Asia Pacific Forestry Week


Study the program!

Registration to APFW 2011 is now closed. Registered participants can look at the set-up of plenary sessions, partner events and cultural activities in the APFW Programme Guide here.

Logistical information

For a map to CNCC, information on time/place for registration, directions in Chinese language and more, please confer the attached information note. click here.


Not able to come to Beijing? Let Beijing know how you celebrate Asia-Pacific Forestry Week 2011 and the International Year of Forests!
Bring APFW to your country and organize your own parallel Forestry Week celebration before or during the APFW 2011. Send us a short video, article or photo presentation of the event. We will share your local celebration with the hundreds of participants and organizations present in Beijing!

To read more about the Regional Celebration, please click here.


The documents for the 24th Session of the Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission are now finalized. The delegates can access these documents here.


Monday 7 November, Traditional Costumes Day at APFW!

The opening day of Asia-Pacific Forestry Week will celebrate the diversity and color of the region through “Traditional Costumes Day”. Participants are encouraged to represent their countries and celebrate diversity by wearing traditional costumes to the opening ceremony and throughout the day.

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Asia-Pacific Forestry Week is a milestone event, uniting the most important participants in Asia-Pacific forestry for 5 days of dynamic exchange. p Taking place between 7-11 November at the China National Convention Centre, Beijing China, the week centers upon daily plenary sessions and partner events led by a range of high profile keynote speakers and sector leaders.

It is anticipated that APFW 2011 will bring together around 1500 delegates representing the full spectrum of organizations contributing to forests and forestry in the region making it the most important forestry related event in 2011.

We invite you to join us in Beijing for Forestry Week!

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last updated:  Friday, July 5, 2013