A David Evison4

President's Column 4 Nov 2019

I had the pleasure of visiting Europe early in October, where I presented a paper on the investment returns from New Zealand commercial forests at the 6th International Faustmann Symposium. Martin Faustmann was a German forester (and the father of forest economics, and finance), and the conference is held to honour his contribution approximately every three years. The next symposium will be in New Zealand, at the School of Forestry.  Read more 

9:02 AM, 04 Nov 2019


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In the News 4 Nov 2019

Forestry News from around the world and New Zealand, including: 

  • Carbon bomb: Study says climate impact from loss of intact tropical forests grossly underreported
  • Oregon, US: Failing forestry: Oregon’s forestry department is on an unsustainable path
  • Germany: The Black Forest is Being Eaten Alive, and Germany Doesn’t seem to Mind
  • World:  Pooling knowledge in tropical landscapes key to resilience
  • World:  Experts call for restriction of ‘climate-damaging’ forestry bioenergy

9:27 PM, 04 Nov 2019


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Institute News 4 Nov 19

The latest news from the NZIF includes:

  • From the Registrar
  • Radiata Pine Breeding Company New Website Release
  • Events: 2019 Forestry Workforce Roadshow: November 6th to 28th
  • Event: NZIF Christmas Function
  • Events: UC Forest Engineering Professional Development Courses – 2019

     

7:41 PM, 04 Nov 2019


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Institute News 21 Oct 2019

The latest news from the NZIF includes:

  • From the Registrar
  • NZFS 100th anniversary celebration
  • University of Canterbury professor wins award for carbon forestry research
  • Forest Grower Levy Trust Board – Elections 
  • Radiata Pine Breeding Company New Website Release

     

8:39 AM, 21 Oct 2019



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