Production, provatisation and preservation in Papua New Guinea forestry : A component of the international collaborative research project steered by IIED: Instruments for sustainable private sector forestry

(2002) Production, provatisation and preservation in Papua New Guinea forestry : A component of the international collaborative research project steered by IIED: Instruments for sustainable private sector forestry London: International Institute for Environment and Development

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Title of report Production, provatisation and preservation in Papua New Guinea forestry : A component of the international collaborative research project steered by IIED: Instruments for sustainable private sector forestry
Parent publication Forestry and Land Use Programme, International Institute for Environment and Development
Editor Colin Hunt
Publication date 2002
ISBN 1 899825 89 4
Publisher International Institute for Environment and Development
Series Instruments for sustainable private sector forestry series
Place of publication London
Total pages 145
Language eng
Subjects 14 Economics
1499 Other Economics
Additional Notes This report The aim of this report is to identify instruments and arrangements to enhance the economic, social and environmental benefits derived from forestry in Papua New Guinea (PNG). The report draws on new research on: Potential reforms of the forest revenue system; The lease, lease-back system in PNG and potential applications in forestry; Small-scale certified forestry (‘eco-forestry’); New opportunities for contracting-out forestry services to the private sector.

Document type: Research Report
Collection: School of Economics Publications
 
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