Andean Countries: A Strategy for Forestry, Volume I of V . Executive Summary | Land Portal

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December 2006
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FAODOCREP:855e3320-f7df-4886-973c-f20abcc8d7ee
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26
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To address the needs of individual regions, such as LAC, more detailed regional and sub regional strategies are needed to ensure that forestry contributes fully to the challenges of poverty, inequity, environmental degradation and sustainable development. This report presents such a strategy for four Andean Countries of South America, that is, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. Venezuela could not be included because of time constraints, and the difficulties of obtaining a suitable consultant to carry out the field work.

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Owen, R.

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