UNECE Committee on Forests and the Forest Industry (COFFI)
1947 Geneva Switzerland
Established 1947, Geneva (Switzerland), as a Sub-Committee of E-XE4176 - United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). Original title: UNECE Timber Committee (TC). Also referred to as Timber Committee.
Strengthen the forest sector and its contribution to sustainable development throughout the UNECE region, through monitoring, analysis, capacity building and the provision of a forum for discussion, taking into account the changing policy environment, notably as regards to climate change and bioenergy.
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Joint FAO/ECE Working Party on Forest Economics and Statistics; Joint UNECE/FAO/ILO Expert Network on Implementing Sustainable Forest Management.
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