Further steps to success for new offers of cultural ecosystem services: fourth MAG meeting in Switzerland
The fourth and the last Multi-Actor-Group meeting (MAG) of the Swiss case study on funeral forests took place on 22 April 2021. As for the previous MAG meetings, stakeholders from practice, research, NGOs as well as from regional and national government were present. In total 17 participants attended the [...]
Thursday 25 March 2020, 10:30 – 17:00 CET
A virtual learning lab on business and financing for forest ecosystem services brought together SINCERE practice partners, researchers and external stakeholders in a lively online workshop.
An innovative and sustainable business modelling tool featured in a series of online clinics supporting SINCERE’s Innovation Action case study partners to review and refine their business model. The Sustainable Start CANVAS Methodology tool offers a holistic approach to business and marketing strategies, integrating social, human and ecological [...]
After a tumultuous year of restriction and restraint, can renewed policies in the European Union’s policy framework for forests offer some hope? The new EU Green Deal and the Biodiversity Strategy to 2030 will be complemented in 2021 by the eagerly anticipated EU Forest Strategy. A fitting moment, then, to bring policy makers and practitioners together in the second of the SINCERE Talks series to discuss what this might mean for Europe’s forests and for forest ecosystem services in particular.
The SINCERE Talks webinar series continues with an insightful debate on the changing policy framework at EU level for forest ecosystem services, organised jointly with the European Network Integrate.
Monday 7 December 2020, 10:00 – 12:00 CET
Forests and water are intricately linked. But the relationships between them are complex and are changing with the changing climate. The first SINCERE Talks webinar, held on 25 September 2020, gave participants a fascinating insight into the topic. Renowned experts Meine van Noordwijk (ICRAF) and Sven Wunder (EFI) discussed firstly how forest management affects hydrological services and secondly how payment for environmental services schemes can support such management.