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by Virgilio Viana,Jamison Ervin,Richard Donovan,Chris Elliott,Henry Gholz,Bruce Cabarie,Tom Spies,Bruce Marcot,Antony Carmel,Scott Landis,Eric Palola,Rachel Crossley,Kate Heaton,Bill Mankin,Robert Waffle,Mark Eisen,Francis Putz,Paula Rodgers Huff,Marshall Pecore,Debbie Hammel,Dale Thornburgh,Clive Whittenbury,Bill Home


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Z. Donovan Paperback, 271 Pages, Published 1996 by Island Press ISBN-13: 978-1-55963-494-6, ISBN: 1-55963-494-4.

261 pages, Figs, tabs. Publisher: Island Press. It features perspectives from all parties involved, from both southern and northern hemispheres, including the forest products industry, indigenous communities, academics, biologists, certifiers, policymakers, environmental activists, and retailers. 261 pages, Figs, tabs. Bestsellers in Forests & Wetlands.

Certification Of Forest Products: Issues And Perspectives. Virgilio Viana, Jamison Ervin, Richard Donovan, Chris Elliott, Henry Gholz, Bruce Cabarie, Tom Spies, Bruce Marcot, Antony Carmel, Scott Landis, Eric Palola, Rachel Crossley, Kate Heaton, Bill Mankin, Robert Waffle, Mark Eisen, Francis Putz, Paula Rodgers Huff, Marshall Pecore, Debbie Hammel, Dale Thornburgh, Clive Whittenbury, Bill Home. As public awareness of the problem of deforestation has grown, a variety of consumer-based approaches to addressing the issue have emerged. One of the most innovative of those is forest product certification.

As public awareness of the problem of deforestation has grown, a variety of consumer-based approaches to addressing the issue have emerged.

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Certification of forest products : issues and perspectives. Richard Z. Donovan, Robert A. Fimbel, John Bradstreet Perry Robinson, Alejandro Grajal. Virgílio Maurício Viana, Jamison Ervin, Richard Z. Donovan, Chris Elliott, Henry L. Gholz. One of the most innovative of those is forest produc. More). Certification of nontimber forest products. Virgílio Maurício Viana, Aaron R. Pierce, Richard Z. Donovan.

Certification of Forest Products Issues And Perspectives . contributor), Bill Mankin (contributor), Bruce Marcot (contributor), Eric Palola (contributor), Marshall Pecore (contributor), Francis Putz (contributor), Tom Spies (contributor), Virgilio Viana (Ed., Robert Waffle (contributor) Island Press, 1996.

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As public awareness of the problem of deforestation has grown, a variety of consumer-based approaches to addressing the issue have emerged. One of the most innovative of those is forest product certification. Products derived from forests that have been managed and harvested in a sustainable manner are certified as such, thus providing consumers with a direct means of addressing deforestation and creating a positive incentive for improving forest management practices around the world.This volume presents an overview of the mechanics, background, and implications of voluntary certification programs. It features perspectives from all parties involved, from both southern and northern hemispheres, including the forest products industry, indigenous communities, academics, biologists, certifiers, policymakers, environmental activists, and retailers.Among the topics considered are: the development of market-based conservation initiatives elements involved in certification biological aspects of forest auditing implications of forest product certification importance of cooperation among all parties involved The book traces the history of certification, the development of an internationally agreed upon set of forest management principles, and the various certification programs currently underway. In addition to providing the most current information on the certification process itself, it includes a valuable discussion and analysis of the social and political context in which certification must function.Certification of Forest Products brings clarity to a highly debated and poorly understood topic, and is an important work for anyone concerned with deforestation and the methods available for addressing it.
Certification of Forest Products: Issues And Perspectives ebook
Author:
Virgilio Viana,Jamison Ervin,Richard Donovan,Chris Elliott,Henry Gholz,Bruce Cabarie,Tom Spies,Bruce Marcot,Antony Carmel,Scott Landis,Eric Palola,Rachel Crossley,Kate Heaton,Bill Mankin,Robert Waffle,Mark Eisen,Francis Putz,Paula Rodgers Huff,Marshall Pecore,Debbie Hammel,Dale Thornburgh,Clive Whittenbury,Bill Home
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