Regional Forestry Commissions
Six Regional Forestry Commissions were established by the FAO Conference between 1947 and 1959. Every two years, the Commissions bring together the Heads of Forestry in each major region of the world to address the most important forestry issues in the region. The Commissions consider both policy and technical issues. The Commissions play a key role in the international arrangement on forests, serving as a link between global dialogue at the Committee on Forestry (COFO) and the United Nations Forum on Forests (UNFF), and national implementation. The Regional Forestry Commissions are also active in-between formal sessions. Most of the Commissions have technical working groups or sub-regional chapters that implement projects that benefit from collaboration among countries in the region.
|North American Forest Commission - 27th Session||FAO (FODL), US Forest Service||11 يونيو 2014 - 13 يونيو 2014||الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية||Madison, Wisconsin||English, Spanish||Peter Csoka Dominique Rozas|
|African Forestry and Wildlife Commission - 20th Session||FAO||2015||أن يكون مقرّرا||أن يكون مقرّرا||English, French|
|Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission - 26th Session||FAO||2015||أن يكون مقرّرا||أن يكون مقرّرا||English|
|Joint Session of the 38th European Forestry Commission - 72nd UNECE Committee on Forest and Forest Industry||FAO, ECE||2015||أن يكون مقرّرا||أن يكون مقرّرا||English, French, Spanish, Russian|
|Latin American and Caribbean Forestry Commission - 29th Session||FAO (FOD)||5 أكتوبر 2015 - 9 أكتوبر 2015||أن يكون مقرّرا||أن يكون مقرّرا||English, Spanish|