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Improving Forest Governance Course 2016

08 Jun
From to
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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Improving Forest Governance Course 2014 at University of Wolverhampton, UK

14 May
From to
Telford, United Kingdom
Organised by Centre for International Development and Training, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Applications NOW being accepted for a 6 week "Improving Forest Governance" course in May - June 2014 (delivered in French and English). The course is focused on 3 core modules covering governance, trade, communication and planning processes, with up to 2 optional modules on Forests and Climate...
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Forest Governance, Markets and Climate (FGMC) - FGMC 2015 Grants Round

Forest Governance, Markets and Climate (FGMC) FGMC 2015 Grants Round This is to announce that DFID is launching another round of grants under the Forest Governance, Markets and Climate (FGMC) programme. This will be managed by the FGMC Programme Management Support Team (PMST). Around £30 million of...
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Guardians of the forests? 10 years of EU innovation in forest governance worldwide, achievements so far and challenges ahead.

09 Oct
From
Brussels, Belgium
Organised by Yannik Jadot, Fiona Hall and FERN
**Exploring a decade of achievements and challenges in the EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) programme** **** ** llegal logging costs developing countries US$15 billion in lost revenues each year (World Bank), and has helped to fund national and regional conflicts. In March...
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治理非法采伐及相关贸易 进展如何, 前路何在?概要和建议

查塔姆研究所对全球范围内非法采伐治理工作的第 一次评估结果令人鼓舞。评估结果发表于2010年, 认为21世纪早期各国合力加强执法工作, 许多国家 的非法采伐问题得到了明显改善。 但在2012至2014年间进行的第二次评估却展现出 更加复杂的情况。国家层面取得的进展有目共睹, 几乎所有接受评估的消费国非法木材进口份额都有 所减少。许多生产国尽管在森林治理方面的工作 仍非常薄弱, 但已经在其他众多领域取得了持续发 展。相应的, 接受评估的生产国中许多已经减少了 非法木材的出口份额。 然而, 全球层面的进程却止步不前。自金融危机结 束以来, 接受评估的国家的非法木材进口总量增加 了1/5。据估计...
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