Scoping Dialogue on Intensively Managed Planted Forests
TFD convened twenty-two international leaders of the forest products industry, NGOs, governments, and forest owners for a scoping meeting to discuss the environmental, social, and economic factors critical to the management of intensively managed planted forests (plantations).
America's Timber Investmenst. 31 January 2005.
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UNFF Intersessional Intersessional Experts Meeting 24-30 March 2003.
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Colchester, Marcus. Forest Peoples, Plantations and Intensively Managed Forests.
Asher, George. Lake Taupo Forest Trust perspectives on IMPF.