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Forests and Society – Responding to Global Drivers of Change

A IUFRO-WFSE Publication

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Editors: Gerardo Mery, Pia Katila, Glenn Galloway, Rene I. Alfaro, Markku Kanninen, Maxim Lobovikov and Jari Varjo

 
Preface


PART I  INTRODUCTION
1      Forests in a Changing World

PART II  GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES
2      Forests and Adaptation to Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities
3      Harnessing Forests for Climate Change Mitigation through REDD+
4      Air Pollution Impacts on Forests in a Changing Climate
5      Forest Cover and Global Water Governance
6      Forest Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Drivers of Change, Responses and Challenges
7      Forest Health in a Changing Environment

PART III  GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHANGES
8      Changes in Global Markets for Forest Products and Timberlands
9      Implications of Technological Development to Forestry
10    Forests and Bioenergy Production
11    Forestry in Changing Social Landscapes
12    Forests, Human Health and Well-Being in Light of Climate Change and Urbanisation
13    Extra-Sectoral Drivers of Forest Change

PART IV  REGIONAL EXAMPLES OF FOREST RELATED CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
14    Sustainability of the Boreal Forests and Forestry in a Changing Environment
15    Amazon Forests at the Crossroads: Pressures, Responses and Challenges
16    Opportunities and Challenges for Community Forestry: Lessons from Tropical America
17    Emerging Local Economic and Social Dynamics Shaping East African Forest Landscapes
18    Secondary Forests in West Africa: A Challenge and Opportunity for Management
19    Promoting Sustainable Forest Management through Community Forestry in the Philippines
20    Genetic Resources and Conservation of Mahogany in Mesoamerica
21    Sustainability of Wood Supply: Risk Analysis for a Pulp Mill in Guangxi, China

PART V  MANAGEMENT OPTIONS, POLICIES AND INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS TO ADDRESS NEW CHALLENGES
22    Managing Forested Landscapes for Socio-Ecological Resilience
23    Ability of Institutions to Address New Challenges

PART VI  THE WAY FORWARD
24    The Need for New Strategies and Approaches
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