A strategy paper for a concept on a non-legally binding instrument on all types of forests
Thomas W. Schneider
No 2006/3, Work report of the Institute for World Forestry from Johann Heinrich von Thünen Institute, Federal Research Institute for Rural Areas, Forestry and Fisheries
At UNFF-6 the Chairman’s Text/Resolution emphasized the importance of strengthening political commitment and action at all levels to implement effectively the sustainable management of all types of forests and to achieve the global objectives set out in the resolution, by requesting the United Nations Forum on Forests to conclude and adopt at its seventh session a non-legally binding instrument (NLBI) on all types of forests. The following paper has to be seen as a Strategy Paper for a Concept on a Non-legally binding instrument for Sustainable Forest Management/ of /on all types of forests.
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