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Center for International Forestry Reasearch
CIFOR is an international research and global knowledge institution committed to conserving forests and improving the livelihoods of people in the tropics.
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When the Dutch Disease met the French Connection : Oil, Macroeconomics and Forests in Gabon
Stock Code CIFOR0047, CIFOR 2003 Paperback 70 pages Price USD 12.00
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The report contains eight sections including the introduction. The second section will briefly describe the history and current status of forest resources ini Gabon. The third will look at macroeconomic changes since the start of the oil era.

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Tapping the Green Market : Certification & Management of Non-Timber Forest Products
Stock Code CIFOR0036, CIFOR 2002 Paperback 456 pages Price USD 40.00
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Tapping the Green Market explains the use and importance of market-based tools such as certification and eco-labelling for guaranteeing best management practices of NTFPs in the field. Using extensive case studies and global profiles of NTFPs, this book not only furthers our comprehension of certification processes but also broadens our understanding of NTFP management, harvesting and marketing.

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Forest Resources and People in Bulungan
Stock Code CIFOR0021, CIFOR 2001 Paperback 184 Pages Price USD 20.00
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Elements for a history of settlement, trade and social dynamics in Borneo, 1880-2000.

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Genetic Resource Management in Ecosystems
Stock Code CIFOR0018, CIFOR 2001 Paperback 42 Pages Price USD 20.00
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Report of a workshop organized by CIFOR for the SGRP CIFOR, Bogo, Indonesia, 27-29 June 2000

 
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Social Learning in Community Forests
Stock Code CIFOR0025, CIFOR 2001 Paperback 209 Pages Price USD 20.00
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Practitioners from eight countries document their experience with the aim of identifying how to characterize social learning, as well as how to improve upon current practice. Multiple approaches are likely if the goal is to reach all the necessary parties and to be relevant to changing conditions over time.

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Criteria and Indicators of Sustainability in Community Managed Forest Landscape
Stock Code CIFOR0010, CIFOR 2000 Paperback 104 Pages Price USD 15.00
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This guide is intended to make a contribution to the larger efforts worldwide at improving forest management, human well-being, and the sustainability of natural resources.

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Rehabilitation of Degraded Tropical Forest Ecosystems
Stock Code CIFOR0017, CIFOR 2000 Paperback 226 pages Price USD 25.00
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CIFOR has a mission to contribute to the sustained well-being of people in developing countries, through collaborative strategic and applied research. CIFOR's research on 'Rehabilitation of Degraded Tropical Forest Ecosystem's projects started in 1996.

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Site Management and Productivity in Tropical Plantation Forests
Stock Code CIFOR0011, CIFOR 1999 Paperback Price USD 15.00
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These proceedings describe the experimental basis and preliminary results of CIFOR project 'Site Management and Productivity in Tropical Plantations'. The research, which is underway at 17 sites in seven countries and involve scientists from 16 institutions, focuses on inter-rotation management. This phase between tree harvesting and replanting for the next rotation is a window of considerable risks as well as opportunites

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Current Issues in Non-Timber Forest Products Research
Stock Code CIFOR0002, CIFOR 1997 Paperback 265 pages Price USD 15.00
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This book contains a number of commissioned background papers presented at the workshop on 'Research on Non-Timber Forest Products (Hot Springs, Zimbabwe Aug/Sept 1995).

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The Miombo in Transition
Stock Code CIFOR0001, CIFOR 1996 Paperback 250 Pages Price USD 30.00
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Miombo woodlands are the most extensive vegetation type in Africa south of the equator. These dry tropical woodlands cover some 2.5 million hectares and are home to over 40 million people. Miombo products are very important to the livelihoods and basic needs of an additional 15 million urban Africans.

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