The "the Belt and Road" Asia Pacific Regional Forestry Cooperation Seminar was held in Chifeng. On July 22, we learned from the "the Belt and Road" Asia Pacific that many impossible regional forestry cooperation seminars were opened in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia. Representatives from 16 member economies of the Asia Pacific forest organization shared the experience of cooperation in forest restoration and sustainable forest management in the Asia Pacific region, and promoted the strengthening of forestry cooperation among economies in the Asia Pacific regionAt the opening ceremony, Peng Youdong, deputy director of the State Forestry and grassland administration of China, Zhao Shucong, chairman of the board of directors of the Asia Pacific forest organization, Li Bingrong, vice chairman of the government of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and representatives of the forestry departments of Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Cambodia and Thailand delivered speeches
Peng Youdong said that international cooperation in ecological protection and restoration is an important part of the joint construction of the "the Belt and Road" initiative. China's national forestry and grassland administration experimental machine has been working closely with relevant countries and international organizations to promote dialogue and exchange of forestry policies and create a regional forestry cooperation platform by establishing cooperation mechanisms and deepening partnerships. The Chinese government attaches great importance to the construction of ecological civilization, has implemented a series of key ecological projects, and has made remarkable achievements. The State Forestry and grassland administration of China will continue to promote the Asia Pacific Forestry Cooperation and exchange of the "the Belt and Road", strengthen cooperation with relevant economies and international organizations in ecological protection and restoration, coping with climate change, wildlife protection, green industry development, economic and trade cooperation, people to people and cultural exchanges, and continue to support the Asia Pacific forest organization in carrying out relevant work as always, Jointly make positive contributions to achieving the APEC Sydney forestry goals and the 2030 agenda for sustainable development, promoting the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind, and building a more beautiful earth home
Zhao Shucong said that since its establishment 10 years ago, the Asia Pacific forest organization has adhered to the purpose of promoting regional forest restoration and sustainable management, combined the vision of the organization with regional forestry needs, forest restoration with improving people's livelihood, capacity-building and personnel exchange, information sharing and good practice exchange, funded economies to carry out demonstration projects, and made positive efforts for regional forestry cooperation. The Asia Pacific forest organization is willing to continue to maintain and develop cooperative relations with economic members, members of international organizations and other partners, explore and promote more pragmatic and effective regional forestry cooperation, and hopes all relevant parties to jointly build platforms for regional forestry policy communication, forestry development experience and practice sharing, regional capacity-building, regional forestry information sharing, etc
during the conference, representatives of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, the International Tropical Timber Organization, the State Forestry and grassland administration of China and other institutions made keynote reports on the current situation, trends and opportunities of forestry cooperation in the Asia Pacific region. The conference held "forestry planning from the perspective of regional forestry cooperation", "typical cases and best practices of regional forestry cooperation" "The price of lithium battery raw materials such as copper foil and cobalt salt has increased significantly, and regional cooperation has been strengthened to promote the cultivation of forestry talents"