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Forests for Food Security and Livelihood Sustainability: Policy Problems and Opportunities for Small Farmers in Nepal In Nepal, many rural households need access to public forest resources to complement private resources for food and livestock production. However, current forest policies are largely directed at Environmental protection. The first part of this study ...
FAO, (2011)
Understanding Forest Degradation in Nepal In Nepal, forest degradation has had adverse, and overlapping, ecological, environmental and social implications. Ecological outcome have include a reduction in canopy cover,a decline in forest quality,structure and composition,a decrease in produc...
FAO, (2011)
Case Studies on Measuring and Assessing Forest Degradation - Forest Resources Assessment Working Paper 163 Forests provide a wide range of provisioning, regulating, cultural and supporting services for human well being collectively known as ecosystem services. The sustainability of forest ecosystems depends on sustained management, efficient utilization a...
FAO, (2009)
Regional Workshop on Pro-poor Leasehold Forestry The earth is covered by 3.8 billion hectare of forests, which is about 30% of the global land area (FAO, 2012). Ten countries with the biggest forest area (Russia, Brazil, Canada, USA, China, Congo, Australia, Indonesia, Sudan and India) occupy 67% o...
GoN, IFAD, FAO, (2014)
State of Forest Genetic Resources Conservation and Management in Nepal Conservation is the management of genetic resources so that they can provide the greatest sustainable yield to benefit the present generations while preserving their potential to meet the needs and aspirations of future generations (IUCN 1980). More ...
GoN, FAO, (2003)
Asia-Pacific Forestry Sector Outlook Study Working Paper Series - Country report - Nepal Nepal is a small, landlocked country situated between China and India, at 80° 04' E to 88° 12'E longitude and 26° 22' N to 30° 27' N latitudes. It has a total area of about 14.7 million hectares and a rectangular shape extending from east to west. Ru...
FAO, HMGN, (1997)
Brief on National Forest Inventory (NFI) The NFI – Brief for a country attempts to provide a bird’s eye view of the National Forest inventories (NFI). However, some countries conduct forest inventories at sub-national and or field management unit level. Therefore, this brief presents brief ...
FAO, (2007)