National Program Advisory Committee members to foster FLEG initiatives after the Program's completion
Baku, October 24, 2016 – Members of FLEG II National Program Advisory Committee in Azerbaijan met for a concluding meeting to discuss the progress and report about the outcomes.
Russian Forestry: Achievements, Problems and Plans
Just before the completion of FLEG II, forestry experts gathered for one of the final meetings, on the initiative of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.
Belarusian Foresters visit Germany for exploring best practices of sustainable forest management.
On 9-15 October 2016, eight forestry experts from the Republic of Belarus, including the first deputy Minister of Forestry, Alexander Kulik, and chief forestry officers of the state production forestry associations of Belarus visited Germany for a study tour. The educational workshop ‘Opportunities for sustainable silvicultural practice development in intensively managed forests: experience of Germany’ was organized within the framework of ENPI FLEG II project.
FLEG II Completion: Program Participants in Russia Summarize the Results
On October 24, FLEG II held a roundtable “Improving Forest Law Enforcement and Governance” during the 8th International Forum “Forest and Man”
Building Synergy for Unlocking Forest Research Potential in Moldova
Academy of Science of Moldova in partnership with EU-funded FLEG II Program organized the International Conference on “Sustainable use, protection of animal world and forest management in the context of climate change”, held on 12-13 October 2016 in Chisinau (Moldova).
New Forestry Study Programs Launched in the Regional Colleges
New forestry-oriented study programs are officially launched in the Azerbaijan's Touz and Shamakha district vocational professional colleges.
Improving Communal Forest Management in Ukraine
FLEG II facilitates the dialogue between communal forestry enterprises and local authorities
How Can Ukraine’s Forest Sector Overcome Crisis?
On September 28, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine hosted a roundtable dedicated to the current situation in the forest sector of the country.
When Forest Experts Become Detectives
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine exchanged the latest information on the law enforcement and crime prevention in the forest sector at a sub-regional workshop, organized by FLEG II in close collaboration with the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).
Winners of the media contest have been identified
FLEG II program announced three exemplary projects as winners of the media contest. Media contest was launched after the workshop for the journalists, held in Ismailly on 11-14 July 2016 with support EU funded ENPI FLEG II Program.