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Biomass conference

CREFF at the European Biomass conference in Lyon (May 2010)

A poster about CREFF has been presented during the European Biomass conference in Lyon, France.
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Forum PNRB

CREFF at the Forum PNRB in Paris, January, 22nd 2010

The CREFF project has been presented (together with the German research situation on bioenergy) by Franck Brodbeck during the PNRB (French National...
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Journée technique du FCBA

Journée technique du FCBA sur les TCR le 16 juin 2009

Les taillis à courte rotation : une biomasse pour demain. L'Insitut Technologique FCBA (Forêt, Cellulose, Bois, Ameublement) organise une journée...
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REGEFOR 2009

REGEFOR 2009: Research and Forest Management workshop

The next workshop on Forest Research and Management co-organized by the Pôle Forêt-Bois de Nancy (INRA-Nancy, Nancy-Université,...
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Die Landwirtschaft als Energieerzeuger

KTBL Tagung - Die Landwirtschaft als Energieerzeuger

Mai 4th - 5th, 2009 Osnabrück

Thematische Schwerpunkte der Veranstaltung: Politische Rahmenbedingungen für erneuerbare Energien / Ökonomische und ökologische Bewertung von...

http://www.ktbl.de/index.php?id=258&tx_seminars_pi1[showUid]=23

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Research and Forest Management workshop

REGEFOR 2009

June 8 - 10, 2009 Champenoux, close to Nancy, France

The next workshop on Forest Research and Management co-organized by the Pôle Forêt-Bois de Nancy (INRA-Nancy, Nancy-Université,...

http://www.gip-ecofor.org/docs/regefor2009/annonceregefor2009.pdf

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Forum ITADA

Forum ITADA: what is the future of the agrocombustibles in the Upper Rhine?

Wednesday 08 April 2009, ITADA organizes, in Germany in Hügelheim near Muellheim (between Freiburg and Basel), a forum for cross-border information...
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CREFF web site

The CREFF consortium is proud to present the project web site!

Since March 3, 2009, the ERA-Net project CREFF has its own web site: www.creff.eu. The presentation of the project, the agenda, minutes and picture...
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Kick-off meeting of the ERA-Net funded project "Cost reduction and efficiency improvement of Short Rotation Coppice"

From the 4th to 5th of February 2009, the kick-off meeting of the ERA-Net project CREFF was held in Champenoux, north-eastern France, in presence of...
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Kick-off meeting of the SYLVABIOM project

Kick-off meeting of the ANR (national research agency) funded project SYLVABIOM

On April 16, the kick-off meeting of the French project SYLVABIOM was held in Orléans. All partners were present: INRA Orléans (coordinator), INRA...
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