The case for bioenergy in British Columbia I was recently on an advisory visit, reviewing the challenges and opportunities around the bioenergy sector in British Columbia. The study explored the complicated issues pertaining to the BC forest industry, such as...
Today, at the World Forestry Congress (WFC) in Korea, a day has been devoted to the topic of sustainable investments in forests for people, profit and nature, and I am honored to sit on a panel with WWF New Generation Plantations (NGP), titled: Screening in: Advancing...
Forest degradation or land degradation are terms that are thrown around loosely in the nature-based solutions space. This article aims to provide some guidance for preliminary land evaluation to answer this seemingly simple question – is this forest degraded?
Whenever I start a conversation with an investor who is interested to build a NBS pipeline, the primary questions I ask in order to understand their strategy are more or less the same. I thought I would share some of these with you, so if you are looking to develop your own NBS pipeline, you can gain some clarity on where you want to go.
Being a woman in the woods requires a lot of perseverance and proving yourself capable. In six years, Lina Hong has moved from a Sustainability Officer at Grandis Timber, a forest company in Cambodia, to become the Operational Manager.
Mette was not only in the top forestry position in the FAO, leading an international team of 300 people, but she also served as the Chair of the Collaborative Partnership on Forests – a collaboration of 15 organizations with an international mandate on forests, and co-lead the planning and implementation of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
In this latest article on my series dedicated to women of authority in the woods, I speak with MaryKate Bullen; a thought leader, and trailblazer in redefining the forest investment asset class, to represent its full value.
In honour of the upcoming International Women’s Day (on March 8, 2022), I’m running a series of articles, where I interview women of authority in the forest sector. We will cross cultures, geographies, roles and responsibilities to understand how these women have worked to the top of their field and understand their unique position on women winning in the woods.
Earlier this month, The ForestLink had its first birthday! With this milestone, I’ve paused to reflect on this last year and the trends I’ve observed. I have also dared to look into my crystal ball for what I expect to see in the year ahead.
How appropriately designed community outreach activities can both reduce risk and generate significant environmental and social benefits. A Case Study of community fire management in Ghana.