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Publication Date: 1995
Jean-Paul Jeanrenaud, Nigel Dudley, Francis Sullivan
Analyzes the environmental effects the timber trade is having on forests - boreal, temperate and tropical - and considers the policies necessary to limit the damage. The authors discuss the changing nature of the trade and its effects on people working and living in the forests; the intensification of forest management; and the harmful effects of the pulp and paper manufacturing processes outside the forest. They conclude with a strategy for the timber trade which would help conserve the forests at the same time as being economically viableJean-Paul Jeanrenaud is the author of 'Bad Harvest: The Timber Trade and the Degradation of Global Forests', published 1995 under ISBN 9781853831881 and ISBN 1853831883.
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