4 edition of Cross Sectoral Policy Impacts Between Forestry (Forestry Paper) found in the catalog.
Cross Sectoral Policy Impacts Between Forestry (Forestry Paper)
Yves C. Dube
April 30, 2004
by Food & Agriculture Organization of the UN (FA
Written in English
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the (Other Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
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ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS ELSEVIER Ecological Economics 27 () ANALYSIS Ecological and economic impacts of forest policies: interactions across forestry and agriculture Ralph J. Alig a,*, Darius M. Adams b" Bruce A. McCarlI USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Corvallis, OR , USA. CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of.
The forest sector is also an important source of both formal and informal jobs, particularly in remote areas where there are few economic alternatives. The World Bank and the Program on Forests, housed at the Bank, help governments steer economic policy in a “forest-friendly” way. Improving the governance of the forest sector so that it is. cross-sectoral and cross-institutional thinking Box 1. Priority target areas for forests to guide identification of an SDG forest module Experts and government representatives at the ‘Enabling forests to score sustainable development goals’ workshop (held in Lima, November ) identified: 2.
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Get this from a library. Cross-sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors. [Yves C Dubé; Franz Schmithüsen; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.] -- Policies in other sectors besides forestry are among the means of achieving sustainable forest management.
This publication is meant to assist countries in developing links between sustainable forest. ABSTRACTS. This paper presents a summary of results from a survey of cross-sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors.
The aims of the survey were to unearth and collate examples of cross-sectoral policy impacts involving forestry and to. These chapters contain the experiences of the USA in cross-sectoral impact analysis, the lessons to be learned from the long and confliction history in managing the national forests, as well as from the resource conflicts described between forestry uses, oil and gas development and environmental protection in the boreal regions of Canada.
The analysis has to take into account the combined outcomes and results from economic, social and environmental policies and law that influence forest conservation and forestry development. In a recent survey cross-sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors have been examined (Broadhead, ; Broadhead and Dubé, ).
Get this from a library. Cross-sectoral policy developments in forestry. [Yves C Dubé; Franz Schmithüsen;] -- Forest protection and forestry practices are closely linked to decisions that address measures on climate change, biodiversity and the institutional framework for. In this regard, the impacts of public policies on Cross Sectoral Policy Impacts Between Forestry book forest sector must be viewed within the context of dominant plans, goals and actions regulating issues of public concern (Schmithüsen, in FAO ).
Cross-sectoral linkages between the forest sector and other sectors may have a direct, indirect. Cross-sectoral policy developments in forestry. Description This book, containing 31 chapters grouped into two parts, provides rich and multi-faceted documentation of current progress being made in creating the political, economic and social conditions indispensable for sustainable and multi-functional use of forest resources, and notes the.
Cross-sectoral linkages in forestry – review of available information and considerations on further research. Working Paper, Policy and Institutions Branch, Policy and Planning Division, Forestry Department, FAO, Rome.
5 Proceedings of FAO technical meeting on cross-sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors. Rome, The impacts of policies external to the forestry sector should be identified and mechanisms established to enable consultations between forestry and related sectors for the purpose of developing a coherent policy environment.
The policy framework must ensure that forests constitute a stable component and valid option in land-use development plans. Cross-sectoral linkages in Romanian forest sector Dr. Ioan Vasile Abrudan1, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania Impacts of public policies on forest sector development There is a complex network of public policies and legislation which directly and indirectly affects the development of the forest sector in Romania: (a) policies.
CHALLENGE Forests and trees in rural landscapes contribute to human wellbeing in a variety of ways. They provide a range of goods—from fruit to timber, fodder to firewood—and services such as pollination, hydrological regulation, and carbon sequestration that support the livelihoods of millions of people.
i Background Paper 2 Changing Roles of Forests and their Cross- Sectorial Linkages in the Course of Economic Development 1 Uma Lele, Alain Karsenty, Catherine Benson, Judicaël Fétiveau. Quantitative participatory exploration of the many complex issues surrounding cross-sectoral climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation under uncertain futures is dependent on the provision, in some form, of scenarios and scenario outputs.
However, the normal provision by the research community of pre-defined scenario outputs results in a lack of flexibility for stakeholders. The Forest Sector in the Green Economy (May ) ECE/TIM/DP/54 Read more International Forest Sector Institutions and Policy Instruments for Europe: a Source Book by Josephine Bauer and Helena Guarin Corredor (June ) ECE/TIM/DP/43 Read more.
FAO Forestry Paper Cross-Sectoral Policy Impacts Between Forestry and Other Sectors - Appendix (Composed of Files from the CD-Rom) is part of the Occupational Health & Safety Information Service's online subscription.
Bringing you a comprehensive selection of legislation, regulations, guidance, standards, including BSI and best practice which is updated daily, you can find documents. Get this from a library. Cross-sectoral policy developments in forestry. [Yves C Dubé; Franz Schmithüsen;] -- Forestry practices are closely linked to decisions that address measures on climate change, biodiversity and the institutional framework for sustainable development.
This book. Integrated forest management is faced with the challenge that the contribution of forests to economic and ecological planning targets must be assessed in a socio-ecological system context. This paper introduces a way to model spatio-temporal dynamics of biomass production at a regional scale in order to derive land use strategies that enhance biomass provision and avoid trade-offs for other.
1 Changing Roles of Forests and Their Cross- Sectoral Linkages in the Course of Economic Development Based on A Paper by Uma Lele, Alain Karsenty, Catherine.
For example, cross-field policy planning can take place through the merging of ministries or through the formulation of cross-sector strategies (see Box 1). The scientific literature often differentiates between so-called ‘positive’ and ‘negative’ policy coordination (cf.
Scharpf pg.Krax pg. An EBM approach would include cross-sectoral and cross-agency consideration of impacts along with development of management measures to address those impacts. Furthermore, current authorities, including the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), contain limited requirements for consideration of cumulative impacts, but these requirements are.
This book outlines the impact of climate change in four developing country regions: Africa, Asia, Latin America and small and integrate adaptation into policy at all levels. Recommendations from the workshops and meeting on how to cross the gap between planning and implementing adaptation options are highlighted.agriculture, energy and forestry.
About 70% of the population depends directly or indirectly on agriculture (fisheries, crop and animal farming etc.) and forest sector for both timber and non timber forest products. Any anomaly in the climate therefore tends to affect .The book has provided a concise and precise overview of the Forestry sector in Zambia and exposes the inadequacies in the forest policies and lacunae in the legal framework, which in most cases, appear archaic and out of touch with emerging issues in the sector, such as climate change, carbon management and trade, forest and timber.