ABOUT THE EVENT
Large physical meetings are still not possible due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which is also why the IUFRO Regional Congress in Russia scheduled for this September had to be postponed to 2022.
To fill this gap and cater for the need of strengthening networking and communication in IUFRO, a worldwide digital IUFRO event shall be organized at the end of September 2021.
The overall objective is to showcase the diversity of the IUFRO Network, including IUFRO Units and IUFRO Member Organizations, to facilitate networking, and to enhance communication and outreach.
To enable participants from all over the world to take part in their own time zones, the event will be structured into three major time zone groups spreading over two days.
For details, explore our webpage and download the Concept Note under the following link. Download the event Flyer to share this information with peers!
CORE PROGRAM ELEMENTS
UTC-2 to UTC+5
Africa, Europe, Middle East
1st event on 28 September, 10am-18pm at IUFRO HQ Vienna (CEST)
8am-16pm (Accra; Dakar; Reykjavik)
9am-17pm (London; Dublin)
10am-18pm (Pretoria; Lilongwe; Harare)
center of the time zone
11am-19pm (Addis Ababa; Doha; Moscow)
12noon-20pm (Yerevan; Tbilisi; Dubai)
13am-21pm (Dushanbe; Karachi; Tashkent)
UTC-10 to UTC-3
North and South America
2nd event on 28 September, 18pm-2am at IUFRO HQ Vienna (CEST)
9am-17pm (Vancouver; Oregon)
10am-18pm (Alberta; Denver; Montana; San José) center of the time zone
11am-19pm (Bogotá; Lima; Mexico City)
12noon-20pm (Washington D.C.; New York; San Juan)
13pm-21pm (Buenos Aires; Curitiba; Montevideo)
UTC+6 to UTC+13
Asia, Asia-Pacific, Oceania
3rd event on 29 September, 5am–13pm at IUFRO HQ Vienna (CEST)
8:30am-16:30pm (Mumbai; New Delhi; Colombo)
9am-17pm (Almaty; Bishkek)
10am-18pm (Jakarta; Bangkok; Ho Chi Minh City)
11am-19pm (Beijing; Kuala Lumpur; Manila; Perth)
12noon-20pm (Tokyo; Seoul)
center of the time zone
13pm-21pm (Brisbane; Sidney; Vladivostok)
16pm-24pm (Auckland, Wellington)
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