How to fight climate change along forest value chains?

The H2020 RESONATE project is looking for stakeholders working along the wood value chain and governing authorities to share their insights through its survey.

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The H2020 RESONATE project aims to generate the needed knowledge and practices for making European forests, the services they provide, and related economic activities more resilient to future climate change and disturbances.

Part of the project’s work, focuses on climate adaptation measures. For its current survey, is looking for participants to share their perspective.

RESONATE is looking for stakeholders working along the wood value chain and governing authorities. Hence, people working in sawmills, pulp mills, biomass plants, and all kind of wooden applications: construction, furniture, floors, wooden design objects, bioplastics, textiles made from wood, etc.

Public authorities interested in the wood value chain are also welcome to participate.

The survey takes around 15 minutes and is available in 7 languages:

Click on your preferred language and share your insights!

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SOURCEH2020 RESONATE
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EFIMED is the Mediterranean Facility of the European Forest Institute. Based in Barcelona, Spain, it was launched in 2007.