Investing in a Green Cambodia

Investing in a Green Cambodia

Investing in a Green Cambodia by Nadia Urriola Canchari, 26 July 2018 Cambodia is characterized by a large rural population, in factit represents 78.8% of the total population (FAO, 2017). The majority of them depend on agriculture for their subsistence, but this has...
How to Improve Strategic Planning in Asia-Pacific

How to Improve Strategic Planning in Asia-Pacific

How to Improve Strategic Planning in Asia-Pacific by Nadia Urriola Canchari, 26 July 2018 In 2017, a new study “Baseline Review, Gaps and Needs Assessment of Forestry Strategic Planning in the Asia-Pacific Region” was conducted to discuss the challenges that planners...
Treet of the Week: Mongabay Newscast

Treet of the Week: Mongabay Newscast

As life becomes increasingly mobile, we often find ourselves consuming more and more news on-the-go. Podcasts are new for many a preferred medium to listen to news and stories about topics they care about. However, until recently the selection of podcasts focusing on...
You have to be SMART about planning!

You have to be SMART about planning!

This was one of the tips given by David Ganz, one of the panelists APFNet invited to participate in the Forestry Planning Network (FPN) side-event during the 26th session of the Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission (APFC) in Colombo, Sri Lanka. He clearly seems to be...
Come visit us during APFC!

Come visit us during APFC!

The meeting of the Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission (APFC) in Colombo, Sri Lanka is approaching and the FPN will be part of it as well! Join us on Wednesday afternoon, October 25 15:30-17:00 hours during our side-event “Mapping the Future – Taking Forestry...