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Outlook Session 2006: Trends Influencing the Future of Sustainable Forest Management
Held February 24, 2006
Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) addresses the Pinchot Institute Forum on Climate Change, Forests and Bioenergy
Teacher Training Workshop: Grey Towers 101
In partnership with the Lacawac Sanctuary and US Forest Service, the Pinchot Institute for Conservation invites you to participate in a free workshop for K-12 teachers of all subject areas. This workshop will:
  • Introduce teachers across grade levels and disciplines to the educational opportunities at Grey Towers National Historic Site.
  • Increase teacher and student understanding of the importance of Grey Towers and the Pinchot family to social justice, civil rights and the American conservation movement.  Connect the Pinchot legacy to relevant current social and environmental issues.
  • Introduce the site's Forestry Trail ecosystem and activities that address various academic standards.
  • Highlight a variety of student community service opportunities at Grey Towers NHS.

The Future of Wisconsin Forestry: A Global Perspective
Presentation by V. Alaric Sample at the statewide meeting of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, January 31, 2006. Download pdf.
UN Climate Change Conference Report
Dr. Steve Running
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Time: 4:00 - 6:00 pm
World Forestry Center, Miller Hall
4033 SW Canyon Rd., Portland, OR 97221
Tickets: $5 Student; $10 General
Register Here

The World Forestry Center, The Nature Conservancy, and the Pinchot Institute will hold a public lecture reporting on the UN Climate Change Conference being held in Paris, France. Dr. Steven Running was a chapter Lead Author for the 4th Assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. He received his M.S. in Forest Management at OSU and his Ph.D. in Forest Ecophysiology at CSU (Colorado). He is now a Regents Professor of Forest Ecology at the University of Montana, where he has been since 1979.

Dr. Running will be "on the ground" at the World Forestry Center while the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change will be taking place in Paris. He will talk about the latest climate negotiations, and the specific role global forests have in the Earth climate system.

Contact Amber Morrison at amorrison@worldforestry.org or 503.488.2122 with questions.
Wood Bioenergy: 2009 Regional Meetings
In an effort to ensure sustainability in the development of wood bioenergy, the Pinchot Institute and the Heinz Center are holding three regional meetings.

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