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Robert Nasi was born in 1959 in Nice, France. He graduated as a forest engineer from the French National Forestry School and achieved a PhD in the field of ecology from the University of Paris Sud – Orsay. Since 1982, he has been living and travelling extensively in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, undertaking research activities in the fields of ecology and management of tropical forests. He joined CIFOR in August 1999 and held several research and management positions in the organization (principal scientist, biodiversity program leader, program director). He is, since January 1st, 2014, the Deputy Director General for Research, and since November 1st, 2017, the Director General of CIFOR.
Authored by Robert Nasi
The Forests of the Congo Basin: State of the Forests 2021
Hunting Wildlife in the Tropics and Subtropics
Sebuah Kesepakatan Baru untuk Alam?
03 February 2023
In conversation with Robert Nasi, Director General of CIFOR (full interview)
31 October 2017
CIFOR-ICRAF Trees, forests and landscapes for people and the planet
27 June 2022
Restoration of degraded peatlands: connecting science with policy and practice
15 June 2022
Monitoring and managing tropical peatland restoration
12 May 2022