Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox

Tools

A tool is a resource that supports and guides the implementation of SFM. This section includes all the tools available in the SFM Toolbox, which can be in form of publications, e-learning videos, software etc.

You can browse the Tools through keywords in the free search box or you can narrow the search using the filters on the right side of the page.

The aim of this Guide is to describe the process of establishing successful Community Conservancies using the model developed by The Northen Rangelands Trust (NRT). This guide provides information on what a Community Conservancy is and its function, as well as present examples of successes, challenges and best practice in...
While poisoning is often target at certain species, particularly the ones that provide high-value by-products, the consequences are frequently unintentional and affect any species scavenging on poisoned carcasses. This database aims to gather and collect data on historical and current incidents of wildlife poisoning to assess the scope and impact...
One of the challenges facing great ape conservation is the rising level of interaction between humans and great apes, and the resulting conflicts that emerge. A comprehensive understanding of the conflict situation and their current or future impacts on both great apes and human needs to be examine prior developing...
With currently more than 15 million of records, CITES Trade database is the most comprehensive resource on international trade in species listed in the Appendices of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). This database provides information regarding international trade in wild fauna...
This global network of experts concerned with cultural and spiritual values supports protected areas, which aims to promote the appropriate recognition and inclusion of these relevant issues into protected area policies, management and evaluation. Here you can find guidelines, report, publications and study cases on cultural and spiritual values...
This guideline aims to deliver supplementary advice on the application of the IUCN protected area management category system in the framework of forest protection. It envision to clarify the relationship between IUCN PA’s categories and other forest management regimes, demonstrates how Forest Protected Areas can be planned and managed and...
This network offers expertise and guidance on all aspects of transboundary conservation planning, management and governance. Here you can find case studies, tools, guidance aimed to promote and encourage transboundary conservation for the conservation of nature with associated ecosystem services and cultural values while promoting peace and co-operation among nations. ...
The expansion of oil palm plantations in Indonesia can cause habitat and population loss of large primate, especially orangutans, found in the forest of Sumatra and Kalimantan (Borneo). This technical guideline provides reference on how to avoid, mitigate and management human-orangutan conflict around oil palm plantations and its aimed at...
Human-induced changes in the environment have fundamentally changed the way disease affects not only wildlife but also entire ecosystems. These changes required a way of looking at diseases that also consider the political and economic value of wildlife and the consequences of biodiversity loss due to diseases. The disease risk...
The ICCA Registry website is an online information platform for Indigenous and Community Conserved Areas (ICCA), where communities themselves provide data, case studies, maps, photos and stories which result in useful statistics and analysis on featured ICCAs around the world
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