently launched an awareness and dissemination campaign through a series of videos that will be published on the department’s website and on its social media networks. The campaign aims to send a message to the public about the importance of the conservation and sustainable management of forests. The hashtag and main tagline of the campaign is #CuidemElBosc which, in English, means “Let’s take ca...

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