Le conseil de Fern

  • David Kaimowitz

    David Kaimowitz (Nicaragua)

    CLUA’s Senior Adviser and Mexico and Central America Initiative Lead. Specialist in forest politics and economics and community rights. He previously led the Ford Foundation’s Natural Resources and Climate Change program.

  • Korto Reeves Williams

    Korto Reeves Williams (Kenya)

    Korto is Head of Women’s Rights in ActionAid International. She has 20 years’ experience across Africa, the Middle East and the Americas and is a member of the African Feminist Forum. She holds a master’s degree in Sustainable Development.

  • Flip van Helden

    Flip van Helden (Netherlands)

    Coordinator for International Affairs team, the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs. Specialist in EU relations and FLEGT.

  • Fred Pearce

    Fred Pearce (UK)

    Author and journalist who has reported on environment and development issues from 67 countries. His books have been translated into 16 languages and won a number of prizes. Specialist in communications and environment, science, and development issues.

  • Jacques Lauruol

    Jacques Lauruol (UK)

    Fern's treasurer and a specialist in NGO finance and financial training.

  • Margareta Nilsson

    Margareta Nilsson (Sweden)

    Margareta is Head of Programs at the International Land and Forest Tenure Facility. She is a specialist in rights-based forestry, natural resource management and land governance with over 20 years’ experience in international development cooperation in Latin America, Asia, Africa and the Balkans. She maintains a deep interest in ways of communicating and is a trained artist and printmaker.

  • Mardi Minangsari

    Mardi Minangsari (Indonesia)

    Has over 20 years’ experience in illegal logging and forest governance issues. She coordinated Indonesian civil society groups working in FLEGT issues and has been actively involved in developing and improving Indonesian Timber Legality Assurance System (TLAS). She is the former national coordinator of Indonesia’s forestry monitor network. Since 2016, she has been actively involved in the initiative to reform Indonesia’s palm oil sector.

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