Unasylva No. 239


Unasylva No. 239
Vol. 63, 2012/1

The power of forests



FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2012

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Editor: A. Sarre
Editorial Advisory Board:
P. Csoka, L. Flejzor, T. Hofer, F. Kafeero, W. Kollert, E. Rametsteiner, S. Rose, A. Sarre, J. Tissari, P. van Lierop, P. Vantomme, M.L. Wilkie
Emeritus Advisers:
J. Ball, I.J. Bourke, C. Palmberg-Lerche, L. Russo
Regional Advisers:
F. Bojang, P. Durst, M. Saket


Contents

FAO's Global Forest Resources Assessment products
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Editorial
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Repositioning forests in development
J.R. Matta and L. Schweitzer Meins
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The forest sector's contribution to a "low carbon, green growth" vision in the Republic of Korea
D.K. Lee
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Forest certification and the green economy
M.K. Muthoo
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Addressing the safety of forest workers
C. Peirano
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Integrating forestry, sustainable cattle-ranching and landscape restoration
Z. Calle, E. Murgueitio and J. Chará
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Finding the money for tropical forest restoration
P.H.S. Brancalion, R.A.G. Viani, B.B.N. Strassburg and R.R. Rodrigues

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The role of community forest management in REDD+
M. Skutsch and M.K. McCall

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Ensuring that women benefit from REDD+
A. Setyowati

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Sustainable forest irrigation in arid and semi-arid zones
A. Del Lungo

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Implementing an action plan to tackle timber illegality
R. Simpson, S. Lemaitre and A. Whiteman

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International Year of Forests special:
Forest through your lens
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FAO Forestry
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World of Forestry
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Books
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E-learning course:
"Introducing Good practices for forest health protection"
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Cover photo: Kindergarten children do a stretching exercise during a visit to a forest in the Republic of Korea.
FAO/FO-7393/Beomtae Kim.

© FAO 2012