EFIMED WEEK 2016. Pizzo Calabro 7-8-novembre 2016







Smart Mediterranean forestry, bioeconomy and social
(7‐9 November 2016 ‐ Popilia Resort, Calabria, Italy)
Scientific Seminar schedule
7th November (DAY ONE)
Time Opening session: “Mediterranean under global change: key societal challenges”
Chair: Inazio Martinez de Arano, EFIMED
14.00 Welcome by Calabria Region authorities, speaker TBC
14.10 Nicolas Picard, Coordinator of Silva‐Mediterranea Committee, FAO
14.20 Giuseppe Scarascia, Chair of EFI Board and Tuscia University
Time Session I ‐ Smart Forestry: innovative Mediterranean value chains
This session showcases emerging solutions and approaches to increase the role of Med Forest in
the green economy.
14:30 Chair: Massimo Fragiacomo, Università degli Studi dell'Aquila
 Eduardo Rojas Briales, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia ‐ Mediterranean forests:
challenges and opportunities for an inclusive bioeconomy.
 Giorgio Matteucci, CNR Italy ‐ Advanced inventory and logistic for multipurpose forestry
chain (ALForLab project)
 Name Tbc, F360 (start‐up company) ‐ Big data science for more efficient Mediterranean
15.30 Coffee break
15.45  Hamed Daly Hassen, INRA Tunisia ‐ International markets for essential oils sector in
Tunisia: strategies and opportunities
 Manuela Romagnoli, UNITUS ‐ Innovation in wood technology. New uses for
Mediterranean woods
 Elena Gorriz, EFIMED ‐ Innovative business models for NWFPs High lights from StarTree
17:00 ‐
Round table ‐ Innovative Landscapes: participatory approaches
Chair, Inazio Martinez de Arano, EFIMED
 Dario Paletta ‐ Mediterranean Model Forest Network
 Roser Maneja, ICTA Barcelona ‐International UNESCO centre for Mediterranean Biosphere
 Sihem Jebari, INRGREF, Tunisia – The BEWATER project, a participatory approach
19:15 Departure for social dinner – Pizzo Calabro Castle
8th November (DAY TWO)
08.45 EFIMED Network News:
‐ H2020 Forest Co‐fund: State of the Art, Andreas Kleinschmit
‐ Network of Mediterranean Forest Cities, Riccardo Castellini
Time Session II: Forestry and social integration
This session introduces the links between environmental and social issues.
09:00 Chair: Laura Secco (Univ. Padova)
Keynotes on Policy and Wider Issues:
 Grammenos Mastrojeni, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs ‐ Environmental and social
crises in the Mediterranean Region and beyond
 Domenico Lucano, Mayor of Riace, Calabria ‐ Migration, social integration and rural
 Spyridon Mamalis, Kavala Institute of Technology ‐ The Greek experience: The nonreturn
of young people to the Greek Countryside
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Keynotes on Practical Experiences, Programmes and Examples:
 Joachim Englert, SocialForest, SL (www.Socialforest.org)
 Petra Isabella Schwarz, GreenCare Programme ‐ The Austrian experience
 Alina L. Sabangeanu, The (un)wanted others: a case study on the Romanian migrants
experience in Castilla–Leon (Spain), on the exploitation of mycological resources
12:00 Plenary discussion
13:00 Poster presentations: 2 min poster presentations by the authors
13:15 Lunch
Time Session III – From Knowledge to Action
14:45 Chair: Andreas Kleinschmit
Table 1: Empowering people
 Antoine Harfouche, UNITUS – Empowering the young: innovative entrepreneurship for
young experts in biotechnology
 Rosanna Quagliariello, CIHEAM/IAMB Bari ‐ Empowering women: Building Resilience of
Mediterranean Rural Communities Through the Empowerment of Women
 Diarmuid Mac Aree, The role of forestry training schools in social integration
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 Table 2. Making innovation happen
 Alessandro Leonardi ‐ ETIFOR & University of Padova ‐ The ECOSTAR Impact Hub:
promoting entrepreneurship and innovation among EU forestry departments
 Giorgio Mosangini, Switchmed (SCP/RAC) ‐ Supporting Green Entrepreneurship and Ecoinnovation
in the Mediterranean
 Christine Farcy, University of Louvain ‐ Blue Forest: Promoting innovation in
Mediterranean forestry
 Enrique Doblas Miranda, CREAF Barcelona ‐ Supporting local innovation through the
NODE: Node for Opportunities, Development and the Environment
17:45 Concluding Remarks
Giuseppe Scarascia, Laura Secco, Andreas Kleinschmit
18.10 Best Poster Award
18:20 Field trip presentation (add name)
9th November (DAY THREE – FIELD TRIP)
Time Field trip
09:00 Regional Park of Le Serre (beech and silver fir mixed forests), Private Forest Company Poletto
(over 2000 ha of managed forests, including Douglas fir plantation) & the Biodiversity State
Reserve of Mongiana (example of innovative management in beech forests – LIFE ManFor
17.00 Return to resort / Transfer to airport

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