FPAC invites Canadians to participate in UN-sponsored forestry contest

FPAC
November 28, 2018
By FPAC
Nov. 28, 2018 – The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is inviting Canadians to show their appreciation of trees and forests by taking part in a United Nations-sponsored contest highlighting International Day of Forests 2019.

The Food And Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations has established “Forests and Education” as the theme to mark the occasion and, in doing so, the international body is inviting teachers and non-teachers across the globe to prepare a short video that shows how they educate children about the importance of trees and forests for our planet’s future.

“About one-third of our country is made up of forest, more than any other country on earth. As a result, Canadians from coast to coast have a strong connection to our forests and would agree that keeping this precious resource healthy and sustainable is vital,” says Derek Nighbor, CEO, FPAC. “This is an opportunity for teachers or parents to express on the world stage, how they are teaching children about the value of our forests in combatting climate change, our global leadership in sustainable forest management and the majestic nature of our forests that we all want to preserve.”

The deadline for video submissions is Dec. 15. Contributions will be posted on the FAO website and the winner of the contest will join the international celebration of International Day of Forests on March 21, 2019 in Rome.

Details are available here.

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