SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL

We are constantly learning how we can better create space for nature. We meet scientists, foresters, ecologists, gardeners and naturalists. We are looking for inspiration on how to support natural biodiversity for our climate zone. And our climate would allow forests to grow everywhere!

Our Scientific Council is composed of people who have had the greatest impact on how we work.

MEMBERS OF OUR SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL

DR PAWEŁ KOJS

Director of the Botanical Garden of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Powsin. Previously, Director of the Silesian Botanical Garden in Mikołów.

From 2012, a member of the Polish Dendrochronological Society. He is also a member of many Scientific Councils operating at botanical gardens in Poland.


In 2005-2009, assistant professor at the University of Opole. Earlier, in 2002-2005, assistant professor at the Silesian University, Cieszyn branch. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection of the University of Silesia.

Known and respected authority in the field of environmental protection, ecology and dendrology. 

PRINCIPLES OF COOPERATION BETWEEN THE FOUNDATION AND THE SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL:

  1. The members of the Scientific Council do not bear any responsibility for the activities of the Forever Forest Foundation.
  2. Members of the Scientific Council had a particularly significant influence on the way in which the Forever Forest Foundation initiates forest-forming processes. 
  3. The members of the Scientific Council support the Forever Forest Foundation with their knowledge and experience in the areas where the Foundation asks them to do so. 
  4. The council’s function is to advice, not to make decisions.

WE ARE INSPIRED BY:

Prof. Jan Marek Matuszkiewicz – his “The natural potential vegetation of Poland” study shows how much we have changed the landscape over the millennia. It is worth taking a look at: https://www.igipz.pan.pl/Roslinnosc-potencjalna-zgik.html

Adam WajrakEach of us owns a book written by him. Adam thinks forests should plant themselves. We know that nature can do without us, but we believe it can do it faster if we help. Here is more about our polemics: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=563646181222994

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