Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry

Founding Year: 2000



Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry (2000; New Haven, CT;

It aims to foster “leadership through dialogue and innovative programs, creates and tests new tools and methods, and conducts research to support sustainable forest management worldwide.”  To this end, it works to “integrate and strengthen Yale’s forestry research, education, and outreach to address the needs of the twenty-first century and a globalized environment” through “faculty-led programs and partnerships with other Yale centers and forestry institutions in the United States and abroad.”

Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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