Hety Herawati is a researcher with CIFOR’s Forests and Environment Programme. She is conducting research on adapting tropical forests to climate change, such as adapting forests to future fire risks and hazards under a changing climate. Previously at CIFOR she has been active in issues related to forests and human health, and forest carbon stocks. She completed a Bachelor of Science in Forestry at the Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia in 1991 and a Masters in Agroforestry at Aberdeen University, United Kingdom in 1995. Before joining CIFOR in 1999, she worked for the Association of Indonesian Forest Concession Holders in Jakarta, Indonesia, on issues related to agroforestry, forest biodiversity conservation and climate change mitigation.
Researcher, Forests and Environment Programme
Climate change adaptation
Key areas of expertise
Forestry, climate change adaptation, climate change mitigation, ecosystem based adaptation, gender, forest fires, community based forest and fire management.
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