Historical background and conceptual framework of the FAO model code of forest harvesting practice
Dykstra, D.P. 1997. Historical background and conceptual framework of the FAO model code of forest harvesting practice . Research on environmentally sound forest practices to sustain tropical forests: proceedings of the FAO/IUFRO Satellite Meeting held in conjunction with the IUFRO XX World Congress., Tampere, Finland 4-5 August 1995. :57-63.
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The FAO Model Code of Forest Harvesting Practice was published in early 1995 by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations as a model which can be used by FAO member countries contemplating the development of their own codes of forest practice. This paper outlines the purposes of the FAO Model Code, reviews the historical events leading to its preparation, and summarises the philosophical foundation upon which it has been constructed.
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