Resources

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News releases
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20 December 2004

Yokohama, Japan

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18 February 2004

Yokohama, Japan

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9 November 2002

Yokohama, Japan

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30 October 2000

Yokohama, Japan

Policy papers & guidelines
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April 1997

These guidelines provide a basis on which policy-makers and managers at various levels can develop programs and projects to address specific national, socioeconomic and natural problems related to fire in natural and planted tropical forests.

Reports
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2006

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the forest management situation in all 33 of ITTO's producer member countries. Using information submitted by the countries themselves and supplemented by data from a wide range of other sources, it addresses the policy and institutional settings in each country, the approaches taken to the allocation and management of resources, and the status of management of those resources.

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March 2006

El Niño events bring extreme rainfall to semi-arid northwestern Peru resulting in high loadings of tinder-dry fuels in the years following an event. Forest fires have burned large areas after recent El Niño events, yet the capacity to manage the fires is limited. This report reviews what is known about the effects of fires in the lowland dry forests of the Piura region and introduces a strategy for developing effective fire management.

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January 2004

According to this report, a law that removed responsibility for forest fire from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources has reduced the effectiveness of fire management in the Philippines. A five-year plan to restore forest fire management capacity is recommended.

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April 2002

Ex-post evaluation of ITTO projects PD 17/87 (F), PD 84/90 (F) and PD 12/93 Rev.3 (F)

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March 1999

This report summarizes the outcomes of the International Cross Sectoral Forum on Forest Fire Management in South East Asia, which was hosted by the Government of Indonesia and sponsored by ITTO and the Japan International Cooperation Agency.

TFU Articles
Meetings

2007 No 2

Meetings

2007 No 1

ITTO's recently funded projects

2005 No 4

Meetings

2005 No 4

Addressing fire management in the Philippines

2004 No 2

Brochures
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