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Legal and Institutional Aspects of Urban and Peri-urban Forestry and Greening

By: Lidija Knuth
Legal and Institutional Aspects of Urban and Peri-urban Forestry and Greening
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  • Legal and Institutional Aspects of Urban and Peri-urban Forestry and Greening ISBN: 9789251054321 Paperback Dec 2005 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Overall, urban and peri-urban forestry and greening (UPFG) receives little interest on political agendas despite its importance to society in terms of the social, economic, aesthetic and environmental benefits. This publication explores the legal and institutional issues related to UPFG on a global level, using case studies to illustrate the varied nature of its application and concluding that further efforts are required to improve existing legal frameworks.

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By: Lidija Knuth
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