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  • APFNet Workshop on Forestry and Rural Livelihood Development (1-14 November, 2016 Negombo, Sri Lanka)

APFNet Workshop on Forestry and Rural Livelihood Development (1-14 November, 2016 Negombo, Sri Lanka)

Abstract: The protectedarea co-management initiatives is potential to enhance the adaptive capacity ofthe forest communities through enhancing livelihood security, access to forestbenefits, forest decision making and institutions; however is not a policypanacea. This paper aims to analyze the outcomes of the co-manageme…

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  • APFNet Workshop on Forest Rehabilitation and Management (5-18 July, 2016  Yunnan Province, China)

APFNet Workshop on Forest Rehabilitation and Management (5-18 July, 2016 Yunnan Province, China)

Abstract: Globally, Forest degradation is a severe problem. In Bangladesh, forest is degrading due to over population, changes in land use, encroachment, wasteful commercial logging, illegal felling, grazing and the collection of fuel wood for a large population. People who live near to forests are usually involved in a…

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  • Workshop on Enhancing Forest Governance for Asia and the Pacific in the Context of Timber Legality Verification (2nd - 13th July 2015  Yunnan Province, China)

Workshop on Enhancing Forest Governance for Asia and the Pacific in the Context of Timber Legality Verification (2nd - 13th July 2015 Yunnan Province, China)

In the 1980s, the issue of illegal timber harvesting, particularly in tropical timber producing countries, and its adverse environmental, economic and social impacts came to the attention of the international community. Illegal timber harvesting is considered as one of the causes of tropical deforestation and forest …

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