Tyrsky is participating in a six-year-long (2018 – 2023) research project funded by The Strategic Research Council. The aim of the project is to develop cost-effective, feasible and sustainable methods to manage organic soil fields and forests that farmers and forest owners would be ready to put to use and that would decrease their GHG emissions. In addition to that the project researches climate-resilient product chains based on the use of peatlands and their possibilities to reduce climate emissions. Tyrsky is responsible for communications in this project and has, for example,
- organized workshops in which forest owners and farmers had the opportunity to discuss the projects’ results with the researchers and share their thoughts on possible means to reduce emissions in peatlands
- organized collaborative events to researchers and stakeholders in which researchers have presented their research results
- organized a workshop about product chains of paludiculture and its possibilities and obstacles in practice regarding functionality. The aim of the workshop was to prepare project proposals on how to pilot these product chains.
- organizes seminars on different topics
- communicated research results of the project by producing news, articles, blog texts, videos, policy briefs
- communicated current topics of the project in Twitter
The purpose of these workshops and events has been to connect different stakeholders and create dialogue and understanding between them. The aim has been in working on finding means, methods and cooperation which would benefit all, and which would also have an impact on reducing emissions.
Find out more about this project here.
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