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Improving Forest Governance Course 2016

08 Jun
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Telford, United Kingdom
Organised by Centre for International Development and Training (CIDT, University of Wolverhampton
The Improving Forest Governance course is a 4-week, UK-based residential course that covers a variety of forest governance issues. The course is conducted in English, French and Spanish with simultaneous interpretation and is taught by experienced tutors from the Centre for International...
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Summary: Forum on Governance, Legality Verification Systems and Competitiveness in the Latin American Forest Sector.

This publication captures the key issues that resulted from the discussions from the conference which engaged 140 regional stakeholders, as well as public and private sector representatives from 10 Latin America countries and from demand side markets such as the EU and the US. The conference aimed...
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FLEGT, VPA, EUTR and their possible impact on the Bolivian timber sector

Dear All, I would like to share with you all an excellent report prepared by Christopher Carden, Robbert Wijers and Paul Zambon on the forest sector in Bolivia, financed by CBI (Centre for the Promotion of Import from developing countries) of The Netherlands (related to the Ministry of Foreign...
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Making the Forest Sector Transparent - Annual Transparency Report 2012

Since 2009, Making the Forest Sector Transparent has documented how well governments have met their commitments to improve forest sector governance and transparency. Forests are under severe threat from logging, mining and other industries, yet poor management and corruption facilitate their...
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What is the EU FAO FLEGT Programme?

The EU-FAO Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade Programme ( EU FAO FLEGT Programme ) is a four year initiative that started in May 2012, and is funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented by FAO. It is a follow on Programme to the ACP-FLEGT Support Programme. Its overall objective is...
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