Unasylva - No. 178 - The changing role of forestry institutions













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An international journal of forestry and forest industries - Vol. 45 - 1994/3

FAO - Food and agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Editor: Stephen A. Dembner
Language Editor: Rachel Tucker
Layout Editor: Marina Criscuolo
Editorial Advisory Board
Forestry Department: M. R. de Montalembert (Chairman ), M. Chipeta, S.A. Dembner, R. Heinrich, M. Hoskins, M. Morell, M.K. Muthoo, C. Palmberg-Lerche, H. Röbbel, E.H. Sène.
Publications Division: K. Richmond (Editorial Branch)

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Credits: Cover: New Zealand Ministry of Forestry, Sayer/IUCN, IBRD, FAO; DEFCCS, Senegal; New Zealand Ministry of Forestry; L. Ljungman; A. De Ligne; L. Ljungman; P. May; M.H. El-Lakany; F. Botts; R. Pardo, P. May; W.M. Ciesla.

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Guidelines for authors

Editorial: The changing role of forestry institutions

I. Guèye, A. Kané and O.N. Koné
Adapting forestry institutions to encourage people's participation in Senegal

C.L. Brown and J. Valentine
The process and implications of privatization for forestry institutions: Focus on New Zealand

L. Ljungman
The changing role of forestry institutions in former centrally planned economies of Eastern Europe

M.G. Morell and M. Paveri Anziani
Evolution of public forestry administration in Latin America: Lessons for an enhanced performance

D. Pettenella
Institutional changes in forestry administrative structures: The Italian experience

M.H. El-Lakany
The need for forestry institutional changes in the Near East

K.B. Ghimire
Coping with deforestation: an analysis of local-level responses

E.E. Cepero Varela
Watershed management projects as an educational tool

World of forestry

Books

Evaluating policies in the Near East
Ex situ forest gene conservation - only part of the solution
A new look at forestry project impact assessment
Understanding forest dieback

Letters

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