Invitation to the expert and discussion seminar Present and future of forestry and wood processing

The programme of the seminar with the participation of the Deputy Minister of Agriculture for the Management of the Forestry Section Mgr. Patrik Mlynář and under the auspices of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic aims to highlight the critical elements of the current structure of relations in forestry and timber processing (capacity and value of processing) and to present options for their development.

The current debate in forestry and wood processing is the raw material policy of wood in relation to the dramatic energy situation and the ecology of climate change.

What are the possibilities of solving the export and timber shortage for processors in the Czech Republic?

How to address the risk of changing the species composition of stands from the 90% dependence of processors on spruce tree?

The seminar will present unpublished data and their interpretation on the horizon up to 2035.

Come and find out more about the overall situation in the Czech Republic and share your opinion on the future direction of our industry in the discussion!

Date: Wednesday, 15 June 2022 (1 p.m.-4 p.m.)

Venue: Art & Event Gallery Černá labuť, 8th floor, Na Poříčí 25, Prague 1,

Register for the event no later than 7 June 2022 on this page.

The condition for participation in the event is registration and payment of the participation fee before the date of the event. The price of the seminar is 1 150 CZK incl. VAT/1 person, includes an electronic version of the Czech and EU reports for 2021 and a subscription to the 2022 reports.

Payment Instructions: The tax receipt will be issued according to the identification details in the registration. Fee 1 150 CZK incl. 1,150 VAT per person, pay to FIO Bank account – 2900972576/2010. Please enter your name in the note, variable symbol 60.

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