The goal of this project was to build the capacity of selected government agencies and civil society organisations to utilise public involvement processes in forest conservation and management decision-making. The project was managed in Russia with very close collaboration with the TBFP team in Canada. CIDA provided financial support to the project, which ran until March 2006.
|The Boreal Forest Website|
|The Natural Resources Defense Council's pages on The Boreal Forest|
|The Atlas of Canada - Boreal forest section|
Building Partnerships for Forest Conservation and Management in Russia
|Building partnerships for forest conservation and management in Russia||PDF Document 5.20MB|
For more information on IUCN's ENA-FLEG work, see publications:
The Beginning of the ENA-FLEG Process in Russia: Civil Society Insights (2005).
This publication is a collection of documents and reports relating to the first stages of the Europe and Northern Asia Forest Law and Enforcement and Governance process (ENA-FLEG).
|The Beginning of the ENA-FLEG Process in Russia: Civil Society Insights (2005)||PDF Document 421KB|
|The Beginning of the ENA-FLEG Process in Russia: Civil Society Insights (2005) - Cover||PDF Document 107KB|
Forest Governance and Illegal Logging: Improving Legislation, and Interagency and Inter-Stakeholder Relations in Russia: A Summary Project Report (2006) Teplyakov, V., Grigoriev, A. and Saint-Laurent, C.
This summary project report provides a description of the main activities and results of a project aimed at identifying and responding to challenges related to the Russian legal framework and patchwork of agencies and actors having a role to play on illegal logging, forest law enforcement and broader forest governance (FLEG). This brochure was disseminated duerin Chatham House meeting on Illegal logging in January 2006.
|Forest governance and illegal logging : improving legislation, and interagency and inter-stakeholder relations in Russia. A summary project report||PDF Document 185KB|
Wellbeing of Forests Sustainability Assessment
The Wellbeing of Forests brings together 26 indicators of human and ecosystem wellbeing using IUCN's pioneering Sustainability Assessment method. The Wellbeing publication is intended to complement Wellbeing Scores software, which allows users to explore different standards and combinations of what comprises sustainable development. The Wellbeing of Forests hopes to encourage debate amongst forest conservationists and critics and provide them with a platform for exploring the new software, Wellbeing Scores.
For more information please download:
To view IUCN's Forest Programme publications, click here.
Boreal forests: policy challenges for the future
|Author(s):||Dudley, Nigel ; Gilmour, Don ; Jeanrenaud, Jean-Paul|
31 Jan 1998 | Downloads - publication