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Cross-sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors
Yves C. DubeМЃ
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
Policies in other sectors besides forestry are among the means of achieving sustainable forest management. This publication is meant to assist countries in developing links between sustainable forest management and other sectors and in developing effective national policy frameworks and national forest programmes; and will contribute to enhanced coordination in policy formulation and implementation, thus minimizing negative impacts on forests and promoting sustainable forest management and people"s well-being.
|Statement||edited by Yves C. Dubé and Franz Schmithüsen.|
|Series||FAO forestry paper,, 142|
|Contributions||Schmithüsen, Franz., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.|
|LC Classifications||SD561 .D83 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||2004397656|
FORESTRY AND THE NEED FOR CROSS-SECTORAL POLICY COORDINATION Davide Pettenella University of Padova - Italy [email protected] Taking a bioregional approach in forest management: Origin, methods, results, and application in the USA and Europe Freiburg, June July 4, Paper organisation Forestry: a sector with minor political relevance. Forest Policy of The Gambia In the role of facilitating joint action by related sectors, Department of Forestry will continue to play a collaborative, nurturing and cutting edge role. Building the capacity of local government councils, private sector and growth, and other File Size: KB.
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finance and other business services, primitive technology and poor market integration all limit the growth of viable forestry enterprises. The Forest and Farm Facility’s cross-sectoral platform initiatives at local and national levels offer entrepreneurs a forum to discuss their business problems and policyFile Size: KB. The separation between land use and other sectors in the accounting can lead to short-sighted policy guidance. When substitution effects were considered and exports of roundwood were reduced, the total climate change mitigation effect from the country’s perspective Cited by: 4.
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Cross-sectoral Policy Impacts between Forestry and other Sectors Summaries of Findings and Opinions of Participants Forestry Department Technical Meeting Rome, Italy, File Size: KB. Get this from a library. Cross-sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors.
[Yves C Dubé; Franz Schmithüsen; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.] -- Policies in other sectors besides forestry are among the means of achieving sustainable forest management. This publication is meant to assist countries in developing links between sustainable forest.
Cross-sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors [elektronische middelen] Cross-sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors [elektronische middelen] The international dialogue on forests since the s has pointed to the role of policies in other sectors besides forestry as among the means of achieving.
Cross-sectoral linkages in forestry – review of available information and considerations on further research. Working Paper, Policy and Institutions Branch, Policy and Planning Division, Forestry Department, FAO, Rome. 5 Proceedings of FAO technical meeting on cross-sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors.
Rome, Cross-sectoral coordination between various sectors and their policies aims to ensure that different sectoral actors (both private and state) which are jointly responsible for ensuring political programmes and public policy measures do not act redundantly or do not create gaps in public services (Peters, ).Cited by: Cross-Sectoral Policy Impacts on Forests EFI Proceedings No.
46, Foreword Forests and forest sector have never been an isolated island in ocean, but an integral part of the economy, society and environment. The notion of sustainable forest management (SFM) as an outcome of international forest policy processes and deliberations, including.
Cross-sectoral linkages between the forest sector and other sectors may have a direct, indirect, intended or unintended effect on landowners, forest users, government agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Often, unintended effects of cross-sectoral linkages only become apparent after implementation has taken place. sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors. The need for a cross-sectoral coordination is strongl y perceived in the field of policy development and implementation, including for.
Nature protection as a policy sector is not isolated and is directly or indirectly influenced by many other sectors (e.g. forestry, water management, rural development, energy, etc.). Public Policy Impacts on European Forest Sector Development; Comparative Analysis of Framing the ‘Forest Sector’: Case Studies from Austria and the Netherlands; Cross-sectoral Linkages between Forestry and other Sectors in Romania; Importance of the Turkish Forestry Sector in the National Economy: an Input–Output Analysis.
The first part (chapters ) introduces general and global aspects that have to be considered in the context of cross sectoral policy coordination. This include discussions on the impact of external shocks such as a sudden oil price increase on forest management, the impact of energy or trade policies on global wood markets and the role of.
Cross-sectoral policy developments in forestry. [Yves C Dubé; Franz Schmithüsen;] -- Forest protection and forestry practices are closely linked to decisions that address measures on climate change, biodiversity and the institutional framework for sustainable development.
between Romanian forestry and other sectors --Ioan Vasile Abrudan. GLOBAL ASPECTS -- Cross-sectoral tropical forest cover impacts: what matters. / Sven Wunder and Ahmad Dermawan -- The role of decentralization in integrating cross-sectoral demands on forests / Stefanie Engel and Charles Palmer -- Wood-product trade and policy issues / Osamu Hashiramoto -- Ecosystem approaches to sustainable forest management: changing realities / Jeffrey A.
Sayer. Climate change adaptation and cross-sectoral policy coherence in southern Africa. To be effective, cross-cutting issues like climate change adaptation need to be mainstreamed across multiple sectors; greater policy coherence is essential in order for this to happen.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. i Background Paper 2 Changing Roles of Forests and their Cross- Sectorial Linkages in the Course of Economic Development 1 Uma Lele, Alain Karsenty, Catherine Benson, Judicaël Fétiveau.
Understanding the importance of cross-sectoral implications of climate and socio-economic change in Scotland is essential for adaptation policy. This study explored the direct and indirect sectoral impacts of future change using the CLIMSAVE Integrated Assessment Platform.
There is great spatial diversity in projected impacts across Scotland, and increasing uncertainty in the direction of Cited by: Hyde, W. Economic considerations on instruments and institutions. In Y. Dube, F. Schnithusen (Eds.), Cross-sectoral policy impacts between forestry and other sectors. Rome: FAO Forestry Paper Google ScholarCited by: 2.
It comprises a contribution to the broadening of understanding of the impacts of forestry on the wider economy. A review of methods Introduction. Different types of socio-economic valuation of forestry or any other economic activity have emerged to meet a range of by: 2.
EU Forest Related Policies - a cross sectoral review The EU Forest Strategy The first EU Forest Strategy and Forest Action Plan (FAP) were not legally binding documents but they provided a framework for forest action around forest issues which could be to discussed and coordinated.
Changing Roles of Forests and Their Cross- Sectoral Linkages in the Course of Economic Development PES helps to demonstrate Interactions between forests and other sectors and their implicationsFile Size: 1MB.When analysing a cross-sectoral policy, the identification of the sectors involved represents an obvious stage.
It supposes to identify the boundaries of the cross sectoral space. Nevertheless, it can only be done within the realms of possibility, as sectors’ boundaries are moving and Size: KB.
A combination of factors means convergence is becoming increasingly important, and in the development sector where the focus rests heavily on Author: Hannah Gould.