XIII World Forestry Congress

Unasylva No. 234/235
Vol. 61, 2010/1-2

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Rome, 2010

Editor: A. Perlis
Editorial Advisory Board:
T. Hofer, F. Kafeero, H. Ortiz Chour, A.Perlis, E. Rametsteiner, S. Rose, J. Tissari, P. van Lierop, P. Vantomme, M.L.Wilkie
Emeritus Advisers:
J. Ball, I.J. Bourke, C. Palmberg-Lerche, L.Russo
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F. Bojang, C. Carneiro, P. Durst

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Editorial (Download- 59 KB)

O. Serrano
XIII World Forestry Congress – Forests in development: a vital balance (Download- 404 KB)

D.K. Lee and J. Heino
Sixty years of collaborative partnership between FAO and IUFRO: towards the next sixty (Download- 151 KB)

R.S. Purnamasari
Dynamics of small-scale deforestation in Indonesia: examining the effects of poverty and socio-economic development (Download- 205 KB)

E. Durán, J.J. Figel and D.B. Bray
Uncertain coexistence: jaguars and communities in montane forests of Mexico (Download- 177 KB)

M. Jack and P. Hall
Large-scale forests for bioenergy: land-use, economic and environmental implications (Download- 214 KB)

S. Wu, Y. Hou and G. Yuan
Valuation of forest ecosystem goods and services and forest natural capital of the Beijing municipality, China (Download- 504 KB)

A.C.G. Melo and G. Durigan
Fire in the seasonal semideciduous forest: impact and regeneration at forest edges (Download- 235 KB)

J. Kamugisha-Ruhombe
Challenges of mobilizing forest finance in a heavily indebted poor country: case study of Uganda (Download- 282 KB)

E. Atmiş, H.B. Günşen and S. Özden
How can Turkey’s forest cooperatives contribute to reducing rural poverty? (Download- 243 KB)

A. Ramadhani
Promoting good forest governance for sustainable livelihood improvement: a Tanzanian example (Download- 256 KB)

C. Ackerknecht
Work in the forestry sector: some issues for a changing workforce (Download- 252 KB)

H. Savenije and K. van Dijk
World forestry at a crossroads: going it alone or joining with others? (Download- 356 KB)

FAO Forestry (Download- 93 KB)

World of Forestry (Download- 122 KB)

Books (Download- 124 KB)