The Annual Meeting 2007 of the International Family Forestry Alliance, IFFA, will take place at 13h00 local time Wednesday 3 October 2007 in Munich, Germany. The meeting will be in the German Hunting and Fishing Museum (Deutsches Jagd und Fischereimuseum München) in Neuhauser Strasse (Street) nr 2 in Munich.
Published by: IFFA Testbruker
Light refreshments will be served in the meeting room, but no ordinary lunch. This is a link to the Museum (http://www.jagd-fischerei-museum.de/start/)
If you have not yet registered for the meeting, please fill in the registration form and send it as soon as possible to Bob Simpson
(BSimpson@TreeFarmSystem.org) or Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Annual Meeting is arranged in connection with the general assembly of PEFC, starting the day after and the meeting of CEPF Working Groups starting Wednesday morning at the Museum. The will be a Forest excursion on Thursday morning at 09h00 and ending at lunch time.
Many of the members are staying at the Apart Hotel & Residence, München Giesing, Heimgartenstr. 14, D-18539 München (http://www.apart-muenchen.de/)
Germany is celebrating the unification of the country and the 3 October is a holiday. But the meeting room will be open for us.
Enclosed you will find the agenda, minutes from the annual meeting 2006, registration form and the nominations for the elections at the Annual meeting.
You will also find the request for 2007 annual membership payment to cover some of the direct costs due to the web site etc. We will kindly ask you to pay before the Annual Meeting 2007.
IFFA pushes for sustainability
IFFA’s work shows how family forest owners and smallholders play an essential role in collaboration with other major groups to push for sustainability in international forest politics.
Committed to international communication
IFFA is committed to the development and implementation of international communication strategies.
This was the main message when IFFA chair Peter deMarsh addressed the United Nations Forum on forests. The 13th session of the forum was held in New York 7 to 11 May 2018.
Design mechanism to support sustainable wood
- Identify and design mechanisms that recognise the multiple benefit that sustainable forest management and sustainable wood hade in communities, improving livelihood and cost-effective carbon sequestration and climate change mitigation.