I am currently working on a global crowdsourcing project T20Q, which stands for Top 20 Questions for Forestry and Landscapes. T20Q encourages the forestry community to pose what they consider to be the key questions that should guide research and policy.
If you work in forestry, or have an interest as a business professional, student or retired individual, the project team are keen to hear from you. So far over 1000 questions have been received from more than 70 countries. Why not have your say? Visit the T20Q website.
I was interviewed recently by journalist Julie Mollins. Read the interview on the Global Landscapes Forum
T20Q is a project run by multiple partners. The website is hosted by the Sylva Foundation at: http://forestryevidence.com/t20q/