Deadline: Nov 29, 2013
WWF-UK are recruiting a consultant for a research study: Improving our understanding of illegal logging: A study into timber trade flows, actors and impacts of illegal logging. The purpose of the study to describe and analyze for each of the five project countries (Colombia, Ghana, Central African Republic, Malaysia and Indonesia) and for all of them together: Timber trade flows: The impacts of illegal logging. Stakeholders and actors in the illegal logging and timber trade and how they can be motivated to support actions to decrease illegal logging and timber trade.Visit the WWF website.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Manager for Forest & Climate Change. Under the supervision of the Director, the Knowledge Sharing & Learning (KS&L) Manager is responsible for developing and implementing the Forest and Climate Programme’s (FCP) KS&L strategy and work plans, ensuring that these align with and support the FCP’s overarching strategy and learning framework in ways that influence REDD+ policy, finance and implementation. Learn more.
FEEDING 9 BILLION WHILE MAINTAINING THE PLANET
Tuesday, 3/6 @ 6:30 PM
OneWorld and The Poverty and Power Research Initiative (PPRI) invites you to a discussion with Jason Clay, senior V.P. of the World Wildlife Fund. on the topic. We invite the Tufts community think about how to transparently grow more food without turning over more land to agricultural production, thus tackling the first steps toward sustainability in food production and consumption.
For more information about Dr. Jason Clay and his work with WWF, see the website.