SUSTREE final project dissemination to policy makers in Brussels

Brussels, Belgium, 13 June 2019.

Photo: SUSTREE project.

On 13 June, the final session of the SUSTREE project will take place in Brussels to disseminate the results of this initiative among policy-makers and stakeholders. The aim of the meeting is to provide a short overview of this initiative and to present the SUSTREE decision-making tools (i.e Smartphone App) as well as the strategies and pilot actions carried out during the project.

The SUSTREE project is a collaborative project made up of eight partners from 6 Central European countries, which receives funding from INTERREG Central Europe. SUSTREE aims to combine existing knowledge on the distribution of tree species affected by climate change with existing knowledge, but only available at the national level, on adaptive genetic variation of species. On the basis of these recommendations, an improved forest seed legislation policy and practical guidelines for forest enterprises and nurseries are developed.

The event is open to all stakeholders interested in knowing the final conclusions of the project. The meeting will be held at the First Euroflat Hotel in Brussels.

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