Final Event – Fostering Innovation Towards a More Sustainable Forest Sector in Europe
On 14-15 June the H2020 ROSEWOOD4.0 project is holding its final event in Barcelona, Spain (in hybrid format). The event is co-organised by the European Forest Institute (EFI) and Steinbeis Europa Zentrum (SEZ) and consists of 3 sessions with innovation towards a more sustainable forestry sector in Europe as the cornerstone.
Live Streaming open to the public is provided for the first day of the event (14 June) for Sessions I and II. On the second day online access is only for registered participants.
Live Streaming (Sessions I & II)
To participate in the discussion of the sessions, you can open the video in a new window to access the YouTube chat (click on the title of the video).
Day 1 – Tuesday 14 June
Session I – The ROSEWOOD4.0 project: main results & outcomes (14 June. 9:30 – 13:00 CEST)
This session will focus on the ROSEWOOD4.0 project results and outcomes as well as the work developed by the different European hubs of the project network, with a focus on innovation and digitisation of the forest sector to achieve sustainable forest value chains. Session I will also give more details on the sustainability plan of the ROSEWOO4.0 network, its activities and outcomes after the end of the project.
Session II – How to ensure long-term sustainability of networks once the project is over? Tools and methods (14 June. 14:00 – 18:00 CEST)
Session II will present tools and methods to ensure the continuity and viability of initiatives and EU thematic networks such as ROSEWOOD4.0 in the long term. Representatives from Forest Europe, the EUFarmBook project and EFI’s Bioregions Facility will participate in the session to discuss the existing tools to sustain these networks. In addition, four success stories that exemplify the long-term success and sustainability of European projects
Day 2 – Wednesday 15 June
Session III – Working groups: foster innovation towards a more sustainable forest sector – an open space market (15 June. 9:30 – 13:00 CEST)
There is no live streaming available on Youtube open to the public for this session. Online access to the working groups will only be provided to people previously registered to the event.