The Forestry Division (NFO) leads FAO’s work in promoting sustainable forest management and sustainable mountain development and providing leadership on the environmental, social and economic dimensions of forestry, including its contributions to poverty reduction and food security and nutrition. It liaises with Member Countries, civil society and the private sector in aspects ranging from development of effective forest policies to forest conservation and management issues, and strengthens the role of forests in climate change mitigation and adaptation. The Division is recognized for its vast experience in upland watershed management and is spearheading a global agenda on hydrological services of forests and trees. Finally, the Division also collects, analyses and disseminates informati

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