IUFRO's Funding Partners

IUFRO is most grateful to all our funding partners for providing financial support and in-kind contributions to IUFRO activities. Our funding partners include national governments, international organizations and institutions, private foundations and research agencies around the globe.


Continuous Funding

The following partners (listed in alphabetical order) provide continuous funding, both financially and in-kind, to IUFRO Headquarters and its various Special Projects and Programmes (i.e. the Special Programme for Development of Capacities, SPDC; the Global Forest Information Service, GFIS; the Global Forest Expert Panels, GFEP Programme; the Special Project on World Forests, Society and Environment, WFSE; and the Special Programme Directors’ Forum, SPDF):


Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Regions and Tourism, BMLRT

https://www.bmlrt.gv.at/english/


German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, BMU

https://www.bmu.de/en/


German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development, BMZ

https://www.bmz.de/en/


Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, MFA

https://um.fi/frontpage


National Institute of Forest Science, Republic of Korea, NIFOS

https://eng-nifos.forest.go.kr


Natural Resources Institute Finland, LUKE

https://www.luke.fi/en/


United States Forest Service, US-FS

https://www.fs.usda.gov/


Project-Based Funding

Specific projects within the network, including some of the activities by IUFRO’s Special Projects and Programmes, benefit from direct project-based funding (both financial and in-kind).

The following sponsors (in alphabetical order) provided their support to IUFRO projects and activities in 2019-2020:


Audemars-Watkins Foundation

 


Austrian Research Centre for Forests, BFW

http://bfw.ac.at/



European Forest Institute, EFI

https://efi.int/


German Ministry of Food and Agriculture, BMEL

https://www.bmel.de/EN/


Global Environment Facility, GEF

https://www.thegef.org/


 

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