The Conference and Expo is an opportunity for stakeholders in the commercial forestry sector in Kenya and the region, to showcase and exhibit commercial forestry technologies and opportunities that investors can tap into.
Forests and Climate Change
The work of this group supports national and regional adaptation in Africa by means of an improved scientific understanding of the impacts of climate change on forests and people in Africa and the options and priorities for adaptation.
Join us online or in-person from 5-7 November 2021 for the hard-hitting, inclusive and solutions-oriented GLF Climate Hybrid Conference.
IUFRO WORLD DAY - Digital Forest Science Forum 2021! It takes place online, in three time zones around the world with 24 hours of forest-related research topics, networking and emerging issues of relevancy for global policy makers.
Forest degradation and deforestation are major causes of global environmental change. The
combined emissions from deforestation and degradation account for an estimated 20% of
global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest
We are very excited to announce the CFC program is finalized.
COMSATS Center for Climate and Sustainability (CCCS) together with United Nations Environment Programme- International Ecosystem Management Program (UNEP-IEMP) cordially invite you to attend a Virtual Conference on the occasion of World Environment Day 2021 on th
Link For Webinar Recording:
Meeting ID: 912 7391 0239
Greetings from COMSATS Center for Climate and Sustainability (CCCS) and Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS) !
The German Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMU) has launched a new funding round of the thematic selection procedure under International Climate Initiative (IKI).
Do you think your career story can inspire others to take up forestry profession in Africa? Are you making an impact in the society as a current student of Forestry in Africa? Are you an outstanding early career professional in the forest sector in Africa?
The training workshop will be conducted by the University of Oxford, SPDC’s partner in organising systematic review training workshops for the forest science community.
Interested scientists are encouraged to register for this online training workshop.