European Forum on Urban Forestry
Countdown to EFUF2024 - Urban Forests for All (22 - 24 May 2024 in Zagreb)
26th European Forum on Urban Forestry 2024
Zagreb, Croatia, 21-24 May 2024
We are happy to announce the 26th European Forum on Urban Forestry that will be co-organised in 2024 by the European Forest Institute, the Croatian Forestry Society – section Urban Forestry, the Croatian Forest Research Institute, Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology (University of Zagreb) and the Croatian Forests Ltd Company. Co-organisers are the Public Institution Nature Park Medvednica. The Zagreb Tourist Board is sponsoring the event.
The EFUF2024 overall theme is Urban Forests for All.
EFUF2024 is open to all interested in urban forest management, policy, planning and decision-making. This year we focus on managers, researchers, practitioners, consultants and representatives from stakeholder groups (e.g. lobbyists, envNGOs (ENGO), volunteer groups, etc.).
The language of the forum is English.
The Forum starts with a welcome drink and light buffet on Tuesday the 21st of May. The official start is scheduled for Wednesday, the 22nd of May at 09:30. The conference ends on the 24th of May with an excursion. On Saturday the 25th we offer an optional excursion.
Registration is expected to open beginning of February 2024.
A call for contributions and abstracts will likely open beginning of December 2023.
All participants interested in taking part in the conference are required to register.
If you have any questions please contact rik . devreese at efuf . org.
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