Forest Management Working Paper 30


 




Development of a global knowledge reference on sustainable forest management implementation




by

Rebecca Tavani (Consultant)
Peter Holmgren (Chief, FOMR/FAO)
Magnus Grylle (Information Systems Officer, FOEC/FAO)
Froylán Castañeda (Forest Management, FOMR/FAO)

 

 

A Progress Report

 

 

January 2007


Disclaimer

The Forest Management Working Papers report on issues addressed in the work programme of FAO. These working papers do not reflect any official position of FAO. Please refer to the FAO website (www.fao.org/fo) for official information.

The purpose of these papers is to provide early information on ongoing activities and programmes, facilitate dialogue and stimulate discussion.

Comments and feedback are welcome.

Peter Holmgren
Chief, Forest Resources Development Service
Forestry Department
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Rome, Italy
Tel: +39-06-57052714
Fax: +39-06-57055825
e-mail: peter.holmgren@fao.org

Or FAO Publications and Information Forestry Coordinator: Forestry-Information@fao.org



For quotation:

FAO (2007). Development of a global knowledge reference on sustainable forest management implementation: A progress report. By Rebecca Tavani (Consultant), Peter Holmgren (Chief, FOMR/FAO), Magnus Grylle (Information systems officer, FOEC/FAO) and Froyln Castaeda (Forest Management, FOMR/FAO); Forest Management Working Papers, Working Paper 30. Forest Resources Development Service, Forest Management Division. FAO, Rome (unpublished).


Contents


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I INTRODUCTION 

II BACKGROUND

III.    OBJECTIVES AND RATIONALE

IV.    APPROACH
               Examples of initiatives from which to draw

V.      DEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE REFERENCE WEBSITE
               Clarification of fields and entries

VI.    ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED
               Definition of a case study
               Translation into other languages

VII.   PRESENT STATUS AND AMBITIONS:  The way forward
               Example of how a case study appears within the FAO forestry interface

VIII. CONCLUSIONS

REFERENCES          

 



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