International Society of Tropical Foresters (ISTF)
Société internationale des forestiers tropicaux
Sociedad Internacional de Forestales Tropicales
1950 Washington DC USA
1950, Washington DC (USA). Incorporated in the District of Columbia (USA). Sometimes also referred to in French and Spanish as Société internationale des ingénieurs forestiers tropicaux – Sociedad Internacional de Ingenieros Forestales Tropicales. Inactive 1972-1980. Dormant between 2012 and 2018, when it was revived.
Facilitate transfer of technology in forestry, wildlife, ecology, environmental, and industrial fields; promote technical interest in protection, management, rational use and development of tropical and semi-tropical forests.
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Board of Directors of 7 Directors elected by members, comprising President and Director-at-Large, Vice-President and Director-at-Large, 3 Regional Directors (Africa; Asia; Latin America) and 2 additional Directors-at-Large. The Board appoints Country Vice Presidents (currently 81) to act as ISTF liaisons in each country.
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