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- Cadman, Timothy; Maraseni, Tek; Ma, Hwan Ok; Lopez-Casero, Federico
- Forest policy and economics 2017 v.79 pp. 8-16
- carbon; climate; climate change; deforestation; developed countries; developing countries; emissions; forest ecosystems; forests; funding; governance; humans; markets; problem solving; Nepal; Papua New Guinea
- ... Forest ecosystems worldwide are increasingly subjected to human intervention, leading commentators to argue that forests should be viewed as anthropogenic ecosystems. REDD+ is an emerging inter-governmental policy instrument aimed at both reducing deforestation and forest degradation and combatting climate change, whereby developed countries pay developing countries to reduce their forest-based em ...
- Potter, Clive; Urquhart, Julie
- Forest policy and economics 2017 v.79 pp. 61-68
- Hymenoscyphus fraxineus; Phytophthora ramorum; anthropogenic activities; dieback; disease outbreaks; forests; humans; landscapes; pests; public policy; risk; stakeholders; trade; transportation; trees; woodlands; United Kingdom
- ... The growing incidence of new tree pest and disease epidemics, many of them with the potential to radically reshape our native woodlands and forests, is closely linked to a significant upsurge in global trade and transportation in recent decades. At the same time, interventions designed to actually manage any pest and disease outbreaks that occur can reshape forest landscapes in a variety of ways. ...