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Published on 19.05.2020

Why can a forest not be private? A post-socialist perspective on Polish forestry paradigms – an anthropological contribution

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GTTN Regional Workshop for Asia
Beijing, China
Gesche.Schiffe… Fri, 12.21.2018 - 13:43
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Policy coherence needs stronger motivation and will at all levels

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GTTN Regional Workshop in Peru
Lima, Peru
Gesche.Schiffe… Fri, 10.26.2018 - 09:22
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Impacts of Reduction of Illegal Logging in European Russia on the EU and European Russia Forest Sector and Trade Rach.Colling Thu, 10.18.2018 - 08:56

Technical Report 19

Andreas Ottitsch, Alexander Moiseyev, Nikolai Burdin, Lauma Kazusa


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Bonn, Germany, 30.11.2018 - 30.11.2018

Local lessons to global implications – pathways to effective forest-related policies

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FuGo! - New frontiers in global forest governance – from lessons learnt to future options

A huge variety of global forest governance initiatives exists today.  All of them follow distinct rationales of how forest governance should operate. These initiatives have, however, not been able to reverse trends of deforestation and forest degradation in the tropics, despite this being the main objective for many of them. Existing instruments like REDD+ and FLEGT are facing major obstacles throughout the design and implementation process.