6 edition of Sustainable Forestry Management and Wood Production in a Global Economy found in the catalog.
August 30, 2007
by Food Products Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert L. Deal (Editor), Rachel White (Editor), Gary L. Benson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||307|
Increasing the Production of Sustainable Wood and Wood-based products. Emerging Markets; Developed Markets; Increasing the Sustainability of Local Economies and Communities Through Forestry and Land Use. Emerging Markets; Developed Markets; Reducing Carbon Emissions from Forestry and Land Use. Emerging Markets; Developed Markets (5 Strategies. Specifies performance requirements for economic, social, environmental and cultural criteria that are considered to be most important for ensuring that a forest is well managed. The forest management performance criteria and requirements support continual improvement towards sustainable wood production in Australia.
The sustainable forestry initiative programme integrates responsible environment practices and sound business practices for the benefit of landowners, shareholders, customers and the people they serve. Sustainable forest management emphasizes: 1. Recycling more paper to reduce the harvest of pulp wood . Environmental consideration is an integral part of the forest sector responsibilities and is a central ambition within the whole industry. The extensive efforts of the forest owners go beyond the Forestry Act and is a basis for Sweden to be able to realize the ambitious environmental targets that are set.
The Sustainable Communities Network website connects citizens with the resources they need to implement innovative processes and programs to restore the economic, environmental, and social health and vitality of their communities. It addresses a wide range of issues related to community sustainability, including creating communities, smart growth, growing a sustainable economy, protecting. Forests and trees outside forests provide a wide range of wood and non-wood forest products. This theme expresses the ambition to maintain an ample and valuable supply of primary forest products, while at the same time ensuring that production and harvesting are sustainable and do not compromise the management options of future generations.
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Sustainable Forestry Management and Wood Production in a Global Economy examines emerging issues and key strategies for sustaining wood production while maintaining other forest resources. Internationally recognized forestry experts explore a broad range of topics on sustainable forestry at the local and global levels in the United States and Author: Robert L Deal, Rachel White, Gary Benson.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Sustainable forestry management and wood production in a global economy has been co-published simultaneously as Journal of sustainable forestry, vol number 1 and numbers 2/3.".
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"Sustainable forestry management and wood production in a global economy has been co-published simultaneously as Journal of sustainable forestry, vol number 1 and numbers 2/3." Description: 1 online resource (xxi, pages: illustrations (some color.) Contents. Deal / White / Benson, Sustainable Forestry Management and Wood Production in a Global Economy,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei.
Historically, forest management has mostly considered biological issues with a strong focus upon silviculture for the production of wood. As the forestry profession has grown, an understanding of the term "forest management" has broadened to span wider environmental issues, such as conservation of biological diversity, social and economic matters and, more generally, the concept of sustainability.
Data are reviewed on the extent of global forests, management, protection, certification and ownership, as well as implications for sustainable forest management as defined by the Montreal Process criteria. According to FAO, as ofthe world had billion hectares (ha) of forests with million ha (5%) in forest by: The hallmark of sustainable forestry, from a purely ecological perspective, is the extent to which forestry practices mimics natural patterns of disturbance and regeneration.
Sustainable forestry balances the needs of the environment, wildlife, and forest communities—supporting decent incomes while conserving our forests for future generations. Sustainable Management: Challenges and Opportunities What is the role of planted forests in achieving sustainable forest management.
Planted forests become increasingly important as they supply about a quarter of global industrial roundwood production and are predicted to account for 50% of global output within two decades (Brown ).
The GEF’s sustainable forest management (SFM) strategy is a catalyst to think and act holistically. In GEF-6, a US$ million fund encourages developing countries to invest in projects that integrate biodiversity, climate change and land also supports forest-related activities within two pilot initiatives: Sustainable Cities – Harnessing Local Action for Global Commons and.
This book is dedicated to global perspectives on sustainable forest management. It focuses on a need to move away from purely protective management of forests to innovative approaches for multiple use and management of forest resources. The book is divided into two sections; the first section, with thirteen chapters deals with the forest management aspects while the.
Sustainable forestry also puts an emphasis on people. People need forests for the resources they provide, and as a place to live or to make a living. Sustainable forestry ensures that future generations will have forests to meet their needs and values.
As you can see, sustainable forestry is complex and can involve many things. Let's look at a. What is sustainable forest management. "The stewardship and use of forests and forest lands in a way, and at a rate, that maintains their biodiversity, productivity, regeneration capacity, vitality and their potential to fulfil, now and in the future, relevant ecological, economic and social functions, at local, national, and global levels, and that does not cause damage to other ecosystems.".
Forestry, biodiversity and poverty reduction 3 Ecosystem services provided by the forests 5 Environmental impacts of forestry: A snapshot 7 Some current trends: Forest biodiversity; Sustainable use and consumption 9 II. Good Practices a. Biodiversity and livelihoods in forest management i.
Legality is not a synonym for sustainable forest management. What is “sustainable” may not always be legal (World Bank, ; Contreras-Hermosilla et al., ), and what is legal may not be sustainable.
Illegal logging of wood and paper-based products results from a complex set of legal, historical, political, social, and economic issues. SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY: SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS1 D.S. DeBell2 "Sustainable forestry" is a phrase heard in many discussions of natural resource issues today.
It is Management activities must protect or enhance on-site resources essential to forest production, and.
Responsible consumption and production (SDG 12). The sustainably managed forests of the UNECE region provide more than 65% of the global production of industrial roundwood, which is used as a raw material for paper and wood products. Wood from the UNECE region has a small ecological and carbon footprint - forests of the region.
The Forest Stewardship Council was established to create an international system for certifying sustainable wood.
But critics say it has had minimal impact on tropical deforestation and at times has served only to provide a cover for trafficking in illegal timber. Forests for wood and energy 34 Training 92 Non-wood forest products 35 Research 93 Forests as dwelling places 36 Involving rural people 94 Environmental benefits of forests 37 The role of non-governmental organizations 96 Genetic resources and biodiversity 39 CHAPTER 7 Forests and global climate 41 The international dimension Sustainable forest management is the management of forests according to the principles of sustainable nable forest management has to keep the balance between three main pillars: ecological, economic and sfully achieving sustainable forest management will provide integrated benefits to all, ranging from safeguarding local livelihoods to.
Read about how certification provides added assurance that a forest company operates legally and complies with sustainable forest management standards. Statistical forestry data Find current data on forest inventory, management, production, economic impact, trade and other forestry-related topics.used for the production of wood and non-wood forest products.
Wood fuel, including charcoal, accounts for about half of total global roundwood production, and .Global Objectives on Forests z FAO Forestry •Reverse the loss of forest cover •Enhance forest-based economic, social and environmental benefits •Increase the area of protected forests and other areas of sustainably managed forests •Reverse the decline of ODA for SFM and mobilize new and additional resources for the.