Emma Berglund received royal medal

The CEPF Secretary General Emma Berglund received a medal from the Swedish King.

  • Published: 02.05.2017
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • Tags: #CEPF  # award  # King 
  • Emma Berglund was rewarded the highly prestigious Count Carl Bernadotte forestry prize for her force and personality to explain what sustainable forestry is in practice. She works in Brussels with forest owners’ international relations. She was rewarded for her ability to serve as a great source of inspiration, not the least for you people, and how to share knowledge and build community across borders. Read more

    Read this and other news for family forestry in Europe in the CEPF April 2017 Newsletter.

    Among other stories is the joint European position paper on “Sustainable managed forests are a proven source of bioenergy. Read more

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