Once upon a time

By Vicky Tremblay A French storyteller, Frederic Calnes, took me to dreamland today with his inspiring forest tale. With a legend, he addressed the issue of forestry in developing countries and indigenous peoples concerns. He talked about the importance of acting in relationship with native peoples about the forest we want to exploit. He discussed … Continue reading Once upon a time

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Indonesian Pavilion for the win!

By Jen Dawes Today was tiring...more so than any other day so far! I don't know if it's the jetlag finally catching up with me or a brain overload of amazing content from all the sessions I've attended. Either way, I am pushing through and taking in as much as I can! One area of … Continue reading Indonesian Pavilion for the win!

DAY THREE: Quality global forest surveys using satellites and Trump Trump Trump

By Charlotte Ross-Harris The development of more comprehensive satellite imagery is making forest management and assessment much easier and more detailed. Throughout the many workshops I attend or accidentally stumble upon, I have seen many different applications of the technology. The extremely high level resolution images being produced now are the first to provide conclusive … Continue reading DAY THREE: Quality global forest surveys using satellites and Trump Trump Trump