Unasylva - No. 206 - GLOBAL CONVENTIONS RELATED TO FORESTS













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An international journal of forestry and forest industries - Vol. 52- 2001/3

FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations


Editor: A. Perlis
Editorial Advisory Board
Forestry Department:

J. Ball, I.J. Bourke, S. Braatz,
S.A. Dembner, M. Morell,
C. Palmberg-Lerche, A. Perlis, L. Russo,
K. Warner, O. Souvannavong, M. Wilkie
Editing, design, graphics and desktop
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FAO Information Division

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Cover photo: A vote by delegates at a Conference
of the Parties to the Convention on International
Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)

International Institute of Sustainable Development/A. Henry


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GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS

EDITORIAL

B.M.G.S. Ruis
No forest convention but ten tree treaties

L. Ivers
How does a convention get to be a convention?

S.A. Laird
The Convention on Biological Diversity: changing ethical and legal frameworks for biodiversity research and prospecting

P. Moura-Costa
The climate convention and evolution of the market for forest-based carbon offsets

T. Liu
Influence of the Convention to Combat Desertification on forestry in China

E. Alvarez Godoy, S. Díaz Aguirre and M. Alessandrini Díaz
Rational use of forest residues

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