ForestEthics, ForestEthics Advocacy, and ForestEthics Solutions operate as a highly effective international coalition of independent organizations. While we are separate entities we coordinate closely–working together to achieve specific shared goals and objectives in the US and Canada.
Paras joined ForestEthics in 2007 after working as an accountant for more than 20 years. In his home country of Nepal, Paras worked for more than a decade on community forestry projects, natural forest conservation and social forestry issues. Before ForestEthics, he worked at API Wellness Center in San Francisco. Paras lives in the Bay area with his wife and two adult children.