ForestFinest editor Christine summer garner asks Dr. Lutz Fahser, the prominent experts in forest and sustainability, how good are the German forest and its management for biodiversity, native animals and plants. A report by the wild Tajikistan”, in a reforestation project in the relatively unknown country reported, rounds off the contributions to the international forestry. The forest magazine introduces also forest fund in its current issue and shows how forest investments can be useful and profitable for climate and environmental protection. “The new section LandPartien” refers to issues around land grabs and evictions. Because more and more people are distributed worldwide from their land.
And there are not only major international commodity groups, depriving people in poor regions of their livelihoods. mation. Under the guise of the green”investments as for example in reforestation such evictions take place more often, because Wood and palm oil production and trading with CO2 pollution certificates promise increasing profit. Also the economies of the Commons, the sharing of resources, which currently causes a stir, picks up on the wood magazine and presents it as an alternative to current environmentally destructive systems. Cooperation partners and actions will be presented also by ForestFinance, such as a GIC training program on sustainable forest management in Viet Nam, new cocoa forests in Peru and the environmentalist Jane Goodall. The ForestFinest forest magazine appears twice a year and can free of charge under Magazin.559.0.html? downloaded or ordered free of charge at.
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