News and Views from SNS–Nordic Forest Research Co-operation Committee
Thirty-five research organisations are joining forces to develop methods for assessing the sustainability of the forestry-wood chain in Europe. The European Commission has set aside 13 million Euro (of a total budget of 19m Euro) for the project, dubbed eforwood, involving 18 of the European countries. Negotiations with the Commission are not yet complete, but the project will probably start by November this year, says Kaj Rosén, vice president of the Forestry Research Institute of Sweden (Skogforsk) and coordinator of the project.
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