Calendar

Nov
2
Thu
2017
Apply for Södras research financing
Nov 2 @ 23:45
Dec
14
Thu
2017
2017 Bioeconomy investment summit
Dec 14 @ 09:00 – Dec 15 @ 16:00

Over 30 speakers from across the globe will share their views on how we can bring together the economy and the environment.

New advances in technology mean that everything that can be made out of oil can be made from renewable, biological resources. There are huge environmental and business opportunities for a wide range of industries: construction, chemicals, textiles, energy, plastics.

The bioeconomy gives us a unique opportunity for building a sustainable future. Our speakers will focus on what investment steps we need to take to make it happen.

Registration for the Summit opens in the autumn

Jan
1
Mon
2018
CALL: SNS–NordGen Scholarship
Jan 1 @ 00:00 – Feb 15 @ 23:45

Time to apply for SNS–NordGen joint scholarship! You find all the information you need under This is what we do–Scholarship or at nordgen.org.

Jan
24
Wed
2018
CALL: SNS–NKJ networks
Jan 24 @ 00:00 – Apr 24 @ 23:45

Time to apply for SNS–NKJ joint networks! You find application form and all the information you need under the menu This is what we do–SNS–NKJ networks.

Mar
1
Thu
2018
CALL: EFINORD–SNS networks
Mar 1 @ 00:15 – Jun 1 @ 23:45

Time to apply for EFINORD–SNS networks!

Jun
6
Wed
2018
International Forest Business Conference @ Hotel Kiston
Jun 6 @ 07:45 – Jun 8 @ 15:30

A greater demand for energy, volatility in the fossil fuel markets and increasing material resource scarcity are considered as the most significant sustainability megaforces shaping European and global wood industry markets over next 15 years. Together with unstable consumer demand, uncertain policies and indifference among regulators, forest and wood industry have never experienced such significant barriers to advancing sustainability and profitability.

MISSION

The goal of the International Forest Business Conference 2018 is to focus on megatrends that shape forest and wood industry sectors, highlight transformation of forest related businesses towards a low-carbon bioeconomy, discuss tensions between sustainability and cost competitiveness, and call attention to new green innovations.

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