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Enrico Replan

Enrico L. Replan is a forest policy researcher with World Agroforestry. He also works as an agroforestry researcher for the Integrated Natural Resources and Environmental Project, a joint initiative of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and World Agroforestry, funded by the Asian Development Bank. His research focuses on forestry policy, particularly on timber regulations, utilization and trees on farms in the Philippines. He is a PhD candidate in Environmental Science. He has a Master's Degree in Forestry, major in Forest Biological Sciences: Plant Taxonomy and a Bachelor of Science from the University of the Philippines Los Baños.

Lack of knowledge may impede economic potential

Farmers in Java and Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia lack information on teak cultivation and non-timber forest products, leaving them with inadequate skills to improve their livelihoods.   Aside from irrigated rice, horticulture and plantation crops, both timber and non-timber forest...

More important than ever to work together to influence agricultural and forestry policies to feed and protect the planet

With the world already feeling the impact of climate change, feeding a future population of 9 billion while also keeping trees in landscapes to soak up carbon and provide many other benefits is a huge challenge best met...

Asia-Pacific Forest Communication Network meets urgent need

Policy makers, governments and international organizations increasingly recognize the urgent need for the forestry sector to improve its communication capacity and activity across countries and regions.   More than 35 communication workers, resource mobilizers, natural-resources managers and foresters...

Serving society: forestry and people

People-centred forestry is at the heart of ensuring future generations inherit a sustainable Earth. Agroforestry can be its local expression.   Ms Yuliatin, a community forestry leader from Jember in Indonesia, brought a grass-roots perspective to the opening...

Peruvian Environment Ministry and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) Sign a Memorandum of Understanding for Inter-Institutional Cooperation

On 7 December, the Peruvian Environment Ministry (MINAM), represented by H.E. Minister Manuel Pulgar-Vida, and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), represented by its Director-General, Dr. Anthony Simons signed a memorandum of understanding for inter-institutional cooperation. The signature of...