Communication

Material Disclosure

Within the framework of the project various dissemination materials of the project and the results obtained will be elaborated and disseminated, as well as the organization of seminars and workshops In this section you will find all the dissemination material that is generated during the duration of the project.

Climate Credit, Forest management Climate change

Deliverables

Deliverable 4. Field indicators and monitoring protocols to assess forest ecosystem services (FES): climate regulation, water cycle regulation / water provision, and biodiversity. Action A3

Deliverable 6. Communication Plan. Action E1

Deliverable 11. Technical report on risk-smart management. Action C5

Deliverable 12. Report on wildfire simulation modeling results. Action C5

Deliverable 13. Transferability and Replicability plan. Action C8

Deliverable 14. Report on the demand for climate credits. Action A4

Deliverable 15. Stand baseline report. Action A3

Deliverable 17. Information panels. Action E2

Deliverable 18. Stand Characterisation and post-fire practices. Action C1

Deliverable 19. Characterisation of stands and practices applied to adult forests. Action C2

Deliverable 20. Characterisation of stands and practices applied in forestation forestry and agroforestry plantations. Action C3

Deliverable 22. Report containing the list of measures and the method for elaborating the forest mitigation projects. Action C8

Deliverable 23. Promotional leaflets for companies and forest owners. Action C5

Deliverable 24. Assessment on the life cycle analysis of structural timber and biomass for energy. Action D3

Deliverable 25. Elaboration of promotional material for potential end-users. Action E5

Deliverable 26. Climate credit design. Action C6

Deliverable 29. Published articles. Action E3

Deliverable 30. Legal aspects of the climate credit market. Action C6

Deliverable 31. It tool for calculating the impact of forest management on ecosystem services. Action C8

Deliverable 32. Final report on networking activities. Action E7

Deliverable 34. Guide to drafting mitigating forest management projects. Action E5

Deliverable 35. Attendance at information sessions and assessment. Action E3

Deliverable 36. Attendance at training workshops and assessment report. Action E3

Deliverable 37. Report on the environmental impact of the project actions. Action D2

Deliverable 38. Assessment of the impact of forestry treatment on Soil Carbon balance. Action C4

Deliverable 40 Pilot study final assessment. Action C7

Deliverable 41. Report on presentations to the business sector. Action E4

Deliverable 42. List of attendees at the 5 “Promotional Meetings” and their assessment of the same. Action E4

Deliverable 44. Two articles in the Silvicultura journal published in French and Italian via EUFORMAG. Action E6

Deliverable 45. Newsletter. Action E6

Deliverable 46. Scientific papers in International SCI Journals. Action E6

Deliverable 47. Media impact report. Action E6

Deliverable 48. Socio-economic impact of the project measures. Action D5

Deliverable 49. Report on participation in events and the end-of-project Conference. Action E6

Deliverable 51. LAYMAN’S Report. Promoting forest management for climate change mitigation through the design of a local climate credit market (2017-2022). LIFE CLIMARK project. Action E2

Articles and communications

Presentation

LIFE Climark invited to participate in the European Commission webinar: “Climate neutral food and wood”

Life Climark in the magazine Catalunya Forestal, of the Consorci Forestal de Catalunya (CFC)

The Government promotes the sale of CO2 credits generated by social projects

They are intended for people and companies who want to voluntarily compensate the CO2 emissions generated by their activity.

Articles and communications

Presentation

LIFE Climark invited to participate in the European Commission webinar: “Climate neutral food and wood”

Life Climark in the magazine Catalunya Forestal, of the Consorci Forestal de Catalunya (CFC)

The Government promotes the sale of CO2 credits generated by social projects

They are intended for people and companies who want to voluntarily compensate the CO2 emissions generated by their activity.

Registration for the technical seminars of the LIFE CLIMARK project

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