Peter Wood has worked in the field of international forest policy, human rights and sustainability for over two decades in a variety of roles, including with non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations. He has served on various international expert bodies, such as the Global Expert Panel on International Forest Governance (IUFRO), and has been involved in the development of multilateral agreements on climate change and biodiversity. He completed his PhD in Forestry at the University of Toronto.
June 5, 2023 | Author: UBC Forestry
Posted in: Ecosystems and Climate Change, Faculty Profiles, Human Dimensions of the Environment, Lecturers
Tagged with: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Forest Governance, Forest Policy, Human Rights, Sustainability