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Herry Purnomo

Scientist
Email
h.purnomo@cgiar.org

Herry Purnomo has a PhD in forest management and policy (2002) and a BSc in agricultural meteorology from Bogor Agricultural University, as well as an MSc in computer science from a joint programme between the University of Indonesia and the University of Maryland, United States. He conducts research on criteria and indicators of sustainable forest management, adaptive collaborative management of forest, company–community partnership, forest governance, mitigation (REDD+), adaptation to climate change and furniture value chains. Purnomo has participated in scientific conferences, workshops and seminars and has visited forests in Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia and South America.