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Welcome to Connectivity of high conservation value forests along Finnish-Russian borders -webinar

Date: 28.4.2021
Time: 13.00–15.00 (Helsinki time)
Mode: Microsoft Teams
Language: English
Themes: Forest fire mapping, biodiversity monitoring, cross-border forest fire monitoring

 

Programme:

Webinar opening

13:05-14:45 Presentations

Keynote presentation- Henrik Lindberg, HAMK
Connectivity of high conservation value forests along Finnish-Russian borders- Evgeny Lopatin, LUKE.
Forest fire risk analysis in border area landscapes- Boris Raevsky, Karelian Research Centre.
 

14:00-14:05 Short Break (5 min)

 

Online forest fire and biodiversity management tools for handling cross-border fires- Vesa Leppänen, Arbonaut Oy.
Platform for the network of biodiversity experts- Vilma Lehtovaara, Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment.

 

14.45–14.55 General discussion

Closing words and announcement of next webinar

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Kindly register for the event here https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/F787B4C21F48C4EE by 23.4.2021. The event is open to everyone and is free of charge. Teams-link will be sent to registered participants by email on 26.4.2021. Feel free to share the invitation!

 

In case of questions about the webinar, or in case you haven’t received the link by the stated date, kindly contact Daisy Silvennoinen, Project Planner (daisy.silvennoinen@ely-keskus.fi).

 

The webinar is part of the CBC Karelia Biokarelia project funded by the European Union, Republic of Finland, and the Russian Federation. The webinar will be recorded. The recording will be available for two weeks after the webinar. All the presentations will be also published after the webinar. The link to project website: https://kareliacbc.fi/en/invitation-webinar-connectivity-high-conservation-value-forests-along-finnish-russian-borders

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