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Type: Working Paper
Author: Asia-Pacific Forests and Forestry to 2020
Date: 2011
Agency: Food and Agriculture Organizations of the United Nations, Rome
Series: Forest Policy Brief 02
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/7893
Sector: Forestry
Region: East Asia
Pacific and Australia
Subject(s): institutional analysis
forests
ecosystems
Abstract: "Institutional frameworks that fail to provide incentives to invest in forest management and a succession of high-level national and international priorities in forestry mean that field-level activities are often overlooked. The health and vitality of forests in the Asia-Pacific region and their productivity are often compromised as a result. With demands on forests increasing and climate change threatening, efforts to maintain ecosystem services and benefits from forests should focus attention on effective management at the field level."

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