2nd Project Steering Committee Meeting for “Innovative solution for climate change and biodiversity landscape strategy to support SDGs in Indonesia” held virtually

As the project embarks on to its second year of implementation in 2022, the 2nd Project Steering Committee meeting was held virtually on 22nd December 2021 for project AFoCO/023/2021 for “Innovative solution for climate change and biodiversity landscape strategy to support SDGs in Indonesia”. The

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2021 Annual Thematic Dialogue (promo)

The Annual Thematic Dialogue is a dialogue session and platform for forward-looking discussions among AFoCO and its member countries to guide strategic planning processes and programming for the coming years. This activity also aims to harvest the interests of member countries in achieving AFoCO’s regional

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Mongolian forestry in a changing environment

1. Background Mongolia has about 18.6 million ha of forestlands occupying 11.8% of the country’s total land area. Of these, 11,968 ha are fire-prone areas, 1,241 ha are logged-over lands, 9,570 ha are pest-affected areas. Only 12.4 million ha, or 7.85% of the country’s territory, is actually covered by

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2nd Project Steering Committee Meeting for “Innovative solution for climate change and biodiversity landscape strategy to support SDGs in Indonesia” held virtually

As the project embarks on to its second year of implementation in 2022, the 2nd Project Steering Committee meeting was held virtually on 22nd December 2021 for project AFoCO/023/2021 for “Innovative solution for climate change and biodiversity landscape strategy to support SDGs in Indonesia”. The

Read More »

2021 Annual Thematic Dialogue (promo)

The Annual Thematic Dialogue is a dialogue session and platform for forward-looking discussions among AFoCO and its member countries to guide strategic planning processes and programming for the coming years. This activity also aims to harvest the interests of member countries in achieving AFoCO’s regional

Read More »

Mongolian forestry in a changing environment

1. Background Mongolia has about 18.6 million ha of forestlands occupying 11.8% of the country’s total land area. Of these, 11,968 ha are fire-prone areas, 1,241 ha are logged-over lands, 9,570 ha are pest-affected areas. Only 12.4 million ha, or 7.85% of the country’s territory, is actually covered by