60 Years of Unasylva

Weaving knowledge into development

Unasylva No. 226-227
Vol. 58, 2007/1-2

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Rome, 2007


Editor: A. Perlis
Editorial Advisory Board:
F. Castañeda, R. Czudek, T. Hofer, D. Kneeland, A. Perlis, L. Russo, T. Vahanen, P. Vantomme, M.L. Wilkie
Emeritus Advisers:
J. Ball, I.J. Bourke, C. Palmberg-Lerche
Regional Advisers:
C. Carneiro, P. Durst, P. Koné, K. Prins

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Contents

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Editorial (Download- 76 KB)

J. Diouf
FAO – a knowledge organization for the third millennium (Download- 122 KB)

1940s: Beginnings of Unasylva
J.B. Orr
One World—One Forest (1947) (Download- 92 KB)

“Unasylva” (editorial) (1947) (Download- 92 KB)

1950s: Knowledge in aid of developing countries
G. Clauson
What Is Technical Assistance? (1950)
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Spreading knowledge (editorial) (1952) (Download- 102 KB)

1960s: Evolving roles of forestry and faith in technology
E. Glesinger
The Role of Forestry in World Economic Development (1960)
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H. Beresford-Peirse
The evolution of forestry (1962)
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J.N.R. Jeffers
The Electronic Digital Computer in Forestry (1961) (Download- 114 KB)

F.F.P. Kollmann
The promise of technology (1966) (Download- 190 KB)

FAO and Russian forest inventory (Download- 190 KB)

1970s: Policies into practice
K.F.S. King

Forest policies and national development (1974/75) (Download- 348 KB)

1980s: Broader horizons
M.W. Hoskins

Community forestry depends on women (1980) (Download- 345 KB)

Women in Unasylva before 1980: where were they? (Download- 207 KB)

P. Bergman
A multi-purpose species: woman (1984) (Download- 80 KB)

S. Hanafie
Mantri + Lurah = Ma-Lu (1980)
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The economics of a lion (1981) (Download- 133 KB)

1990s: Sustainable forest management and social aspects of forestry
J.S. Maini

Sustainable development of forests (1992)
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D.D. Gow
Forestry for sustainable development: The social dimension (1992)
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P. Dabrowski
Tourism for conservation, conservation for tourism (1994)
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T. Marghescu
Safeguarding forest resources during the transition to a market economy (1994)
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T. Enters and J. Hagmann
One-way, two-way, which way? Extension workers: from messengers to facilitators (1996)
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D. Richardson
The Internet and rural development: opportunities for forestry (1997)
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J. Anderson, J. Clément & L.V. Crowder
Accommodating conflicting interests in forestry – concepts emerging from pluralism (1998)
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2000s: Influence of knowledge
M.J. Spilsbury and D. Kaimowitz
The influence of research and publications on conventional wisdom and policies affecting forests (2000)
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K. Warner
Forestry and sustainable livelihoods (2000) (Download- 422 KB)

M.I. Abalos Romero
Towards development of the Chilean basket willow sector (2005) (Download- 209 KB)

FAO Forestry (Download- 254 KB)
World of Forestry (Download- 88 KB)
Books (Download- 140 KB)