Resources

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News releases
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29 May 2008

Yokohama

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8 November 2005

Yokohama, Japan

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20 December 2004

Yokohama, Japan

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8 November 2003

Yokohama, Japan

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18 May 2002

Denpasar, Indonesia

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13 May 2002

Denpasar, Indonesia

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9 May 2002

Denpasar, Indonesia

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13 February 2001

Yokohama, Japan

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5 February 2001

Yokohama, Japan

Policy papers & guidelines
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November 2002

This publication, developed by a team of experts from ITTO and organizations such as CIFOR, FAO, IUCN, WWF International and national agencies, is part of a substantial effort by ITTO and its partners to deal with degraded forest and forest land.

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January 1993

These guidelines comprise general principles and recommended actions applicable to the deliberate planting of trees in tropical environments, particularly in large-scale plantation forests designed for industrial wood production.

Reports
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2001

This volume represents the proceedings of the International Conference on Ex situ and In situ Conservation of Commercial Tropical Trees held 11-13 June 2001 on the campus of Gadjah Mada University (GMU) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The conference was planned and organized as an activity of ITTO Project PD 16/96 Rev.4 (F).

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4 December 2008

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14 November 2008

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13 April 2007

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2006

The CDM project cycle is very demanding on project developers, involving project design and development, validation, registration, monitoring, verification and certification. This publication describes the conceptual and procedural details for formulating afforestation and reforestation projects under the CDM with an introduction to the Kyoto Protocol and the CDM.

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23 Octobre 2006

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23 October 2006

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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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November 2005

This publication presents the latest thinking on the emerging concept of forest landscape restoration. A joint production of ITTO and IUCN, it is the result of close collaboration between a number of institutions.

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October 2004

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April 2002

Ex-post evaluation of ITTO project PD 27/94 Rev.2 (F)

TFU Articles
Promoting SFM in Africa

2008 No 1

Advances in teak cloning

2007 No 3

Forest rehabilitation and management in eastern Brazil

2007 No 2

Topical and tropical

2007 No 2

Courses

2007 No 2

Meetings

2007 No 2

The allure of plantations

2007 No 1

Recent editions

2007 No 1

Topical and tropical

2007 No 1

Meetings

2007 No 1

On the conference circuit

2006 No 4

Recent editions and courses

2006 No 4

On the conference circuit

2006 No 2

Recent editions

2006 No 2

Is teak improving?

2005 No 4

Recent editions

2005 No 4

Restoring forest landscapes

2005 No 2

Balancing restoration and development

2005 No 2

Adapting to change

2005 No 2

Who's interests does it serve?

2005 No 2

On the conference circuit

2005 No 2

Meetings

2005 No 2

On the conference circuit

2005 No 1

Meetings

2005 No 1

Fellowship report

2004 No 4

Recent editions

2004 No 4

Making secondary forests a priority

2004 No 3

Noticeboard

2004 No 3

Teak growers unite!

2004 No 1

Making the grade

How communities can cash in on teak

2004 No 1

Teak as social engineer

2004 No 1

Kerala conference calls for action on teak

2004 No 1

Teak and forest management in Myanmar

2004 No 1

Status of forest management in Myanmar

2004 No 1

Small change from climate-change negotiations?

2004 No 1

Council’s latest grants

2004 No 1

Tropical and topical

2004 No 1

Noticeboard

2004 No 1

When damage is done

2002 No 4

Reforestation and the gender agenda

2002 No 4

Restoring forest landscapes

2002 No 4

Getting organised

2002 No 4

Making secondary forests visible

2002 No 4

Forestry in development

2002 No 2

How to be successful in plantation development

2001 No 3

Plague, pestilence and plantations

2003 No 3

Genetic conservation and plantations

2001 No 3

Rest assured with quality assurance

2001 No 3

In pursuit of precision

2001 No 3

The Aussies in Brazil

2001 No 3

Native species in plantation: Cordia alliodora

2001 No 3

Planting ideas

2001 No 3

Point of view

2001 No 3