Rafal Chudy – footballer and forester with experience on many positions. He likes to play tough, but has never got a red card. Rafal was gaining an experience in teams such as SLU, NCSU, SGGW, UH and UHH. Next, he transferred to a football intern camp to State Forests in Poland. After two years of being a bench warmer and having no further perspectives for personal and professional development, he was noticed by NMBU, where he moved immediately based on a free transfer agreement. Contact me by e-mail: email@example.com
Isaac Sanz Canencia – forester. MSc in Forestry and Environmental Engineering at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. He has experience in management working at a National Park.
Currently the focus of his work is a project about hydrologic restoration of a creek and his basin. He has worked in Italy at two projects of the european programme Life+ translating to the spanish a version of a manual of one of these projects.
He is also interested in everything related to the world of forestry, forest certification, wood industries, mycology, protected natural areas, gardens and city parks, silviculture and wood biomass production. Passionate traveller, mountains and hiking.
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Marco Mina – forest ecologist. PostDoc at the Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL. He studied Forestry and Environmental Science in Padua University and he did his PhD in Forest Ecology at ETH Zürich.
The focus of his research is on better understanding the impacts of climate change on forests and ecosystem services using process-based, statistical models and forest inventory data.
He is also interested in dendroecology, silviculture and wood biomass production.
He loves traveling, running marathons, Nordic skiing, cooking and drinking his own brewed beer.
My name is Bruno Kanieski; I am a Ph.D. candidate in Forest Economics at North Carolina State University. I have over five years of experience in the Brazilian Forest Sector. I worked as a consultant in forest appraisals, analysis of timber market and forest investment returns, and sustainable forest management. My research interest is to apply economic theories to the forest market. As an forest economist, I believe the market forces can help us to achieve sustainable forest management and increase regional wealth. My research focus is on the impacts of forest certification on international trade, as well as, timber market structure in the USA and Brazil. I am looking forward to keep in touch with my fellow readers and spread interesting topics to foresters over the world.