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Assessing the International Forest Regime

Edited By: Richard G Tarasofsky
156 pages, no illustrations
Assessing the International Forest Regime
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Contents include: Assessing the international forest regime - gaps, overlaps, uncertainties and opportunities; Implementation of the IPF proposals for action in light of relevant international legally binding instruments; The conservation and sustainable use of forest biological diversity - the role of the convention of biological diversity; Global forest policy and selected international instruments - a preliminary review; Global cooperation on forests through international institutions; Regional legal arrangements for forests - the case of Central America.

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Edited By: Richard G Tarasofsky
156 pages, no illustrations
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