A newly released report assessed the forest landscape restoration perspectives in Georgia
FLEG created an interactive online portal to gather all information available on Georgian forests
Armenian and Georgian journalists learn to report on forest issues in a press tour organized by FLEG II
Accurate and reliable media reports on forest issues are an important part of improving protection and management of our often-endangered forests.
“The current state of the forestry sector in Georgia and future perspectives” – article by Ilia Osepashvili, Senior Forest Officer of WWF in the Caucasus and FLEG II Program Coordinator featured in Woodland Heritage magazine, 2016. Woodland Heritage is a Registered Charity, operating in the United Kingdom. Their purpose is: “To maximize the economic and environmental value of trees and to promote wood as a renewable natural resource”. The patron of Woodland Heritage is His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales
Georgian authorities are developing a plan based on FLEG II reports to stamp out forest pests and diseases.
FLEG supports the development of the Georgian state program towards sustainable management of forests
During the forest week 2015, around 30 people gathered in Batumi at the high level round table to discuss the objectives and priorities of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) study for the forestry sector in Ajara Autonomous Republic, Georgia. The meeting was conducted on 26 and 27 November.
By the end of November, Georgia celebrates Forest Week with events and educational resources for children and youth, environmental and forestry professionals, local communities and general public, this year organized within the framework of the EU Funded Regional ENPI-FLEG II Program.
FLEG II leads an international team of experts to stop massive decline of Georgian boxwood forests
Youth Contest of Drawings “My Native Forest” is announced in the frame of “European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) East Countries Forest Law Enforcement and Governance (FLEG) II Program”