The Collaborative Partnership on Forests (CPF) is an innovative, voluntary inter-agency partnership of 15 international organizations, institutions and secretariats with substantial programmes on forests.
The vision of the CPF is that "by 2030 all types of forests and forest landscapes are sustainably managed, their multiple values are fully recognized, the potential of forests and their goods and services is fully unlocked, and the Global Forest Goals, the Sustainable Development Goals and other global forest-related goals, targets and commitments are achieved." To support countries achieve these aims, CPF members work together on forest issues to help move from deforestation to restoration.
Joint initiatives are established between several CPF member organizations to jointly coordinate and implement activities contributing to the same goals.
CPF joint initiatives strengthen collaboration and mobilize political, scientific, technical and financial support within and beyond the partnership.
Independent scientific assessments
Forest landscape restoration
Building blocks for environmental and economic recovery - a Stockholm+50 Associated Event.
The day is a unique moment to remind everyone that land degradation neutrality is achievable through problem-solving, strong community involvement and co-operation at all levels.
Hybrid Event, New York (United States)
The HLPF will review in-depth SDG 4 on quality education, 5 on gender equality, 14 on life below water, 15 on life on land, and 17 on partnerships for the Goals.
The Day raises awareness of the importance of mangrove ecosystems as unique, special and vulnerable ecosystems and to promote solutions for their sustainable management, conservation and uses.
Hybrid Event, Rome (Italy)
The Committee on Forestry (COFO) is the highest FAO Forestry statutory body bringing together heads of forest services and other senior government officials to identify emerging policy and technical issues, to seek solutions and to advise FAO and others on appropriate action.