Forest Conservation

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Book Chapter
In Sustainable Consumption and Production in the Asia-Pacific Region: Effective Responses in a Resource Constrained World
Consumption of agricultural and forest products is one of many factors driving global deforestation, one of the major environmental problems of our time. Consumption patterns are associated with the loss of natural forests in the tropics. This chapter explores the relationships between consumption and demand, production, and policy options for SCP...
Policy Report
This report builds on the initiatives of the Asia Forest Partnership and East Asia and Pacific FLEG to promote cooperation among Customs, Forestry and other authorities to reduce the trade of illegal wood products. The goal of this review is to assist Customs and timber trade regulating agencies in their efforts to improve control over the...
Research Report
Author:
Economic Research Institute, Far Eastern Division of Russian Academy of Sciences
This report is compiled on results of research implemented during the first year of the Project, “Developing a Forest Conservation Strategy for the Russian Far East,” which is being undertaken by on the basis of the agreement between the Economic Research Institute of the Far Eastern Division of Russian Academy of Sciences and the Forest...
Conference Proceeding
This workshop was organized jointly by NUOL (Department of Forestry, National University of Laos) and IGES. The main objectives were: 1) for the IGES forest conservation project to share its research results on Lao P.D.R. and Vietnam respectively; 2) for the participating experts and stakeholders to comment on and discuss the research results; and...
Conference Proceeding
CONTENTS: Part 1: Executive Summary Session 1: A Review of Forest Management in Indonesia and the Philippines Session 2: Policy Recommendations for Participatory Forest Management in Indonesia and the Philippines and Timber Trade Policy Session 3: Local Experiences in Indonesia Session 4: Discussants' Comments Session 5: Group Discussion Plenary...