The network call is announced jointly by Nordic Forest Research (SNS) and the North European Regional Office of European Forest Institute (EFINORD).
The aim of the joint call is to promote North European synergies within forest research and to establish closer collaboration between forest research communities in the Nordic, Baltic Sea and the North Atlantic regions, preferably with a cross-disciplinary approach by networking, workshops, seminars and joint utilization of research facilities.
The networks should cover topics within sustainable forest management of Nordic interest, including for example dissemination of research results or providing of research based policy advice for a sustainable future.
The network should involve participants from at least three Nordic* countries (or autonomous areas) and three countries in the EFINORD area**.
The total budget of the call is 1.000.000 SEK. A network is funded for the duration of one year and the applied amount per network should be approximately 100.000-200.000 SEK. A self-financing component of at minimum 50% of the total budget of the network is required.
The call is now closed. Next call will open in March 2018.
How to apply and report your network activities:
Download the form to your own computer (by clicking the arrow in the upper right corner), fill it in and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
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(*) Nordic is defined here as Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and the autonomous areas, Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Åland Islands. (**) Other countries in the EFINORD area is defined here as Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, NW Russia, Poland, Northern Germany, Northern UK, Ireland.
EFINORD – SNS Networks 2017
- Improving Effectiveness of Forest Research Results
- NEFOM – Northern European Forest Mycologists
- WSE – Wood Science and Engineering
- Nordic Network of Forest Regeneration
- Growth and Yield researchers Network
- UFNR – Urban Forests in Nordic Regions
- BNFSG – Baltic – Nordic Forest Statistics Group
You can also find information on previous networks.