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Year: 2009
Available scientific literature indicates forest degradation emissions are of a similar magnitude to those from deforestation
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Year: 2007
Community forestry fits into the global trend of governments moving from public sector control of natural resources to private and community control and is a policy that has been adopted by many countries in Asia and beyond
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Year: 2007
In large parts of the world, forests remain the domain of the State in which the rights of forest-dependent peoples are denied or insecure
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Year: 2006
Conservation International (CI) has worked throughout the globe developing and implementing communications and awareness programmes since 1991
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Year: 2004
Nepal has established an extensive network of protected areas to conserve biodiversity
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Year: 2002
The paper is the outcome of the presentations and discussions that took place during the ISDEMA Thessaloniki Seminar
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Year: 1999
Tourism is the fastest-growing industry in the world
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Year: 1999
In recent years, worldwide forest resource degradation and its impact on biodiversity and global warming have attracted a great deal of attention of those involved in the forestry sector at the national and international level
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Year: 1999
Based on several examples from West, Central and Eastern-Southern Africa, this paper discusses issues pertaining to the '4Rs' framework, an analytical framework which assesses local stakeholders' roles and resilience in relation to forest resource use and management via the balance/imbalance of their respective Rights, Responsibilities, Revenues/ Returns and Relationships (the '4Rs')
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