Dialogue on Intensively Managed Planted Forests in China
The Forests Dialogue (TFD) convened a dialogue with associated site
visits in Southern Guangxi Province, China in April 2006 to discuss
and explore the issue of intensively managed planted forests (IMPFs).
This was the first of a series of dialogues and field visits by this
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Ahmad, Mubariq. Current Trends and Prospects for the Future of Chinese IMPFs.
Colchester, Marcus. Best Practices Standards for Planted Forests: Social Considerations.
Cossalter, Christian. Intensively Managed Forest Plantations in Southern China: Issues and Challenges
Cossalter, Christian. Can South China's Farmers and Communities Make Profit by Planting Eucalypts
Cossalter, Christian. Hardwood Fiber for Pulp in Southern China: Scenarios of Supply - Demand Balance to 2010.
Dong, Ke. Environmental Concerns in Implementation of Chinese IMPF.
Gardiner, Peter. A Business View: On the Road Towards Sustainable 'Best Practice.'
Holmgren, Peter.Planted Forest Code: Framework, Guiding Principles, and Implementation Considerations.
Kanowski, Peter. Intensively Managed Planted Forests: Reflections for Dialogue.
Pan, Wenfeng. Development of Pulp and Paper in Guangxi.
Toumela, Kari. Creating Value: Stora Enso Guangxi.
Toumela, Kari. We Are Customers' First Choice: Stora Enso's Perspectives on Future Plantations in China.
Xie, Yaojian. Forestry in Zhanjiang Prefecture.