Sustainable land use policies for agroforestry production in Spain – Course

22-23 November 2021. Sevilla, Spain.

Photo: Jing / Pixabay
Photo: Jing / Pixabay

The two-day course “Sustainable land use policies for agroforestry production in Spain in relation to other EU countries and the world”, taking place in Sevilla, offers an overview of the different approaches for the implementation of policies for the sustainable use of soil in rural areas in different countries, with the fundamental objective of updating knowledge on a topic that is normally left uncovered in many curricula and is key for the success of technical and regulatory efforts aimed at sustainable soil use in agroforestry systems in Spain.

The in-person course, with simultaneous translation between English and Spanish, is a meeting point for all those interested in the subject of the course, such as, for example, technicians from public administrations and companies, postgraduate students and researchers who work on aspects related to soil management in agricultural and forest areas. Simultaneous translation allows interested students and experts who are fluent in Spanish or English to participate. The course is provided by the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo.

More information & programme – Spanish

More information & programme – English

VIAJose Alfonso Gomez
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EFIMED is the Mediterranean Facility of the European Forest Institute. Based in Barcelona, Spain, it was launched in 2007.