Catriona Moss has recently joined the Communications team at CIFOR.
After studying journalism at Cardiff University in Wales, she then went
on to travel around South America. It was during a conservation
volunteer placement in the Amazon rainforest, Ecuador, that she gained a real passion for learning about and protecting rainforests. Since then her career has been in humanitarian and development communications having worked for the Big Issue magazine in South Africa, Muslim Aid UK, Oxfam UK and the Overseas Development Institute. As well as a love for blogging and creative writing, she is also a keen filmmaker.
Catriona Moss's Posts
Gender analysis in forestry research: What policymakers should know
08 March 2013 , Posted in
Climate Change, Community forestry, Dry forests, Energy, English, Food security, Gender, General News, Livelihoods, REDD+, Trade
Getting down with the ‘landscapes’ lingo at Doha: COP18 in quotes
10 December 2012 , Posted in
Adaptation, Climate Change, Conservation, COP18 English, Deforestation, English, Financing REDD+, Food security, General News, Livelihoods, mangroves, Mitigation, MRV, Peatlands, REDD+, Trade
“The honeymoon for REDD+ is over”: consensus not yet reached in Doha on MRV, finance
04 December 2012 , Posted in
Climate Change, COP18 headliners, Deforestation, English, Financing REDD+, Food security, General News, Livelihoods, Mitigation, MRV, REDD+