Forest management is a branch of forestry concerned with overall administrative, economic, legal, and social aspects, as well as scientific and technical aspects, such as silviculture, protection, and forest regulation.
The focus of the conference is on the multiple-functions of forests in future bioeconomy (e.g., society’s mitigation and adaptation to climate change, biobased products, and forest-based innovations)
Welcome to the city of birches or Ubmeje - the Sami name of the city. Large parts of the city burnt down in 1888 and as a consequence, the decision was made to plant birches to form a firebreak to
Forests worldwide are under increasing pressure to provide multiple products, ecosystem services, and to play a key role for bio-based economy. SLU is currently ranked as number one in forestry
This programme is a top choice for you who are open minded and wish to get profound understanding in forest management, ecology, planning and policy that goes beyond certain national traditions.
According to the EU climate package, 49 percent of the energy used in Sweden should be renewable by 2020. To achieve this goal, we need to increase our use of renewable energy significantly. Forest
Publications from SLU Risk assessment of plant pests. Pest Risk Assessments Rapid Pest Risk Analysis Xyleborinus attenuatus , June 2017 Rapid Pest Risk Analysis Xylosandrus germanus , May 2017
During 2018 there is an opportunity to participate in the exciting and important work performed at the Unit for Risk Assessment of Plant Pests. We are currently offering several short-term
Here you will find completed and ongoing major projects that SLU Risk assessment of plant pests is involved in. Completed projects Trade and production of plants and plant products in Sweden - A
We perform independent analyses which will provide support to the Swedish Board of Agriculture in their effort to counter the damage of non-indigenous pests.
Most part of the species that follows human transports, animal migration and distant air-and water-flow from one part of the world to another remains unnoticed. However, in special cases one single
Participation of young persons with a keen interest in forests, from each country in the Barents region is essential. Therefore, if are you between the ages of 18-30 (approx.), from the region (
The Department partake in many different collaboration and networks nationally and internationally. Below we list a few, learn more about them by following the links. The staff is linked to the