Report backs novel approach to improving forest governance

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on September 1, 2009

News release: “Researchers working with forest community groups and policy makers in ten countries in Africa and Asia have developed a novel way to improve the flow of social and environmental benefits from tropical forests, according to an independent evaluation of an International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) project published today. With forests set to take centre stage in a new global deal to tackle climate change, there is a desperate search underway for proven ways to improve governance to ensure that forest resources are managed for the public good, says project leader and head of IIED’s Natural Resources Group, James Mayers.”

  • Evaluation of the work of the Forest Governance Learning Group 2005 – 2009, Tom Blomley – August 2009
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