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Forests for the New Millennium - MAKING FORESTS WORK FOR PEOPLE AND NATURE

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  • RENÉ ALFARO
  • CARLOS BAHAMONDEZ
  • JOHN BEER
  • BRUCE CAMPBELL
  • JOSÉ J. CAMPOS
  • LIU CAN
  • BENJAMIN CASHORE
  • CAROL COLFER
  • JIM FARREL
  • MIKE FULLERTON
  • GLENN GALLOWAY
  • DENIS GAUTIER
  • PETER GLÜCK
  • LUIS GONZÁLEZ
  • MORAIA GRAU
  • HARTMUT HOLZKNECHT
  • MARKKU KANNINEN
  • PETER KANOWSKI
  • YEMI KATERERE
  • SEBASTIAO KENGEN
  • MICHAEL KLEINE
  • DON LEE
  • MAXIM LOBOVIKOV
  • MARTIN LORENZ
  • BASTIAAN LOUMAN
  • CONCEPCIÓN LUJÁN
  • GERARDO MERY
  • FLORENCIA MONTAGNINI
  • JOHN PARROTTA
  • CHARLIE PYE-SMITH
  • HIROYASU OKA
  • ANDREAS OTTITSCH
  • JEREMY RAYNER
  • JEAN-MARC RODA
  • JUSSI SARAMÄKI
  • JEFFREY SAYER
  • RISTO SEPPÄLÄ
  • BRAD STENNES
  • DIETMAR STOIAN
  • ILPO TIKKANEN
  • JORGE TREVIN
  • HEIDI VANHANEN
  • PAUL VANTOMME
  • MARTTI VARMOLA
  • JARI VARJO
  • SEN WANG
  • BILL WILSON
  • JIM WOOD.

Abstract

THE WAYS IN WHICH FORESTS ARE PERCEIVED AND USED HAVE CHANGED DRAMATICALLY OVER RECENT YEARS. FORESTS ARE NO LONGER SEEN SIMPLY AS A SOURCE OF TIMBER, BUT AS COMPLEX ECOSYSTEMS WHICH SUSTAIN LIVELIHOODS AND PROVIDE A RANGE OF PRODUCTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES. IT IS NOW WIDELY RECOGNISED THAT FORESTS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION.

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This book is provided by CIRAD, Forest department, UPR40 in its series Selected Books with number 2 and published in 2005.

Volume: 1
Edition: 1
ISBN: 951-724-487-8
Handle: RePEc:epf:ecbook:2

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Keywords: Forest; economics; livelihoods;

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