Conjunto de Herramientas para la Gestión Forestal Sostenible (GFS)

Gobernanza forestal

Este módulo describe los elementos y componentes básicos de la gobernanza forestal y explora las formas en que esta gobernanza influye en la implementación de la gestión forestal sostenible (GFS). El módulo explica por qué es importante que los gestores forestales conozcan la gobernanza de los bosques y ofrece orientaciones sobre lo que ellos pueden hacer para fomentar una buena gobernanza de los bosques.

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