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Prioritising support for locally controlled forest enterprises

Journal Articles & Books
Dezembro, 2013
Global

This book comprises detailed assessments of the likely impacts of small-enterprise support across different forest subsectors in eight countries. The work advances recommendations that are sometimes generic and sometimes linked to support for particular subsectors of locally controlled forest enterprises, including improving natural resource governance and tenure, as well as supporting investment in organization-building for forest and farm producer organisations.

ข้อมูลพื้นฐาน - ชุมชนบ้านซำผักหนาม

Reports & Research
Dezembro, 2013
Thailand

เอกสารที่รวบรวมข้อมูลพื้นฐานของชุมชนบ้านซำผักหนามไว้อย่างครบถ้วน เหมาะสำหรับผู้ที่สนใจทั่วไป

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ข้อมูลพื้นฐาน - ชุมชนบ้านคลองเรือ

Reports & Research
Dezembro, 2013
Thailand

เอกสารที่รวบรวมข้อมูลพื้นฐานของชุมชนบ้านคลองเรือไว้อย่างครบถ้วน เหมาะสำหรับผู้ที่สนใจทั่วไป

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Influencia del uso de la tierra con cultivos de cacao, chakras y bosque primario, sobre la diversidad, almacenamiento de carbono y productividad en la Reserva de la Biosfera Sumaco, Ecuador.

Reports & Research
Dezembro, 2013
Equador

La investigación se realizó en la Reserva de la Biosfera Sumaco, en la provincia del Napo, Republica del Ecuador. Se estudiaron siete sistemas de uso de la tierra: Chakras con y sin sombra, cultivos de cacao propagados por semilla con y sin sombra, cacao injertado con y sin sombra y bosque primario. Se evaluaron tres variables de respuesta: diversidad arbórea y arbustiva, almacenamiento-acumulación de carbono (C) y productividad, en los diferentes sistemas de usos de la tierra.

ForInfo Factsheet: Forest Certification for Ecosystem Services

Institutional & promotional materials
Novembro, 2013
Vietnam

The project covers two pilot sites encompassing 41,000 ha of forest land: Vinh Tu Commune in Quang Tri Province and Huong Son District in Ha Tinh Province. Both sites are commercially used forest and have potential for a certification mechanism. The certification project presumes that ecosystem services can be provided alongside sustainable forest management. Innovatively, the pilot test will help develop national standards and indicators for ecosystem certification.

ForInfo Factsheet: Seima Community-Based Production Forestry

Institutional & promotional materials
Novembro, 2013
Cambodia

In what is a big step towards commercial community forestry, Cambodia’s Forest Administration, in partnership with RECOFTC and with technical assistance and funding from the Wildlife Conservation Society, began pilot testing in 2008 community-based production forestry in the Seima Biodiversity Conservation Area. It is an innovation unlike any other in the region in which communities are allowed to set up forest-logging operations in buffer-zone forest.

Vivre dans les interstices de la firme

Journal Articles & Books
Novembro, 2013
Chad
Sierra Leone
Cambodia

La manière dont les entreprises agro-industrielles et industrielles investissent les espaces agricoles des pays en développement attire l’attention sur une nouvelle forme d’espace géographique : l’interstice. Relevant d’un cadre mondialisé pour ce qui est de leurs activités et de leur structure financière, ces entreprises créent néanmoins des espaces locaux verrouillés « exorbitant du territoire ordinaire » et, donc, totalement contraires à l’idée d’ouverture et d’aplatissement. Les populations qui reçoivent ces entreprises doivent vivre dans les interstices de la firme.

ForInfo Factsheet: Capacity Building in Sustainable Forest Management

Institutional & promotional materials
Outubro, 2013
Cambodia

Wood energy is vital to the livelihoods of rural communities in the Mekong region, where over five times more fuelwood than timber is extracted for daily use. However, the energy needs of the community are commonly not factored into the establishment of market-oriented enterprises, which can lead to supply disruptions and subsequent impact on income as well as the environment. Hence, the importance of establishing sustainable community forest (CF) management, to ensure a stable provision of wood energy and to prevent gaps in supply and demand is significant.

ForInfo Factsheet: Commercial Scale Community Bamboo Harvesting

Institutional & promotional materials
Outubro, 2013
Laos

Forinfo aims to strengthen the capacity of the Provincial Agriculture and Forestry Office (PAFO) by supporting the implementation of improved bamboo management within the two concession areas in Meung district. The project is partnering with officials from the Government of Lao PDR (GoL), from the national to district level, private enterprises, community associations, and other NGOs to foster a wider stakeholder responsibility and ownership of the activities.

People and Forests for a Greener Future

Institutional & promotional materials
Outubro, 2013
Indonesia
Cambodia
Laos
Myanmar
Nepal
Thailand
Vietnam
South-Eastern Asia

Building on a very successful previous strategic phase, the new RECOFTC Strategic Plan (2013-2018) has an increased focus on clearer strategic outcomes in RECOFTC’s four thematic areas: Securing Community Forestry; Enhancing Livelihoods and Markets; People, Forests and Climate Change; and Transforming Forest Conflicts. Within these thematic areas, we explore emerging issues, including landscape approaches, food security, water security, and biomass energy security.

ForInfo Factsheet: Teak Smallholder Plantations

Institutional & promotional materials
Outubro, 2013
Laos

In Bokeo, ForInfo focuses on using the inherent economic incentives in teak cultivation to contribute to sound livelihood systems for the communities, based on sustainable forest management principles. ForInfo , as a project of RECOFTC, is in the process of promoting a range of improvements to maximize benefits from teak plantation management by supporting smallholder plantation certification and linking them with micro-finance schemes. In this factsheet, the findings of the TFT-supported Luang Prabang Teak program (LPTP) provided the basis for the intervention in Bokeo.