Welcome to the CFA

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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 President 

“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”.

Read why Professor Innes supports the CFA


Recent publications

International Forestry Review - December 2022  

CFA Newsletter - December 2022

Papers

An overview of interactions between wildlife and forest illegalities in Cameroon S. ASSEMBE-MVONDO and A. KAN

Ecosystem services in recreational forests of Turkey: analysis of national forest policies and scientific studies E. ATMİŞ and H.B. GÜNŞEN

Can recognition and respect of forest resource rights save Echuya Central Forest Reserve? A precursor for appropriate collaborative forest management S.G. BUGABO, R. BITARIHO and M. TWINAMATSIKO

A forest-based circular bioeconomy for sustainable development: a case study of Konya Province, Turkey T. DENİZ and A. PALETTO

Implications of legalizing artisanal chainsaw milling on social welfare, income distribution and the economic performance of sawyers in Cameroon A.J. JAZA FOLEFACK and D. DARR

Forest restoration policy in the North Korea based on the reforestation experience in South Korea S. JI, S. SHIN and Y. LEE

Climate change effects, adaptation and community-based forest management in the mid-hills of Tanahu and Kaski districts, Nepal G. KARKI, R. KUNWAR, B. BHATTA and N. RAJ DEVKOTA

Forest bioeconomy in three European countries: Finland, the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic P. PALÁTOVÁ, R.C. PURWESTRI and L. MARCINEKOVÁ

Compensatory afforestation policy in India: an analysis using an ecorestoration lens S. TAMBE, G.S. RAWAT, P. KRISHEN, M.K. RANJITSINH, N. GHOSH, A.S. RAWAT and J. TAKPA

 
 
Lead
• Restoring forests at the edge of the
Commonwealth
Association News
• Prince of Wales announces
pan-Commonwealth QCC
commitment
 
Forest Scenes
• COP 27
• Lula win hailed as victory for the Amazon
• Representing Timber Yield Sustainability from Selectively Logged Forests
• Kenyan government halts baobab exports to Georgia after outcry
• Brazil: Lula's win
• Forests key to survival
• Forestry at a tech conference?
• What a hundred women can do
• Forests in the desert
 
Publications
• Forests, water and land health
• Halting deforestation
• Forestry Facts and Figures 2022
• Mr Garry’s Zambian Trees
• ITTO Strategic Action Plan 2022–26
• A decade of REDD+
• Protecting the Amazon
 
Around the World

 

Latest News

Nigeria Chapter Conference - virtual meeting
Forest Ecosystem Potentials in Nigeria: Opportunities for Green Economy in the 21st Century V...
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