A new publication from researchers from Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) and University of Idaho has shown that a new biofuel plant Silva Green located in Tofte will have only a minor effect on existing forest industries and harvests in Norway.
There’s Something You Need To Know About “Harvest Leakage Effect” in forestry
Did you know what the carbon or harvest leakage effects are? And what role they play in climate change mitigation? If not, this post is just for you! In recently published article in Scandinavian JournalContinue reading
How to encourage young people to study forestry?
On 6th November, the Minister of Agriculture and Food in Norway distributed 400 000 Norwegian krone (1 NOK = 0.12 USD) to 8 forestry students in Norway. The Master thesis of Ida Aarø has been selectedContinue reading
Marcus Wallenberg Prize 2017
Recently in Stockholm, the forest geneticist Prof. Ron Sederoff was awarded the Marcus Wallenberg Prize. Informally known as the “Nobel Prize for Forestry”, this two million Swedish Krona award is presented by the King of Sweden each year.Continue reading
Postdoctoral Research Position in Ecology
Do you like ecology? Would you like to study climate change impacts in the Arctic? The Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has aContinue reading
PhD scholar on REDD+ drivers, reference levels and incentives at CIFOR
The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) is looking for PhD scholar on REDD+ drivers, reference levels and incentives.
JOB ALERT: Associate Professor/Professor in forest economics and/or forest policy in Norway!
The Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has a vacant permanent position as Associate Professor or Professor in forest economics and/or forest policy.