Forests and other non-cultivated habitats provide a range of environmental products critical to livelihoods while also raising conservation concerns. This conference invites submissions on wild harvests of environmental products in Asia focusing on the four sub-themes of collection, marketing, and trade; conservation and sustainable use; policy and governance; and livelihoods.
November 30th to December 2nd, 2017 [ Kathmandu, Nepal ]
This conference will bring together a wide range of researchers and practitioners to facilitate discussions of the latest advances in our knowledge on environmental products and their importance to livelihoods and conservation.
Transiting to Green Growth: Natural Resources in Nepal (TGG-N) uses the example of commercial medicinal and aromatic plants to investigate the potential for transiting to a green economy in the sector by promoting sustainable resource use, generating inclusive employment, and contributing to poverty alleviation.Learn More
Science and Power in Participatory Forestry (SCIFOR) is a research and education capacity development project in partnership between four institutions in three continents. Learn More