UNFF 11

  • Published: 04.05.2015
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • The 11th session of United Nations Forum on Forest (UNFF 11) will be organised in New York, USA, from 4th to 15th May 2015.

    One of the most important issues during UNFF 11 will be the future of the international arrangement on forests. The session will also review the implementation of the global objectives on forests and the non-legally binding instruments. Sustainable forest management and forest law enforcements are among the thematic issues under consideration.

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