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Ahead of COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, The Nature Conservancy published emerging findings from a case study on jurisdictional REDD+ implementation to support the critical climate efforts of Indigenous Peoples in Mato Grosso State, Brazil. Indufor …

  In 2021, Indufor partnered with Rainforest Foundation Norway (RFN) to produce a report that, for the first time, estimated the scale of international donor funding for land tenure and forest management of Indigenous Peoples …

Which sawn softwood markets are expected to face oversupply and price pressure? And which markets are facing supply shortages and price increases? Can birch plywood be replaced in industrial applications by eucalyptus or poplar plywood? …

Indufor’s Dongliang (Kimi) Shi attended the Forum of Jointly Promote Responsible Wood Trade & Investment in the BRI Countries on Sep. 5th, 2022. Below is a brief overview of the timber trade and investment situations …

CIFB Dam

The Corporate Investments into Forestry and Biodiversity (CIFB) Summit in Amsterdam, held on 14–15.9. 2022, focused on information and methodologies for investing in natural climate solutions, particularly concerning forestry and biodiversity in the backdrop of …

Understanding ‘wood basket’s’ and their current and potential future wood supply often underpin forest investment strategies. In some countries, public information on plantation areas, species and tending regimes are compiled from grower surveys. The granularity …

Guyana forests

For the past decade, Indufor has actively supported the Guyana Forestry Commission in developing its forest monitoring system. Today, near-real-time forest change alerts are captured by satellite images and processed to provide actionable information. You …

Indufor signed a new project with the Lao Department of Forestry regarding technical assistance for the Lao Landscapes and Livelihoods Project (LLL). This project started in March 2022 and will continue until 2027. The LLL …

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