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IUFRO The Advocate for Forest Science.
Ahead of the upcoming IUFRO World Congress, we want to provide a platform for you to showcase your forest related research work and enter for a chance to win a cash prize of $500 USD! We know that there is a lot of interesting work being conducted around the world and that a lot of this work flies “under the radar”. This is your chance to bring awareness to your research or project and showcase its importance to the global forest community.
The deadline for submission is 30th September! Remember, the earlier you submit, the more online votes you can get!
Submit your blog showcasing the Congress theme "Sustaining Forests, Sustaining People – The Role of Research" by 30th September! You can win a cash prize of $500 USD!
We invite interested social media users, professionals, journalists, students, as well as beginners who have a desire to spread the word and promote the #IUFRO2014 Congress to join our SMT. More ...
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The Collaborative Partnership on Forests (CPF) has extended the closing date for its prestigious Wangari Maathai Award.