This article is the second of a series, based on interviews with some of the most prominent researchers who have dedicated part of their careers to the question of how the forests landscape should beContinue reading
Tag: forest policy
30 years of triad forestry: an interview with Dr. Robert Seymour
Recently, I’ve been meditating on the strengths and weaknesses of intensively managed plantations. I understand firsthand the incredible efficiency of plantation forestry to produce wood fiber; I worked nearly a decade in some of theContinue reading
The bioeconomy should be a new way of thinking – interview with Dr Marc Palahi
Couple days before the scientific seminar “Emerging forest-based solutions and their implications for forest management” organized within EFI 2017 Annual Meeting in Norway, I had a great pleasure to meet with Dr Marc Palahi –Continue reading
JOB ALERT: Associate Professor/Professor in forest economics and/or forest policy in Norway!
The Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has a vacant permanent position as Associate Professor or Professor in forest economics and/or forest policy.
How decentralized policies can help to reduce deforestation?
Researchers from four U.S. universities presented evidence that deforestation can be limited thanks to empowering local governments with forestry decisions. In order to make this happen, local forest users have to be actively engaged withContinue reading