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E-Lecture Series

2009

Foundations for change - Key advances in forest management research
October 14 - December 9, 2009

Sponsors:
The Canadian Institute of Forestry
The Sustainable Forest Management Network

Abstract: While industry and government challenges in forest management continue to grow, so to do the solutions resulting from world class research programs. As part of the Sustainable Forest Management Network’s- Knowledge Exchange and Technology Extension (KETE) program, we chose a subset of our top researchers to showcase in a national electronic lecture series. The topics, ranging from biodiversity conservation to water resource management to ecosystem valuation, were timely and relevant for the forest industry. The ‘Foundations for Change’ series aimed to provide managers with the information they needed to make tough decisions in forest management today.

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2008

What Do We Know? Where Do We Need To Go? Assessing the State Of Knowledge of Sustainable Forest Management
September 17 - December 10, 2008

Sponsors:
The Canadian Institute of Forestry
The Sustainable Forest Management Network

Abstract: Climate change, global competition in forest products, and biodiversity conservation and society’s expectations are just a few of the many issues creating new challenges for Canada’s forest sector. These issues and others are continuing to demand new insights, options and solutions. A series of Sustainable Forest Management Network projects assess the current state-of-knowledge on some of the critical issues facing forest managers, and provide guidance on changes to SFM practice and policy.

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The Relationship between Protected Areas and Sustainable Forest Management. A series of e-lectures and tele-roundtables
October 22, 2008 - November 19, 2008

Hosted by:
The Sustainable Forest Management Network State of Knowledge Project on the Relationship Between Protected Areas and Sustainable Forest Management.

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