Tag: #Forestry

Few forest discussions at UNFCCC COP 23 in Bonn

At the COP 23 very little of substance on forests was discussed at the main negotiations. The task of implementing the Paris Accord become an administrative debate on the REDD instrument. The issue was whether a special institutional arrangement was needed within the convention or not. No consensus was established.

IFFA at European Forest Week

Click on the picture and see the Forestry week videohttps://youtu.be/5BEjb2xaJPUSee the European Forestry week videoRead more about the European Forestry Week

http://www.fao.org/about/meetings/european-forest-week/en/

As part of the European Forest Week 9-13 October 2017, under the theme of "Forests, our common good” IFFA was invited to speak on a Side-Event arranged by Forest and Farm Facility and FAO.

Mikael and Heli, practicians of multiple use forestry

From Helsinki 100 km east you find the town of Lovisa, an area with active agriculture and forestry. One of the many tenders of the privately owned, beautiful rural landscapes in that region is Mikael Nygård (47) on his farm.

The impressing story of the family von Alvensleben

Since centuries the family von Alvensleben is known for their strong ties to their forestland possessions near the city of Magdeburg/Germany.

Family Forestry Faces

Family Forestry Faces Project

Family forestry is not only the forest, but the people who lives in and lives of the forestry as well.

Behind every forest there is families and faces. IFFA will expose some of the faces in family forestry, community forestry and among indigenous peoples in order for others to better understand the vital combination of forest and peoples in and of the forest.

Issues of Family Forestry

During 2017 IFFA will gather together information on special issues of interest for family forestry and followers of forest and farm producer organisation.

Sustainable forestry at home and abroad – Norwegian case

Forestry and forest based industry is important to Norway. Both Norwegian authorities, forest owners and the industry are committed to manage the forests sustainably. Forest owners, through their cooperatives, have taken the initiative to voluntary conservation, certification and sustainable management of the forests. 

-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.

 

Locally controlled forestry booklet

The International Institute for Environment and Development, IIED, has published a booklet on Investment in locally controlled forestry. The publicatin is written in association with the Three Rights Holders Group (G3), IFFA, GACF and IAITPTF.

Guide to investing in locally controlled forestry

IIED has published a guide to investing in locally controlled forestry. G3 has participated in the development.

Family Forestry Facts

Family forestry is forest tenure and activities by persons with ownership or tenure rights to forest land. Persons owning or managing forests often include the whole family in the activities and the forest land goes from one generation to the next.

Contact

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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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