This Occasional Paper highlights scientific findings of IUFRO Task Forces between 2011 and 2014 through individual Research Letters.
Cover page The Austrian PerspectiveAuthors: Viktor J. Bruckman and Michaela Klinglmüller Citation: Bruckman, V.J. and Klinglmüller, M. (2014): Potentials to Mitigate Climate Change Using Biochar - the Austrian Perspective. In:...
Update: Forest governance scholarship for the real world: Building strategic insights through policy learning - Issues & Options Briefs on Forest Policy
"Desafíos de los bosques amazónicos y oportunidades para el manejo forestal comunitario" in Spanish language has been published as CIAS Discussion Paper 20 & IUFRO Occasional Paper 25.
IUFRO's Occasional Paper 24 looks at the effects that climate change will have on forest-dependent people in Africa. The report was presented at the XXIII IUFRO World Congress.
IUFRO's Occasional Paper 23 summarizes the state of the art of forest policy responses regarding adaptation to climate change in 14 countries.
This report has been created for the CPF Global Forest Expert Panel on Adaptation of Forests to Climate Change. The objective of this report is to determine the impacts and vulnerabilities of forests and the forest sector to...
The paper combines the physical science review with discussion of economic and social impacts.
Proceedings of the Internat. Meeting "Communicating through the media - why and how"
Guidelines for the Implementation of Social and Cultural Values in Sustainable Forest Management elaborated and published by IUFRO were presented at the 5th MCPFE in Warsaw.
This selection of papers on the challenges of forest research was presented at the Beijing EB symposium jointly organized by IUFRO and CAF.
These guidelines provide advice to researchers and research leaders on how to best plan, conduct, and organize research activities.
Proceedings of the International Symposium convened on the occasion of the 110th anniversary of IUFRO on 9-10 October 2002 in Vienna, Austria
Contributions to the Third Session of the United Nations Forum on Forests in Geneva, Switzerland, 24 May - 6 June 2003
Proceedings of the 6.03.02/SilvaVoc Group Session at the IUFRO World Congress 2000, and Selected Contributions on Forest Terminology
Papers presented at a Side Event of the Third Session of the Intergovernmental Forum on Forests (IFF 3), Geneva, Switzerland, 3-14 May 1999
Papers presented at the Global Forest Information Service side event at the Third Session of the United Nations Intergovernmental Forum on Forests (IFF 3), Geneva, Switzerland, 3-14 May 1999
This publication describes the Russian forest sector and identifies some of the associated problems.
This publication gives a sound theoretical framework for forest research funding and provides readers with empirical findings on the role of forest sector research in Europe.
This bibliography provides an overview of and knowledge about the existing dictionaries, glossaries and other papers and publications in the field of forestry.
Social Origins and Research Topics of Studies Conducted in Germany, Austria and Switzerland between 1960 and 1995
This paper gives an overview of the recent developments mainly in North America, in the field of sustainable, ecosystem-based management of natural resources.
The paper investigates the area of forest we need and deals with questions such as which forest types are required and in what locations.
This final report presents the Task Force concept; lists the Task Force activities and summarises existing IUFRO activities.
This handbook offers detailed instruction on planning, organizing and carrying out a conference. It is designed to help the beginner as well as those more experienced.
Actas de la Reunión Internacional, Resistencia/Chaco, Argentina, 21 al 24 de Marzo de 1995 Editor: Secretaría de IUFROPublished: 1995 ISSN 1024-414XCopyright by IUFRO
This publication constitutes the GCTE Report No. 4, GCTE Activity No. 3.5: Effects of Global Change on Managed Forests and includes the Implementation Plan.
Forest governance scholarship for the real world: Building strategic insights through policy learning
Issues & Options Briefs on Forest Policy
Can REDD+ Safeguards Promote Indigenous Resource Rights? Lessons and Strategic Insights from Peru
Authors: Mona Wang, Ingrid J. Visseren-Hamakers, Wil de Jong and Benjamin Cashore
Bridging Certification and Community Forestry through NTFPs: A Case Study from Nepal
Authors: Naazia Ebrahim, Poshendra Satyal Pravat, David Humphreys and Jeremy Rayner
Can Legality Verification Combat Illegal Logging in Brazil? Strategic Insights for Policy Makers and Advocates
Authors: Gabriela Bueno and Benjamin Cashore
Can Legality Verification Combat Illegal Logging in Indonesia? Strategic Insights for Policy Makers and Advocates
Authors: Erica Pohnan and Michael Stone
Moving Beyond Commitments: Creating Durable Change through the Implementation of APP’s Forest Conservation Policy
Authors: Urs Dieterich and Graeme Auld
Citation: Benjamin Cashore, Editor. 2013. Forest governance scholarship for the real world: Building
strategic insights through policy learning. International Union of Forest Research Organizations
Occasional Paper Series, Vienna.