IFFA Annual Meeting 2015

  • Published: 04.12.2015
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • The IFFA Annual meeting 2015 is scheduled for Paris, France, Friday 4th December 2015 from 16h00 to 19h00 (local time). The French member association, Forestiers Priveé de France will host the annual meeting to Paris in conjunction with the climate summit UNFCCC COP 21 and the Landscape forum

    The meeting venue the offices of Forestiers Priveé de France at 6, rue de la Tremoille, 75008 Paris.

    All members are kindly invited to register as soon as possible by sending an e-mail to post@familyforestry.net

    In addition to the annually meeting items required by the bylaws there will be a discussion on further improvement of communication between IFFA, regional networks and national organisations. This includes improvement of the network of web sites.

    The will as well be a session of sharing experiences, recent activities, success stories and challenges. General Secretary Luc Bouvarel of the French Forest Owners’ federation will start by presenting the French organisations, the climate meeting in December, recent activities and challenges. Afterwards all IFFA members will be asked to share their wealth of experience, success stories and challenges.

    Invitation

    Practical information

    Proposed Agenda

    Minutes from the IFFA Annual Meeting 2014

    Chair's report

    Work Plan 2016

    Membership fee 2016

     

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