Welcome to the CFA
The CFA is a partner in a new initiative, The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy, in which Commonwealth citizens are leading the world in efforts to protect the forest – forest that their communities and the planet as a whole depend on.
The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy will show that, irrespective of geography, economy, culture or tenure, solutions exist to the threats facing these critical ecosystems. For more information visit the QCC website.
Professor John Innes, CFA Chair
“The objective of the CFA is to promote the conservation and sustainable management of the world's forests and the contributions they make to peoples’ livelihoods…..”
“A particularly important aspect of the CFA is the links that are being forged between forestry professionals and civil society”.
|International Forestry Review - March 2017||CFA Newsletter - March 2017|
REDD+ in Nepalese community forests R.R. BASTAKOTI and C. DAVIDSEN
Understanding community criteria for assessing forest co-management programmes: evidence from Malawi L. CHINANGWA, A.S. PULLIN and N. HOCKLEY
Looking beyond tenure in China’s Collective Forest Tenure Reform: insights from Yunnan Province, Southwest China J. HE and T. SIKOR
Forest based micro and small enterprises in Nepal: review of status, constraints, scope and approach effectiveness P. LAMSAL, K.P. PANT and D.R. BHATTA
An examination of the effects of recent tenure reforms in China’s collective forests on peasants’ forest activities and their income C. LIU, S. WANG and H. LIU
Stakeholders’ opinions and expectations for the forest-based sector: a regional case study in Italy A. PALETTO, G. GIACOVELLI and F. PASTORELLA
Empowering state agencies through national and international community forestry policies in Bangladesh P.K. SARKER, Md. S. RAHMAN and L. GIESSEN
Potential of TerraSAR-X and Sentinel 1 imagery to map deforested areas and derive degradation status in complex rain forests of Ecuador M.J. DELGADO-AGUILAR, F.E. FASSNACHT, M. PERALVO, C.P. GROSS and C.B. SCHMITT
An analysis of farmers’ net incomes from underplanted forest products: case studies from Hunan and Guangxi Provinces of China W. WANG, J.L. INNES and J. LIU
• Does Africa need the Great Green Wall?
• CFA conference in Nigeria
• Orphaned forest data
• City of Trees
• Participatory approaches work
• Building Africa’s GGW
• How to mainstream gender in forestry
• Illegal logging and related timber trade
• Where the land meets the sea
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