This paper presents an overview of the various approaches that developed and developing countries have used in designing national forest funds. It is based on a study of legislation in over forty countries and a review of some of the few empirical studies of forest fund performance. The overview may serve as checklist of issues and options for policymakers who are designing funds. It also may illuminate ongoing discussions about appropriate international roles in forest financing. The paper presents some of the common arguments for and against the use of dedicated funds.
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Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksApril, 2001Burkina Faso, Lithuania, Gambia, Croatia, France, Guatemala, Indonesia, Bulgaria, Laos, Bolivia, Canada, Congo, Guinea, Costa Rica, Cameroon, Cyprus, Lesotho, Albania, Madagascar, Italy, Norway, Brazil, Cuba
Library ResourceNational PoliciesJanuary, 2002Italy
The Environmental Action Strategy for Sustainable Development in Italy is a strategic instrument with a national coverage which sets out the goals to be attained for sustainable development and outlines related measures and actions to be undertaken. The national environmental action strategy ensures continuity to the European Union action, namely through the Sixth Environmental Action Plan, with the targets regarding social cohesion, full employment and environmental protection approved by the Council of Europe in Lisbon and Göthenburg.
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