A new site covering all aspects of wood energy.
The 50th edition of the yearbook.
Revised version of the home page.
A major update of the pages relating to the study. Almost 40 of the more than 45 working papers produced under the study are available on-line.
The shea butter project.
Fortnightly bulletins of brief international and Australian environmental news items, compiled by the Big Scrub Environment Centre, based in Lismore, Australia.
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The SADC Forestry Sector Technical Coordination Unit announces their new Web site for the forestry sector of southern Africa. The site covers the mandate of the FSTCU within SADC, the SADC forestry programme, policy papers, newsletters, regional database, forestry library, links, and more.
A tropical study programme in Nicaragua.
The database provides information about networks, organizations, projects and information sources dealing with medicinal plants. The database is produced by the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, the IUCN/SSC Medicinal Plant Specialist Group and the German Centre for Documentation and Information in Agriculture.
Project Learning Tree (PLT), an award-winning, interdisciplinary environmental education programme for educators working with students in pre-kindergarten to grade 12, helps students gain awareness and knowledge of the natural and built environment, their place in it and their responsibility for it. This programme is administered nationally by the American Forest Foundation and cosponsored by the Council for Environmental Education; it is one of the most widely used environmental education programmes in the United States as well as in other countries.
This site provides insight of rangeland resources, scale of enterprise, stocking rates and degradation problems in Pakistan.
The Biotrade Initiative was launched by UNCTAD.
The People and Plants Initiative carries out applied research projects, community workshops, exchanges and training courses with young ethnobotanists from developing countries who are interested in conservation and community development. In order to disseminate results and information, it produces videos and publications, including methods manuals, working papers and the People and Plants Handbook. The initiative was created by WWF International, UNESCO and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in 1992. The new design of People and Plants Online, the Web site of the People and Plants Initiative, has just been completed.
In British Columbia, Canada, commercial mushroom picking is an important economic activity. This URL gives a sample of how timber and mushroom production can be managed together.
TRAFFIC is a joint programme of IUCN - World Conservation Union and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). An international network of 20 offices on five continents, TRAFFIC endeavours to ensure that the use and trade of wild plants and animals is maintained within sustainable levels and conducted in accordance with national laws and international treaties. [See also under International Action.]
This is a new service from CAB International (CABI) providing Internet access to the three CABI forestry journals - Forestry Abstracts, Agroforestry Abstracts and Forest Products Abstracts - at no additional charge to members of organizations which are current subscribers to those journals.
This is a browsable (by subject area) and searchable database of the quarterly print bibliography, produced by the Forestry Library at the University of Minnesota. It contains briefly annotated citations in 43 subjects in four major areas (forestry at large, forest management, forest goods and services, and forest industries). At present, 48 issues (1985-1996), containing more than 30 000 citations, are available for subject browsing or keyword searching. The only drawback to this bibliography is that citations must be downloaded/printed one at a time. See the "About SsiF" section for interlibrary loan availability of cited publications. SSiF is one of seven briefly annotated forestry-related bibliographies (time span varies) available from the Forestry Library gopher server.
This site also provides a list of UN/ECE publications.
The mission of this United States-based organization is to protect native medicinal plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat while ensuring an abundant renewable supply of medicinal plants for generations to come.
A database of research projects, institutions and scientists.
This network provides information on international conferences, courses and workshops related to forestry.
The Indigenous Peoples Biodiversity Information Network (IBIN) is a mechanism to exchange information about experiences and projects and to increase collaboration among indigenous groups working on common causes related to biodiversity use and conservation.
This network provides an opportunity to look all aspects of land utilization.
This bulletin, prepared by the Ministry of Forests, Chilliwack Forest District, British Colombia, Canada, is the first in a series being developed and distributed in an effort to increase the level of awareness and knowledge in one sector of British Colombia's rapidly developing agroforestry industry known as Botanical Forest Products (i.e. non-timber forest plants and plant products).
This electronic newsletter gives practical information and tips for using the healing, life-giving qualities of essential oils to create and maintain personal health and well-being.
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Prepared by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), this journal includes special features, reports on recent meetings on environment and development issues, an extensive list of upcoming meetings as well as summaries of recent academic articles, books and publications.
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