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CTA. 1992. Forestry news. Spore 37. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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In February 1991 the UK Tropical Forestry Forum was officially launched. Its objective is principally to strengthen the coherence and effectiveness of British-based action in support of the sustainable utilization and conservation of tropical...
In February 1991 the UK Tropical Forestry Forum was officially launched. Its objective is principally to strengthen the coherence and effectiveness of British-based action in support of the sustainable utilization and conservation of tropical rainforests. The Forum works closely with other bodies whose concern is with the preservation of rainforests: IUCN the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO), the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED)and the FAO's Tropical Forestry Action Plan, amongst others. The activities and meetings of these major organizations and of the Forum itself are reported in UK Tropical Forum News the first edition of which appeared in August. This covers the launch, mandate, and activities of the Forum as well as providing news from around the world about the rainforests. Ms Jane Thomback, Coordinator UK Tropical Forest Forum c/o The Royal B otanic Gardens Kew, Richmond Surrey TW9 3AB, UK Also published in August was the Tropical Forestry Action Plan Update No 22. It listed in brief the field activities to date in 37 African, 17 Asian and Pacific, and 22 Latin American and Caribbean countries as well as sub-regional exercises, major policy and coordination activities and the TFAP Documentation Centres. TFAP Coordinating Unit Forestry Division, FAO Via delle Terme di Caracalla 00100 Rome, ITALY
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