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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ruth Nussbaum; Markku Simula
|Notes:||Previous ed.: published as by Christopher Upton and Stephen Bass. 1995.|
|Description:||xiv, 300 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction; Part I:Forest Certification in Practice; Getting Started; Implementing the Standard; Getting Certified; Setting up a Group Scheme; Implementing the System; Getting Certified and Making Claims; Part III: Existing Forest Certification Schemes; An Overview of Existing Schemes; Part IV: Certification in Context: Policy, Progress and Remaining Issues; The Policy and Institutional Context of Certification; A Decade of Forest Certification: Impacts, Costs and Benefits; The Enabling Conditions Framework: An Analytical Tool; Phased Approaches to Forest Certification; Capacity Building; Small Forest Enterprises and Certification; Selecting a Forest Certification Scheme; New Applications of Forest Certification / How Forest Certification Schemes Work; What is a Forest Certification Scheme? Forest Standards; Certification; Accreditation; Product Tracing and Claims; Part II.|
|Series Title:||Earthscan forestry library.|
'A clear and balanced overview of the key issues relating to timber certification' Chris Elliot, Director, WWF International Forest Programme, on the first edition; 'I strongly recommend it to...