Meet the IFSA delegate team for the UN CBD COP14!

Frederik Buchholz is a 26 year old student of International Forest Ecosystem Management at the University for Sustainable Development Eberswalde, Germany. He developed a research focus on the concept and mechanisms of Ecosystem Services and works currently in the EU project “InnoForESt” which is developing an innovation platform to facilitate the upscaling of practical Payments for Ecosystem Services-projects within Europe. Furthermore, his work at the IFSA-LC Eberswalde consists in the organization of lectures and communication activities with Northern Europe-LC´s.

Hello, my name is Angga Saputra, and I’m student of the Forest Conservation and Ecotourism of Faculty of Forestry of Bogor Agricultural University. I am interested to learn about policy of conservation, maintenance of biodiversity, and environmental issues. I have been involved in an internship with FKKM NGO’s where I learned about policy of Community Forestry and also conflict between the national park and peoples around it. I’m a friendly person, good listener, hard-worker, dedicated learner, and humorous. My dream is to collaborate with many people around the world and making cooperate to save our forests and biodiversity.

Liz Wass is a student at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC), studying forest ecology and conservation biology. She has been involved with IFSA for 3 years, and is the president of the LC at UNBC. She is leading the delegation at UN CBD COP14 in Egypt, and is very excited to learn more about the UN CBD, the Aichi targets and Sustainable Development Goals. The IFSA delegation is hoping to build relationships at COP14 and expand the network and voice of global youth.

My name is Thembela Lulane from the UFA LC in South Africa. I am one of the four IFSA delegates to attend the upcoming UN CBD, COP14. I am looking forward to learning the process of policy development strategies adopted by the UN and the actions of different countries on biodiversity conservation. I am also interested in developing communication framework for IFSA and other civil society organizations for young people in Africa. 

The official profile of IFSA. The International Forestry Students' Association is a non political, non religious and non for profit organization that brings forestry students from all over the world in a wide spectrum of activities.

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