Budapest-Sopron, 12 May, 2022 – A series of lectures covering the challenges of forests and forestry organized by WWF Hungary and the Károly Kaán Ecoclub of the University of Sopron was successfully completed. Students and staff of the university were able to listen to five lectures on the professional, political and ecological challenges related to climate change and their possible solutions. Speakers of the lectures were Hungarian experts of forests and forestry.
For WWF Hungary it is of great importance to train the next generations of conservation professionals who have role in the fight against climate change. We hope that the educational and scientific cooperation between our organization and the University of Sopron will be similarly successful in the future.
Lectures in the series:
- Ádám Harmat: Temperature and Climate Peaks: What is Wrong with Our Climate and Climate Policy?
- László Gálhidy: Mitigating the Effects of Climate Change in Our Forests – Policy Commitments and
- Legal Framework: State of Our Forests – Adaptation
- Pál Bódis: Mitigating the Effects of Climate Change in Our Forests – Policy Commitments and
- Legal Framework: Possibilities for Mitigation
- Gábor Tímár: Preparing for Change: Possible Frameworks for Forest Management and Forest Maintenance
- Tibor Standovár: The Future of Hungarian Forests in the Light of Climate Change – Ecological Processes Modelling
- György Csóka and Tamás Frank: The Present and Future of Our Forests in a Changing Climate – Adaptation Forestry and Forest Management Interventions
Photos: Ferenc Facskó