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.
On 5th October, there was a special session entitled “Emerging forest-based solutions and their implications for forest management”, which was organized at European Forest Institute 2017 Annual Conference. The whole conference was held next toContinue reading
Recently, I had a great pleasure to participate in a forest forum, organized by NORSKOG, which was held in the House of Literature (Litteraturhuset) in Oslo. The main subject of the forum was “Who is entitled toContinue reading
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
The last part of the interview with prof. Hofstad from NMBU focuses on hopes for the future or REDD. If you have not read previous parts about degradation of REDD, you can find them here: PARTContinue reading
In this post, I interviewed prof. Ole Hofstad from Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU). We discuss issues such as degradation of REDD Program, hopes for its future or illegal logging issues. The interview will be publishedContinue reading
Scientists from the United States examined the association between residential greenness and mortality. The results were amazing. They found that women who were living up to 250 meters next to the nature, had a 12%Continue reading