Tag: #Climate

FAO Rome Climate conference 17-18 October 2017

FAO will organise a conference on sustainable Forestry and Climate change in Rome 17-18 October 2017

-Miracle of sustainable forestry

Finland has harvested 4 billion cubic meters forest products in 70 years and the forest resources have increased more than 70 per cent at the same time. Is it a miracle – no it is sustainable forest management.

Canadian forest and climate video

A Canadian video on forest and climate change is published at the video section of the IFFA web page.

 

Canadian forest and climate change video

A sustainable managed forest can have stable carbon stocks while at the same time providing energy, products and meet society’s needs.

Smallholders fight climate change

Climate summit COP 22, read more

Seminar: Climate policy and land use

A seminar on climate policy and land use will be organised in the European Parliament in Brussels 10 January 2016 from 09h00 to 12h30.

Smallholder forestry fight climate change

The potential of locally controlled forestry is part of the solution to climate change. Sustainable forest management will increase forest stock, produce forest products and reduce CO2 emissions, says IFFA position for COP 22.

Smallholder forestry fight climate change

The potential of locally controlled forestry is part of the solution to climate change. This message IFFA advocated during the Climate Change Convention Conference, COP 22, in Marrakech in Morocco.

-Sustainable management is better

Sustainable forest management will increase forest stock, product production and reduce CO2 emissions, says IFFA position for COP 22.

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  • Building image bank

    IFFA will slowly build up and image bank during 2017. We will gather together photos and videos from IFFA, family forestry, forest and farm producer organisations and similar subjects.

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