- Classes benefit from a 7,000 acre research forest and participate in real forest management.
- Faculty research the effects of climate change and various sustainability practices on forest enviroments both in Durham and around the world.
- Students work in the Duke Forest on real-world forest management and can earn a Master of Forestry degree.
Alumni with a focus in Forests work throughout government and the private sector.
The business of forestry is changing worldwide. That’s why we’re launching a Forest Finance Initiative to prepare global leaders who can balance financial interests with environmental stewardship.
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Jan 16, 2015Study Estimates Indonesia’s Climate Policy Reduced Emissions from Deforestation; Experts Call for Expanded PolicyCenter for Global Development
Duke Forest FACE
Free-Air Carbon dioxide Enrichment (FACE) is a method that raises the concentration of CO2 in a specified area and allows the response of plant growth to be measured.