WEBINAR: Opportunities and challenges for the global forest sector

To celebrate International Day of Forests on Sunday 21 March, the IFA/AFG is delighted to host the following webinar:

Opportunities and challenges for the global forest sector
Date
: Friday 19 March
Time: 9:00am - 10:00am (AEST)
RFP CPD Points: 1.0

Speaker:
Geraint Richards, Head Forester, Duchy of Cornwall, UK Geraint Richards has been the Head Forester for the Duchy of Cornwall for 25 years. As well as managing the Duchy’s trees, woodlands and forests, Geraint is involved with a wide range of initiatives and organisations, both nationally and internationally, many of which are associated with His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. Geraint will explore the many opportunities and challenges that he experiences as a professional forester, using the Duchy’s own woodlands as a case study but applying these to the global forestry community.

About:
The world has just experienced one of the most extraordinary and traumatic periods in recent history, and the international forestry community has been affected by the events of the last year in a myriad of ways. It will take a long time to come to grips with the world we now live in, but as a community we must begin piecing together the challenges and opportunities facing our forests and the people who rely on them. Before we celebrate International Day of Forests on the 21st of March 2021, we will pause to consider what it all means, and how we can bring together the global forestry community in an uncertain world.

Cost: (inc GST)
IFA/AFG Members:
Free*, as part of the International Day of Forests celebrations. 
Non-members:
$40
*
While this webinar is free for members to attend, members will need to register in order to receive joining instructions.

Everyone who registers:
  • Receives a link and joining instructions 24 hours before the webinar commences
  • Receives a recording of the webinar, so if you cant listen live you can listen later
Click HERE to register


Registrations close: 12 noon Wednesday 17 March