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  1. Library Resource
    Multimedia
    December, 2015
    Latvia, Lithuania

    The article presents the Lithuanian forest land change in the period of more than a hundred years. The causes leading to forest land use change are analysed in the article. The beginning of forestry in Lithuania can be traced back to Sigismund Augustus times starting from 1557, when Wallach reform was launched. However, over time forest land and its use evolved for a variety of political, social and economic factors. In 1795 the state-owned forests in Lithuania amounted to 35% of the total area of forests; other forests were owned by landlords, churches and kulak farms.

  2. Library Resource
    Multimedia
    December, 2015
    Latvia, Ukraine

    Solution of ecological problems is an urgent and extremely important task at the present stage of social economic development of Ukraine. Unreasonably high degree of economic (mostly agricultural) reclaiming of area causes spreading and intensification of degradation processes in ecosystems. Conservation of lands, including the one carried out by means of foresting of degraded lands, is the principal way to renature environment. The article concerns an issue of land conservation in the context of ecosystem services of forests.

  3. Library Resource
    Videos
    November, 2018
    Global

    Local finance for forest and landscape restoration. Featuring Lucy Garrett, Specialist on financing mechanisms for sustainable food systems and landscape restoration at FAO. Facilitators: Maria Nuutinen (FAO) and Natalia Krasnodebska (LFL) and participants from around the world. Join us for a lively discussion. The Landscape Finance Lab is an initiative of the WWF (the Worldwide Fund for Nature) and made possible through support from EIT Climate-KIC and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT).

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