VOL. 21 · NO. 3 | October 2019

S. Carodenuto
International Forestry Review 21 (3), 267-278, (16 October 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819827293187
KEYWORDS: information transparency, forest governance, sustainable development, decentralized resource management
S. Das, N. Tyagi
International Forestry Review 21 (3), 279-294, (16 October 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819827293204
KEYWORDS: institution and resource sustainability, community rights, forest policy implementation, Forest Rights Act
Lj. Keča, M. Marčeta, G. Božič, S. Perić, I. Tsvetkov, K. Andreassen, A. Stijović, D. Mandžukovski, B. Zlokapa, V.N. Nicolescu
International Forestry Review 21 (3), 295-314, (16 October 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819827293222
KEYWORDS: Southeast Europe, non-native tree species, SWOT, ecology, climate change, silviculture
P. Laclau, A. Meza, J. Garrido Soares De Lima, S. Linser
International Forestry Review 21 (3), 315-323, (16 October 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819827293196
KEYWORDS: Montréal Process, regional framework, C&I processes, national forest policies, C&I for SFM
T. Lin, K.T. Htun, D. Gritten, A.R. Martin
International Forestry Review 21 (3), 324-340, (16 October 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819827293259
KEYWORDS: community forestry, climate change adaptation, forest management, Myanmar, sustainable livelihoods
I. Ndoumbe Berock, S. Ongolo
International Forestry Review 21 (3), 341-351, (16 October 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819827293213
KEYWORDS: forestland policy, corporate social responsibility, eco-labelling, FSC, forest concessions, Cameroon
L. Robins, P. Kanowski
International Forestry Review 21 (3), 350-371, (16 October 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819827293240
KEYWORDS: forestry, forests, futures, Indonesia, megatrend, smallholder
R. Tsujino, T. Kajisa, T. Yumoto
International Forestry Review 21 (3), 372-384, (16 October 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819827293178
KEYWORDS: agriculture, concession, economic growth, landuse, population, statistics
A. Vilkov, G. Tian
International Forestry Review 21 (3), 385-400, (16 October 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819827293231
KEYWORDS: Industry 4.0, China-Mongolia-Russia economic corridor, digitalisation, illegal logging, international trade, supply chain
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