APFNet membership is open to Asia-Pacific economies. Participation by all economies, civil society organizations, the private sector, academic forestry institutions and international organizations active in the Asia-Pacific region is welcomed.
APFNet membership is categorized as:
Category A a) APEC economies (represented by government agencies); and
b) Non-APEC economies in the Asia-Pacific region (represented by government agencies);
Category B c) International/regional intergovernmental organizations and international/regional non-governmental organizations operating in the
Category C d) Domestic forestry-related academic institutions and domestic non-governmental organizations in the Asia-Pacific region; and
e) Forests and forestry related enterprises operating in the Asia-Pacific region.
How to apply?
An entity wishing to become an APFNet member is requested to submit:
a) A signed confirmation form to accept and support the APFNet Operational Framework
b) A letter of intent.
A membership applicant falling into type d) or e) of Category C is additionally requested to present the economy’s endorsement (through the official government agency) of where the applicant is headquartered.
Membership applications will be considered by the APFNet Council at its annual meeting.
APFNet currently has 31 members numbering 26 economies and 5 international organizations in the Asia-Pacific region. APFNet members can be reached through their Representatives to the Council and contact persons.