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Policy Options for Storm Damage Management Focusing on Protected Areas
Strbske Pleso, Slovakia 04 May 2009 - 06 May 2009
Raising frequency of the wind throw disasters in spruce stands in the Central European region was one of the main reasons for local or even large-scale spruce decline in affected areas. Damages caused by abiotic factors created sufficient conditions for increasing of the bark beetles population followed by the infestation....
List of Documents WPW/09- Final ReportWPW/09- Provisional Agenda and TimetableWPW/09- Gender Issues in Rural Areas in Europe and ECA WPW ActivitiesWPW/09- Organization of WPW Activities and CommunicationWPW/09- Extracts from the Document "Needs Assesment and Survey 2009: Present Status, Options and Future FAO Activities and Cooperation with Stakeholders in Gender in Rural...
The workshop has been organized to promote an exchange of information and experience in the field of wildlife management and conservation. The event aimed to provide a forum for discussion on current wildlife policies, institutions, legislation, governance and trade, available wildlife resources and the potential for their valorisation, as well...
The 2008 joint session of the UNECE Timber Committee and the FAO European Forestry Commission reviewed the mandate of the "Team of Specialists on Contribution of Forests to Sustainable Development in Eastern Europe", expanded its regional scope to Central Asia and set a focus on forest policy, as reflected in...
Rural Development in EU-Accession Countries - Support Programmes and Capacity Building
Prague, Czech Republic 23 February 2009 - 26 February 2009
The Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republicand the Food and Agriculture organization (FAO) of the United Nations organized a workshop on the topic "Rural Development in EU-Accession Countries - Support Programmes and Capacity Building" from 23 to 26 February 2009. The workshop was sponsored by the Czech Republic and...