23 November 2020
Many of us started this year with shining eyes, welcoming in a new decade of restoration and celebration, but have been met by immense challenges throughout 2020. While many of our plans for action and direct engagement have been thrown off or gone virtual, this has also been a time for reflection. In that spirit, The Forests Dialogue (TFD) welcomes you to celebrate its 20th anniversary, reflect on what has been accomplished, and envision the role of dialogue for people and forests in the future.
20 July 2020
Sara Santiago (M.F. ‘19)
10 June 2020
The  Forests Dialogue is an inclusive multi-stakeholder forum that seeks to ensure forested landscapes worldwide are used to enhance social, environmental and economic values for all. We note with shock and deep regret the murder of George Floyd and other recent incidents of racism and violence that have sparked protests in the USA and many other countries.
Mole Ecological Landscape LUD
14 November 2019
Competing land uses have put the landscape at risk. A participatory and integrated approach is a key tool to reconcile the different perceptions and interests, reduce deforestation, reduce conflict and increase land productivity in the region in the pursuit of a sustainable landscape and socio-economic growth.
28 October 2019
TFD is pleased to launch the Co-chairs’ Summary for the recent Land Use Dialogue that took place in the Mangai Landscape in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
25 April 2019
TFD is pleased to launch the Co-Chairs’ Summary for the recent Land Use Dialogue on Sustainable Land Use in Ghana’s Wassa Amenfi landscape. 
15 February 2019
TFD is pleased to launch the Co-Chairs’ Summary Report from the recent field dialogue on Tree Plantations in the Landscape in New Zealand.