Results 1 - 9 of 9 (Sorted by date)
Policy Brief
IGES Policy Brief
Partly due to the worldwide upsurge in industrial demand for timber, the number of planted forests has increased ten-fold in the last 20 years. These planted forests currently comprise only about 5% of the world’s forest area, but supply 35% of industrial logs and have critical roles to play in releasing pressure on natural forests, mitigating...
Policy Report
This study examines two major transitions in forest governance - decentralisation and state-sponsored (formal) community forestry - with respect to whether they are opening spaces for communities to contribute to sustainable forest management. Our main thesis is that there is a need for democratic decentralisation in order to effectively re-engage...
Book Chapter

「生態移民」に頼らない森の再生 (中国の環境政策・生態移民. 第4章)

In chugoku no kankyo seisaku seitai imin: midori no daichi, uchi mongoru no sabakuka o fusegeru ka? (Chapter 4)
Remarks: 中国の環境政策 生態移民: 緑の大地、内モンゴルの砂漠化を防げるか?(地球研叢書、昭和堂)
Book Chapter

Bu yi lai "sheng tai yi min" de sen lin zai zao

In Zhong guo huan jing zheng ce bao gao sheng tai yi min
Author:
Xiang, Hu
Remarks: 中国環境政策報告 生態移民 Chinese translation of Japanese original text.
Book Chapter

Local perspectives in protected area management

In The State of Environment in Asia
Policy Report
This report is a compilation of the policy trends in Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan, Cambodia, Thailand and Mongolia. It aims to disseminate information on aspects of our research activities to all interested parties, as well as to provide a basis for discussion on the further development of guidelines and recommendations to promote the participation of...
Policy Report
[Table of Contents] - Preface - Trends in China's forest-related policies - from the perspective of the growing timber trade / Masanobu YAMANE and Wenming LU - Trends in Malaysian Forest Policy / Weng-Chuen WOON and Haron NORINI - Trends in Forest Policy of the Philippines / Juan M. PULHIN - Farm Tree Planting and the Wood Industry in Indonesia : a...
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...