Collaborative Partnership on Forests

8th World Forest Week 3-7 October
Focus on the contributions of forests to the Sustainable Development Goals
Joint statement from the Collaborative Partnership on Forests


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.

Members

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Joint initiatives

Wangari Maathai Forest Champions Award

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. 

 

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Forest education ©FAO/IR Media
Forest education
26/11/2021

Building capacity and knowledge

Vietnam ©FAO
Forest finance facilitation
26/11/2021

Effective funding for forests

Vietnam ©FAOJoan Manuel Baliellas
Global Forest Expert Panels
26/11/2021

Independent scientific assessments

Indonesia ©FAO/Rahmadiyono Widodo
Green finance for sustainable landscapes
26/11/2021

Deforestation-free financing

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International Day of Forests
26/11/2021

Celebrate forests on 21 March

Brazil ©FAO/L. Taylor
Streamlining forest-related reporting for countries
26/11/2021

Make reporting easier for countries

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Strengthening engagement on forest landscape restoration
26/11/2021

Forest landscape restoration

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Sustainable Wood for a Sustainable World
25/11/2021

Sustainable wood value chains

Wangari Maathai
Wangari Maathai Forest Champions Award
26/11/2021

Recognizing outstanding contributions

Upcoming events >>

Hybrid Event, Rome (Italy)

26th Session of the Committee on Forestry
03/10/2022 - 07/10/2022

The Committee on Forestry brings together heads of forest services and other senior government officials to identify emerging policy and technical issues, to seek solutions and to advise FAO on appropriate action. 

Hybrid Event, Rome (Italy)

A bright future for forestry - investing in youth career development
04/10/2022

8th World Forest Week event showcasing initiatives to support career development through improved human resource practices, policies, vocational training and education. 

Hybrid Event, Rome (Italy)

Sustainable wood and non-wood forest products - pathways to carbon-neutral and resilient bioeconomies
04/10/2022

8th World Forest Week event raising awareness of the transformative potential of the forest sector.

Hybrid Event, Rome (Italy)

Working together to manage fires for climate and people
05/10/2022

8th World Forest Week event promoting integrated fire management at scale including for sustainable food systems.

Hybrid Event, Rome (Italy)

Beyond numbers: employment and income in forestry
06/10/2022

What are the forest socioeconomic contributions to decent work and sustainable growth? 8th World Forest Week event

Hybrid Event, Rome (Italy)

Biodiversity mainstreaming in forestry
06/10/2022

8th World Forest Week event sharing good practices that balance conservation and sustainable use of forest biodiversity.

Hybrid Event, Rome (Italy)

Directing funding where it matters
07/10/2022

Financing national and local stakeholders for actions to halt deforestation and implement sustainable forestry. 8th World Forest week event