Congo Basin Rainforest ecosystems: The State of the Forests 2008 Report


After the publication of the French version of the State of the Forests 2008 Report, the Observatory for the Forests of Central Africa (OFAC) is pleased to announce that the English version of the Report is now available online on its official website.

 

Download the Full Report and Executive Summary in digital version

 

In addition, the International Conservation Caucus Foundation and the members of the International Conservation Caucus Foundation Advisory Council would like to inform you that the official launch of the English version of the "State of the Forest 2008" before the American Congress will be held on Thursday, January 14, 2010 between 10:30 am and 11:30 am in H-137 U.S. Capitol Building.

 

Please consult, for more information the links hereafter: The invite to the congressional briefing about the State of the Forest report

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