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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Future of the world's forests.
Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2010
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jim Douglas; Markku Simula
|Description:||1 online resource (ix, 211 pages).|
|Contents:||PART I: ISSUES AND QUESTIONS Chapter 1 DISAPPEARING RAINFORESTS: NEW SOLUTIONS 1.1 Introduction 1.2 But why another book on forests? 1.3 The dynamics of forest loss 1.4 Setting the scene for sustainability: valuation; and financing of the forests Chapter 2 GLOBAL FORESTS: DEBATE AND DYSFUNCTION 2.1 Defining the problem #1: a dysfunctional dialogue 2.2 Defining the problem #2: sustainability and forests value; the basic issues 2.3 The global dialogue on forests: moribunds, mercantilists, and Manicheans Chapter 3 THE STATE OF GLOBAL FOREST RESOURCES 3.1 The state of the world's forests 3.2 Tropical rainforests: a key concern 3.3 The implications of reducing deforestation PART II : THE DYNAMICS OF FOREST LOSS Chapter 4 ARE TRADE AND FORESTS SURVIVAL COMPATIBLE? 4.1 Where trade is going: emerging trends 4.2 How future demand can be met: rapidly changing supply patterns 4.3 Are impacts of trade liberalization on forests positive? 4.4 Can trade rules differentiate sustainably produced forest products? 4.5 Has certification of forest management created value for forest resources? 4.6 A distorted playing field: addressing illegal logging 4.7 New opportunities and challenges for trade in the valuation of forests 4.8 Conclusions Chapter 5 DEFORESTATION: CAUSES AND SYMPTOMS 5.1 Rainforests: a Tragedy of the Commons? 5.2 Agricultural technology and deforestation 5.3 The impact of burgeoning plantation and grazing commodities 5.4 Some other factors in deforestation 5.5 Illegal logging 5.6 Commentary on some corrective options 5.7 Separating causes and symptoms PART III: SUSTAINABILITY AND VALUATION OF THE FORESTS Chapter 6 SUSTAINABILITY AND FORESTS: IDEAS AND IDEOLOGIES 6.1 Global environmental sustainability: the shifting paradigm 6.2 Malthus, the Club of Rome, and the environmental Kuznets curve 6.3 Forests and the Broader Economy 6.4 Multilateral Agreements onGlobal Environmental Sustainability 6.5 A Brief Look at Multilateral Involvement in Forests 6.6 Forest Policy in The World Bank: Ideas vs Ideologies 6.7 Developing perspectives on sustaining forests Chapter 7 FINANCING FORESTS SUSTAINABILITY WITH CLIMATE BENEFITS 7.1 The failure of forests sustainability: a question of perceived value 7.2 Stored forest carbon: leading the new sustainability paradigm 7.3 Would Rainforest Governments Finance Sustainability in Forests for Carbon? 7.4 Financing reduced emissions from deforestation and forest degradation 7.4 Investing in Reduced Deforestation Ahead of REDD Chapter 8 FINAL THOUGHTS 8.1 The search for a new paradigm 8.2 What does all this mean for the forests? 8.3 Some final words REFERENCES|
|Series Title:||World forests.|
|Responsibility:||Jim Douglas, Markku Simula.|
From the reviews: "The Future of the World's Forests - Ideas vs Ideologies by Jim Douglas and Markku Simula fills a clear gap in the literature on international forestry development. The book ...