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Conféderation Européenne des Propriétaires Forestiers

Numru ta’ identifikazzjoni fir-Reġistru: 3647455667-08
Data Reġistrazzjoni: 24/11/2008 16:43:31

L-informazzjoni dwar din l-entità kienet mibdula l-aħħar fi: 09/02/2015 12:03:04
Id-data tal-aħħar aġġornament annwali kienet: 09/02/2015 12:03:04
L-aġġornament li jmiss mistenni mhux aktar tard minn : 09/02/2016

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Conféderation Européenne des Propriétaires Forestiers



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Rue du Luxembourg, 66
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Brussels 1000

(+32) 022392300

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Sinjur  Aljoscha Requardt

Secretary General

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Sinjur  Aljoscha Requardt

Secretary General

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The Confederation of European Forest Owners (CEPF) is the umbrella association of national forest owner organizations in the Europe. It works as the representative of family forestry in Europe, by promoting the values of sustainable forest management, private property ownership and the economic viability of the forest holding.

CEPF's mission is to assist and strengthen an economically viable, socially beneficial, culturally valuable and ecologically responsible sustainable management of private forests.

CEPF serves the interests of the approximately 16 million forest owners. They are private individuals and families who take care of about 60% of the forest area within Europe.
These forests pass from one generation to the next through inheritance. The forests are not only inherited from our parents, they are on loan from our children.


    Attivitajiet speċifiċi koperti mir-Reġistru

The EU Forest Strategy; CAP and Rural Development; Climate Change and LULUCF; Wood Energy and Biomass Criteria; Environment and Natura 2000; EU Timber Regulation and Public Procurement; Certification; Research and Horizon2020; Forest-based Industry and Bioeconomy; Forest ecosystem services; Forest health and vitality.

CEPF policy reports and policy statements; Communication materials (incl. CEPF Key Messages and Brochure); CEPF events, such as CEPF Members Day and General Assembly and various smaller policy-related events; Contribution to the following FP7 projects: WeevilSTOP,BioSonic and INTEGRAL.


Civil Dialogue Group on Forestry and Cork; European Network for Rural Development (ENRD Assembly and ENRD Steering Group); Civil Dialogue Group on Rural Development; Coordination Group for Biodiversity and Nature (CGBN).

Working Group on Green Infrastructure Implementation and Restoration (WG GIIR), Ad-Hoc Working Group on Natura 2000 and Forests; Business and Biodiversity Platform; Working Group on Mapping and Assessment of Ecosystems and their Services (MAES).

EU Forest-based Industries Expert Group; Working Group on Biodiversity and Development; Working Group on Natura 2000 Management.

The European Parliament Intergroup on "Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development".


The CEPF activities aim at fostering reliable political framework conditions and strengthening national forest owners’ organizations capacities in order to maintain and enhance an economically viable, socially beneficial, culturally valuable and ecologically responsible sustainable forest management.

The individual forest owners are part of social networks from semi-rural to remote rural areas to which Community policies may be not easily communicated. CEPF acts on emerging issues, making expert and constructive contributions on behalf of the forest owners. In this sense, CEPF has a bridge building role, enabling family forest owners from the local level to voice their concerns and transfer their knowledge to be available at the European level.

CEPF represents the interests of these forest owners through active participation in, monitoring of and working with the institutions of the European Union and other international initiatives.

CEPF has a active role in the EU Advisory Group on Forestry and Cork. The Advisory Group includes representatives of European forest owner organisations (public and private), forest-based industries, environmental NGOs, forest trade unions, traders and consumer groups. It has 49 members, off which CEPF holds 9 seats.

CEPF has an observer status in leading processes and organizations which shape forestry and forest policy in Europe and worldwide.

ECOSOC - United Nations Economic and Social Council
UNFF - United Nations Forum on Forests
UNFCCC - United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
FAO - COFO Food and Agricultural Organisation – Committee on Forestry
FOREST EUROPE - Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forest in Europe
PEFC - Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification

Since 1996, CEPF is a member of the European Forest Institute (EFI), which mission is to carry out, strengthen, and mobilise forest research and expertise aimed at addressing policy-relevant needs with regard to forests and their governance in Europe.

CEPF is a member of the International Family Forestry Alliance - IFFA a worldwide organization, which represents more than 25 million forest owners. Since 2010, CEPF hosts the IFFA Secretariat.

Since 2011 CEPF is also a member of IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature which is the world’s largest global environmental network with more than 1 000 governmentand NGO member organisations, and almost 11 000 volunteer scientists in more than 160 countries.

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100%: 4  



    Persuni akkreditati għall-aċċess fil-bini tal-Parlament Ewropew

Isem Kunjom Data tal-bidu Data tat-tmiem
Eveliina POKELA 17/10/2014 15/10/2015
Aljoscha REQUARDT 17/10/2014 15/10/2015
Clemens VON DODERER 17/10/2014 15/10/2015
Emma BERGLUND 20/01/2015 16/01/2016

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  • Agrikoltura u Żvilupp Rurali
  • Ambjent
  • Enerġija

    Sħubija u affiljazzjoni

Land & Forst Betriebe Österreich; Croatian Union of Private Forest Owners' Associations; Association of Municipal and Private Forests Owners; Danish Forest Association; Estonian Private Forest Union; MTK; Forêt privée francaise; German forest owner association; Forest Owner Association of Greece; Association of Private Forests Owners and Managers in Hungary; The Latvian Forest Owners Association; Forest Owners Association of Lithuania; Family Forestry Luxembourg; Norwegian Forest Owners' Federation; Forestry in Portugal; Forest Owners Association of Slovenia; Confederation of Spanish Forest Owners Organizations; Swedish Forest Cooperative Organisation; Forestry Association of Switzerland

Associated CEPF Members: ARCMED: The Association of Mediterranean Forests Owners
CONFI: The Confederation of Forest Owners from the Iberian Peninsula
Waldverband Österreich: The Austrian Forest Owner Cooperative

Bio-based Industries Consortium; PEFC; European Forest Institute; International Family Forestry Alliance; Natura 2000 User's Forum; Rural Coalition of Europe; Forest-based Sector Technology Platform; Nordic Family Forestry; European Bioeconomy Alliance

    Dejta finanzjarja

01/2013  -  10/2013

>= 300,000 € et < 399,999 €

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62,208 €


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