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Customs Collaboration to Combat the International Trade in Illegal Timber

In tropical developing countries, illegal logging is a significant cause of forest degradation and can lead to permanent forest loss. This policy brief presents the findings from an...

Policy Brief
English
October 2010 Topics:

森林の減少・劣化防止による地球温暖化への取り組み-REDD+の動向-

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Non Peer-reviewed Article
Japanese
October 2010 Topics:
DEVELOPING NATIONAL REDD-PLUS SYSTEMS: PROGRESS CHALLENGES and WAYS FORWARD

The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is monitoring the development of national REDD-plus systems in selected countries. This report provides a description and...

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Policy Report
English
September 2010 Topics:

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...

Book Chapter
English
June 2010 Topics:

農産物と林産物の消費は、世界的な森林減少を引き起こす多くの要因の一つであり、現代の主要な環境問題の一つである。これらの消費パターンは、熱帯の天然林の消失とも結びついている。本章では、持続可能な消費と生産(SCP)と熱帯林の保全のため、消費、需要、生産と政策オプション間の関連性について検討を行う。

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Book Chapter
Japanese
June 2010 Topics:
ENHANCING CUSTOMS COLLABORATION TO COMBAT THE TRADE IN ILLEGAL TIMBER

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...

Policy Report
English
January 2010 Topics:
FOREST CERTIFICATION FOR COMMUNITY-BASED FOREST MANAGEMENT IN INDONESIA: DOES LEI PROVIDE A CREDIBLE OPTION?

Forest certification is a voluntary, market-based instrument designed to improve forest management by enabling buyers to identify timber products derived from wellmanaged forests....

Author: 
Ahmad Maryudi
Discussion Paper
English
July 2009 Topics:
Forest Management and Product Certification Service, PNG: Socio-Economic Impact Survey

The Forest Conservation Project is researching forest certification as an instrument to assist communities to manage forests for multiple purposes, including timber production. This...

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Policy Report
English
May 2009 Topics:

途上国における森林減少・劣化からの温室効果ガス排出削減(REDD)

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Non Peer-reviewed Article
Japanese
February 2009 Topics:

Laws, regulations and policy measures governing forest products trade in Japan

Presentation
English
December 2008 Topics:

Avoiding Land Conflict is The Key to Promoting Suitable Rehabilitation

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Presentation
English
December 2008 Topics:

Incorporating Certification into a Pro-poor Forestry Agenda: Lessons from and Options for the Asia-Pacific Region

Discussion Paper
English
December 2008 Topics:

REDD: Progress and outstanding issues confronting negotiations

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Presentation
English
October 2008 Topics:

Certifying community forestry in tropical countries and developing market linkages

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Presentation
English
July 2008 Topics:
合法で持続可能な木材の公共調達政策: 日本の政策強化を目指して

アジア太平洋地域の発展途上国で進んでいる森林減少の最大の要因は、違法かつ持続可能でない伐採である。違法伐採によって木材輸入国が安価な木材を大量に輸入できる一方で、輸出国の自然環境、森林の管理・経営(ガバナンス)、そして森林に依存して暮らしている人々の生活が犠牲になっている。木材輸入国においても発展途上国の適正な森林管理を促進する義務があることを認識して、...

Policy Brief
Japanese
July 2008 Topics:

再生可能エネルギーの利用

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Non Peer-reviewed Article
Japanese
June 2008 Topics:

REDD導入による村落共同体への影響

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Non Peer-reviewed Article
Japanese
June 2008 Topics:

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