By: George M Woodwell
231 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Presents a concise view of the current status of forests globally, of demands on them, and of their importance in maintaining a fully functional human habitat. Also presents a a major challenge in planning for land use in a world where defence of the public interest becomes increasingly difficult and demanding.
This book clearly shows the importance of forests in the world and the imperative to change how we treat them. It provides a wonderful overview - sound, factual, even-handed. Thomas E. Lovejoy, The World Bank
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