Call for posters from Mediterranean youth – 7th Mediterranean Forest Week

Deadline for poster submission: 28 February 2022.

Photo: 7th Mediterranean Forest Week
Photo: 7th Mediterranean Forest Week

The 7th Mediterranean Forest Week (MFW) facilitates cooperation among the research community, policy makers and other relevant stakeholders. The 7th MFW, taking place 21-25 March in Antalya (Turkey), will host a poster session in order to contribute to the creation of an environment for dialogue and knowledge sharing. 

Mediterranean young professionals, researchers, and students in the forestry sector (between 18-35 years old) are invited to submit posters to contribute to the content of the 7th Mediterranean Forest Week through the Call for posters, open from the 3rd January to 28th February 2022.

Proposals for posters must be submitted via email at using this form and should address themes related to the topic of the 7th MFW.  

The posters will be reviewed to select the best submissions to be exposed both physically and virtually during the MFW. Note that the selected posters do not include sponsorship to travel to Turkey to attend the 7th MFW.  

Technical specifications  

The languages accepted for the poster submission are English and French.   

Design your poster so that it is easy to read and includes some visuals. Allocate the top of the poster for the title and authors’ names and affiliations. Attractive posters based on innovative graphical designs (e.g. infographics rather than old fashioned text and figures) are strongly encouraged.

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Silva Mediterranea
Silva Mediterranea is the Committee on Mediterranean Forestry Questions within the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. The aim of the entity is to review and examine trends in forestland use, technology, regional developments, and forest management approaches, and to support member nations to formulate and implement national forest policies.