Pictures available!

If you are looking for pictures of the symposium, you can have a look at our shared folders:

You are free to use them as you wish, as long as you mention the name of the photographer and of its structure (they are included in the file name).

If you have pictures that you wish to be included in this folder, or if you would like some of these pictures to be removed from this folder, please contact us.

Happy holidays!


Presentations are now online

Great news! Most of the oral and poster presentations are now online!

Following this link, you will find the audio recording of the oral presentations, as well as their abstracts and visuals supports.

Following this link, you will find most posters as well as their abstracts.

Please don’t hesitate to have a look at these and to share these links! And a huge thank you to the presenters who agreed to have their presentations made available for you!


More information about the field visits

While waiting for us to put online the presentations, you can have a look at some more details about the field visits. By following this link, you will access to some more information and pictures of the test sites we visited and the tools that were demonstrated, as well as to an article and a video from Via Occitanie that was recorded during the second day of the symposium!


Huge success for the symposium!

Thank you very much to all the people who gave a speech, a poster presentation, or attended the “Adapting forests to climate change” symposium that we organized these last two days! The symposium was attended by 150 forest and climate change experts from Europe and elsewhere in the world, these two days were dedicated to sharing knowledge, exchanging experiences and drawing imspiration from each other.

We will very soon publish the oral and poster presentations on the symposium website, as well as the list of people who attended the event.

A very warm thank you to our co-funders who made this event possible: the LIFE Programme, the Occitania Region (who also let us use their amazing Assembly Room as the symposium’s venue), the Hérault and Tarn Departments, and of course the Parc naturel régional du Haut-Languedoc, the Centre National de la Propriété Forestière and Alliance Forêts Bois. We really hope that this event will not be the only one of its kind, and that another structure or project dealing will forest and climate change will be interested in carrying on with the symposium in the years to come. Let’s make it a regular international meeting!