The UK’s Role in Global Forestry
10 April 2019
ICF National Conference 2019
Wednesday 10 – Thursday 11 April 2019
Examination Schools, Oxford
Although we are a small island, the UK has a surprising influence on the global forestry stage. We are one of the largest net importers of timber. We also import other products, such as palm oil and soya, which are driving deforestation. This means that we influence forests far beyond our shores. Meanwhile, we are also one of the biggest donors of forest-related development assistance, and some of our world renowned institutions and experts continue to play a major part in shaping the future for the world’s forests.
The programme and booking form can be found at www.charteredforesters.org/ukglobalforestry or Tel: 0131 240 1425.
Early bird booking discounts to end December 2018. Student places available.