CIFOR advances human well-being, equity and environmental integrity by conducting innovative research, developing partners’ capacity, and actively engaging in dialogue with all stakeholders to inform policies and practices that affect forests and people. CIFOR is a CGIAR Research Center, and leads the CGIAR Research Program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (FTA).
Our headquarters are in Bogor, Indonesia, with offices in Nairobi, Kenya; Yaounde, Cameroon; and Lima, Peru.
CIFOR achieves science-driven impact. We conduct innovative research, strengthen partners’ capacity and actively engage in dialogue with all stakeholders, bringing the latest insights on forests and people to global decision making.
CIFOR’s headquarters are in Bogor, Indonesia, with offices in Nairobi, Kenya; Yaounde, Cameroon; Lima, Peru and Bonn, Germany. Together, our researchers are working in more than 50 countries.
This is a special issue of International Forestry Review on Shifting global development discourses - Implications for forests and livelihoods. Complete list of articles are:
Forestry discourses and forest based development – an introduction to the Special Issue
Forests for sustainable development: a process approach to forest sector contributions to the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Integrated climate change adaptation: towards an emancipatory community forestry-based approach
Environmental concerns in political bioeconomy discourses
REDD+ and Green Growth: synergies or discord in Vietnam and Indonesia
REDD+ politics in the media: a case study from Vietnam
Narrating illegal logging across the globe: between green protectionism and sustainable resource use
What can environmental narratives tell us about forestry conflicts? The case of REDD+
Emerging forest ecosystem service entrepreneurship in Finland and Peru
Forestry development priorities in Finnish national forest programmes
The problematic old roots of the new green economy narrative: how far can it take us in re-imagining sustainability in forestry?
Changing governance arrangements: NTFP value chains in the Congo Basin
Forest ecosystem services, corporate sustainability and local livelihoods in industrial plantations of China: building conceptual awareness on the interlinkages
International Forestry Review 19(Supplement 1)
Katila, P.; de Jong, W.; Galloway, G.; Pacheco, P.; Pottinger, A.J.; (eds.)