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Norway, FAO will boost transparency and accessibility of global forest information 11 October 2019 Information on the world's forests will be more transparent and easy-to-use than ever in the coming years, thanks to the new cooperation between FAO and the Government of Norway, which aims to improve global statistics on forest resources and their changes. [more]
Scientists learn how to make a “big bang” for forests 2 October 2019 A communication session organized by the Regional Forest Communicators Networks emphasised that a good story lies at the heart of all successful outreach – the kind that sways hearts and minds and inspires positive social change. [more]
Activist from Burundi receives top forestry award 1 October 2019 Collaborative Partnership on Forests honours Leonidas Nzigiyimpa for his outstanding contribution to improving forests and the lives of local communities. [more]

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FAO Forestry Paper 182

 

 

 


State of the World's Forests

 

 

 


Forests and Education


The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 21 March the International Day of Forests in 2012, to celebrate and raise awareness of the importance of all types of forests. The Collaborative Partnership on Forests choose a different theme for each International Day of Forests, during which countries are encouraged to undertake local, national and international efforts to organize activities involving forests and trees, such as tree planting campaigns.

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