Forest Management

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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...
Discussion Paper
Author:
Ahmad Maryudi
Forest certification is a voluntary, market-based instrument designed to improve forest management by enabling buyers to identify timber products derived from wellmanaged forests. While small forest enterprises make an important contribution to the forest industry in many countries, they have found forest certification difficult to achieve. There...
Policy Report
The Forest Conservation Project is researching forest certification as an instrument to assist communities to manage forests for multiple purposes, including timber production. This research has focused on innovative models that could suggest ways of increasing the accessibility of forest certification to community-based forest management. The...
Presentation

Sustainable Forest Management

2nd Working Group of ERIA-SD Project
Author:
Book Chapter

Social aspects of CDM in forestry: Lessons from two feasibility studies in Indonesia

In Climate Change and Forest Sector -Clean Development Mechanism in Asia Tropical Countries
Author:
Yasuhiro
Yokota
Satoshi
Tachibana
Book
IGES published its first white paper entitled, "Sustainable Asia 2005 and Beyond - In the pursuit of innovative policies," which consolidates the primary outcomes of its policy research for sustainable development in Asia and the Pacific region since its establishment in 1998. Driven by buoyant economic development and continuous population growth,...
Book
IGES published its first white paper entitled, "Sustainable Asia 2005 and Beyond - In the pursuit of innovative policies," which consolidates the primary outcomes of its policy research for sustainable development in Asia and the Pacific region since its establishment in 1998. Driven by buoyant economic development and continuous population growth,...
Policy Report
Laos is a country in transition to a market economy, and specific features concerning the forestry sector there include (1) the development of mechanisms to implement a new legal system governing forestry, and (2) recent actions and trends in efforts to transfer the responsibility of forest management to the local people. The promotion of...