Peter deMarsh died 9 March
On Sunday the 9 of March 2019 died in the crash of an air flight between Addis Abeba and Nairobi on his way to an IFFA conference on Family Forestry and Climate Change.
Peter deMarsh was President of the International Family Forest Alliance IFFA, since 2011.
-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.
IFFA steering documents
The steering document of the International Family Forestry Alliance, IFFA, you will on the “About IFFA” section you will find in the top menu.
IFFA Annual Meeting 2016 Documents
The IFFA Annual Meeting annual meeting 2017 was organized in Brussels, Belgium, 10th January 2017. The Annual Meeting approved all decision proposed.
The International Family Forestry Alliance, IFFA, is a non-governmental, no-profit organisation registered in Washington DC.
Founding memorandum of IFFA
The International Family Forestry Alliance, IFFA, was formally launched the 1st July 2002, by 15 national family forestry organisations and the European confederation of forest owners coming together forming and signing the founding memorandum of IFFA and the support of the organisation.
Peter deMarsh re-elected as IFFA Chair
Peter deMarsh, Canada, was re-elected as chair at the IFFA Annual Meeting 2016 organised in Brussels 10 January 2017. The annual meeting approved the items proposed on the agenda.
IFFA highlights 2016
During the Annual meeting 2016 vice-chair Lennart Ackzell presented a slide show of the highlights of IFFA in 2016.
New Board members
Satu-Marja Tenhiälä, Finland, and Johannes Kyrle, Austria, was elected new members of the IFFA Board at the annual meeting in January 2017.
IFFA Annual Meeting 2016 in Brussels
IFFA Annual Meeting 2016 will be organized in the European Forestry House in Brussels 10 January 2017.
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.