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46th issue of Forest Cover, the newsletter of the Global Forest Coalition

8 Oct, 2014

In this new issue of Forest Cover 46 you will find an interesting editorial on the views of civil society in the Pacific about the 3rd United Nations Small Islands Developing States (SIDS) Conference, followed by a report from former GFC’s chairperson Miguel Lovera who attended the Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Committee on Forestry (COFO) in Rome last June. Likewise, Anatoly Lebedev from Russia brings some insights on what the last FSC General Assembly was; Nele Marien, from the …

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GFC Annual Report 2013

21 Dec, 2013

Chair intro (by Andrey Laletin): Global Forest Coalition looks to the long-term, seeking real, fair and lasting solutions to forest loss. This is far from easy, especially in light of…

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GFC Annual Report 2012

21 Dec, 2012

Chair intro (by Andrey Laletin): A ‘Green Economy’ marked by thousands of hectares of fresh new monoculture tree plantations producing raw material for the ‘bioeconomy’ and a drastic expansion of…

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GFC Annual Report 2011

21 Dec, 2011

Chair intro (by Fiu Mata’ese Elisara-La’ulu): This year, 2011, has been another challenging year for our global, regional and national work in terms of the on-going and drastic reduction in…

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GFC Annual Report 2010

21 Dec, 2010

Chair intro (by Fiu Mata’ese Elisara-La’ulu): I am happy to present this 2010 report as the first in my capacity as Chairman of the GFC Board. The Executive Director, her…

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GFC Annual Report 2009

21 Dec, 2009

Chair intro (by Miguel Lovera): By fighting poverty and defending the rights of Indigenous Peoples and other forest dependent peoples, we all have a lot to gain. The year 2009…

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GFC Annual Report 2008

29 Jan, 2009

The year 2008 will be remembered as a year of crisis. It was marked by the global economic crisis, which touched upon all of us in one way or another,…

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