Professor David Bray in the Department of Earth & Environment has received three invitations over the next month to talk about different aspects of his research on Mexican forest management as a global model in the context of Reduction of Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+) programs.
- On October 18 in Oaxaca, Mexico he will address a session of Megaflorestais. MegaFlorestais is a network of public forest agency leaders from some of the worlds' most forested countries, dedicated to advancing international dialogue and exchange on forest governance and public forest agency reforms. http://www.rightsandresources.org/programs.php?id=82
- On October 21, he will participate in a panel on “Do Tropical Forests have a Future?” at the annual meetings of the Society of Environmental Journalists which is being held in Miami http://www.sej.org/initiatives/sej-annual-conferences/AC2011-main .
- And on November 8 he is the keynote speaker at a seminar in Mexico City sponsored by the Interamerican Institute for Agricultural Cooperation http://www.iica.int/Esp/regiones/norte/mexico/Paginas/Default.aspx