The International Boreal Conservation Science Panel is an interdisciplinary team of scientists from the United States and Canada. Its members have a wide range of expertise and experience gained from years of research, conservation and writing about science issues related to North America and many other parts of the world. The panel is jointly concerned with the future of North America’s boreal forest and in ensuring that the scientific issues related to the conservation of the boreal forest are clearly articulated to the public and decision makers in government and industry. The panel enlists its member specialists and invited expert associates in producing science and policy briefing notes for issues of major relevance to the future of the boreal forest.
Learn more about the Panel on our About the Panel and Meet the Panelists pages, or look over our About the Boreal page for background information on the boreal forest. Some of the Panel’s recent work can be found on the Projects and Publications page.