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Bosques para el Nuevo Milenio - BOSQUES QUE BENEFICIEN A LA GENTE Y SUSTENTEN LA NATURALEZA, vol 1

René Alfaro, Carlos Bahamondez, John Beer, Bruce Campbell, José J. Campos, Liu Can, Benjamin Cashore, Carol Colfer, Jim Farrel, Mike Fullerton, Glenn Galloway, Denis Gautier, GLueCK Peter, Luis Gonz¡lez, Moraia Grau, Hartmut Holzknecht, Markku Kanninen, Peter Kanowski, Yemi Katerere, Sebastiao Kengen, Michael Kleine, Don Lee, Maxim Lobovikov, Martin Lorenz, Bastiaan Louman, Concepci”n Luj¡n, Gerardo Mery, Florencia Montagnini, John Parrotta, Charlie Pye-Smith, Hiroyasu Oka, Andreas Ottitsch, Jeremy Rayner, Jean-Marc Roda (), SARAMƒKI Jussi, Jeffrey Sayer, SEPPƒLƒ Risto, Brad Stennes, Dietmar Stoian, Ilpo Tikkanen, Jorge Trevin, Heidi Vanhanen, Paul Vantomme, Martti Varmola, Jari Varjo, Sen Wang, Bill Wilson and Jim Wood.

in Selected Books from CIRAD, Forest department, UPR40

Abstract: LAS MANERAS DE PERCIBIR Y USAR LOS BOSQUES HAN CAMBIADO DRAM¡TICAMENTE DURANTE LOS ⁄LTIMOS A—OS. YA NO SE CONSIDERA M¡S A LOS BOSQUES S”LO COMO UNA FUENTE DE MADERA, SINO COMO ECOSISTEMAS COMPLEJOS QUE SUSTENTAN LAS FORMAS DE VIDA HUMANA Y SUMINISTRAN UNA GAMA DE PRODUCTOS Y SERVICIOS AMBIENTALES. AHORA ES AMPLIAMENTE RECONOCIDO QUE LOS BOSQUES PUEDEN CONTRIBUIR AL DESARROLLO RURAL Y AYUDAN A ALIVIAR LA POBREZA.

Keywords: Forest; economics; livelihoods (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: L73 Q23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2005
Edition: 1
ISBN: 951-724-488-6
Note: language = spanish, 36p
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