Education and Research Institute of Forestry and Landscape-Park Management

International activity

     The main areas of international cooperation of the Institute are the implementation of priority tasks of transition to forest management in Ukraine and, in particular, the development and implementation of forest management technologies that ensure the conservation of species biodiversity in forests, development and implementation of forest and forest products certification systems, informatization of forest management and the use of GIS technologies, assessment of carbon stocks in Ukrainian forests. The Institute's international activities are based on close cooperation with the world's leading educational and research organizations, in particular, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), by the Department of Forestry and Environmental Studies and the Yale University for School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, The Global Interagency Security Forum (Yale University FES, GISF), Faculty of Forest Resources at Pennsylvania State University (PennState), University of Vermont, James Hutton Institute, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Sciences, University of Freiburg, University of Applied Sciences (Vilnius, Lithuania), international organizations - FAO, UN ISDR, Global Fire Monitoring Center (GFMC), UNECE, Council of Europe, etc. Active international activities are highlighted by numerous international projects with the US Forest Service, the Ukrainian-Austrian OeAD project, etc.
     In 2013, the Institute, in cooperation with the Global Fire Monitoring Center (GFMC), a group of experts on forest fires of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe/FAO and with the financial support of the Council of Europe, opened the Regional Eastern European Fire Monitoring Center (REEFMC). To learn more, please follow the link:

     International cooperation at the institute is aimed at implementing international research projects together with foreign partner institutions, foreign internships for teachers, and the development of international student exchange programs). The GFMC provides an umbrella of 14 independent Regional Wildland Fire Networks of different / individual origins and mandates. Its mission is to reduce the negative impacts of landscape fires on the environment and humanity. Advance the knowledge and application of the ecologically and environmentally benign role of natural fire in fire-dependent ecosystems, and sustainable application of fire in land-use systems.

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