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April 19th, 2011
ANZIF 2011 Conference “Pacific Forestry – Growing a Forestry Future”

ANZIF 2011 “Pacific Forestry – Growing a Forestry Future” is a conference targeting forestry policy makers, managers and practitioners from the South Pacific region. Foresters from this part of the world have been challenged to lead a step change in the professionalism of forestry and forestry practice in the South Pacific as an example for the rest of the world. Issues such as illegal logging and climate change will be on the agenda, but 2011 is also the UN International Year of the Forest and a strong focus on social, cultural and economic expectations of forests in this region can be expected. Auckland itself has long been regarded as home to the world’s largest population of Pacific peoples; more than 1.4 million live within a short distance of its two large harbours. Read More