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ITTO guidelines on the conservation of biological diversity in tropical production forests

International Tropical Timber Organization.

ITTO guidelines on the conservation of biological diversity in tropical production forests

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Published by ITTO in Yokohama, Japan .
Written in

    Places:
  • Tropics,
  • Tropics.
    • Subjects:
    • International Tropical Timber Organization.,
    • Tree farms -- Tropics -- Management.,
    • Sustainable forestry -- Tropics.,
    • Forest policy -- Tropics.,
    • Biological diversity conservation -- Tropics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementa supplement to ITTO guidelines for the sustainable management of natural tropical forests.
      SeriesITTO policy development series ;, no. 5
      ContributionsInternational Tropical Timber Organization.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD247 .I58 1993 SUPPL.
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 18 p. ;
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL923582M
      LC Control Number95222017

      This new edition of Conservation and Management of Tropical Rainforests applies the large body of knowledge, experience and tradition available to those who study tropical rainforests. Revised and updated in light of developments in science, technology, economics, politics, etc. and their effects on tropical forests, it describes the principles of integrated conservation and .


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ITTO guidelines on the conservation of biological diversity in tropical production forests by International Tropical Timber Organization. Download PDF EPUB FB2

ITTO/IUCN guidelines for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in tropical timber production forests This publication, a complete revision and updating of ITTO's original Biodiversity Guidelines published insets out the specific actions that policymakers, forest managers and other stakeholders should take to improve biodiversity conservation in tropical production forests.

ITTO Guidelines for the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests (in prep.) in cooperation with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, IUCN; Manuals to facilitate application in by: The International Tropical Timber Council first adopted Guidelines on the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests inat a time of intense international debate on tropical forest conservation and use.

Much has happened since – in international policy and dialogue, in public awareness, and in the forest. published ITTO Guidelines on Sustainable Management of Natural Tropical Forests, the Establishment and Sustainable Management of Planted Tropical Forests, and the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests.

These fire management guidelines are designed to provide a base for policy makers and. The ITTO Guidelines for the Restoration, Management and Rehabilitation of Degraded and Secondary Tropical Forests () provides the policy elements to recover the biodiversity conservation capacity of degraded forests in the tropics.

These ITTO guidelines are complementary to, and entirely support the CBD forest programme of work, providing the. of the ITTO Guidelines on the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests is therefore to optimize the contribution of these forests to the conservation of biological diversity that is consistent with their primary objective, namely the sustainable production of timber and other products.

The ITTO/IUCN Guidelines for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity in Tropical Timber Production Forests () reflect the clear importance in promoting biodiversity conservation outside protected areas, through the long-term sustainable use of forest resources for the sustainable livelihoods of local communities.

Also, the. ITTO Policy Work –cont. Guidelines on the Conservation of Biodiversity in Tropical Production Forests () –Revision ITTO Field Work / Project • ITTO has provided grants worth almost US$ million • More than projects funded in tropical countries • About projects currently under way • Employ more than local.

tropical forests ITTO guidelines for the restoration, management and rehabilitation of degraded and secondary tropical forests use and conservation of tropical forests.

It has 57 member governments, which collectively represent about 80% of the ITTO International Tropical Timber Organization IUCN The World Conservation UnionFile Size: 1MB. The work program also includes almost US$, to field-test a draft set of revised ITTO Guidelines on the ITTO guidelines on the conservation of biological diversity in tropical production forests book of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests.

The Council decided to extend the Yokohama Action Plan to the end of to bring it into line with the biennial work program. Guidelines for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity in Tropical Timber Production Forest 2 Glossary Adaptive management: Process by which research and learning is incorporated into management action.

Specifically it is the integration of design, management and monitoring to systematically test assumptions in order to adapt and learn. This policy document was updated and published in as the ITTO/IUCN Guidelines for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity in Tropical Timber Production Forests.

The guidelines set out the reasons for making biodiversity conservation a goal of national forest policy and show ways of establishing permanent forest estates that integrate conservation areas with natural and planted production forests.

The ITTO/IUCN Guidelines for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity in Tropical Timber Production Forests () reflect the clear importance in promoting biodiversity conservation outside protected areas, through the long-term sustainable use of forest resources for the sustainable livelihoods of local communities.

The International Tropical Timber Council first adopted Guidelines on the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests inat a time of intense international debate on tropical forest conservation and use.

Much has happened since – in international policy and dialogue, in public awareness, and in the forest.

between the member countries of ITTO, conservation NGOS and the trade in tropical timber which had provided valuable inputs in its formulation. Guidelines for "best practice" in relation to the sustainable management of natural forests were first requested by the ITTO Council at its fourth session in May The Overseas.

International Tropical Timber Organisation (ITTO) attempt to determine whether the member countries of the ITTO have a legal and administrative basis for managing their production forests in ways which will allow these forests to contribute to biological diversity conservation. It also attempts to assess the extent to which such management.

This publication sets out the specific actions that policymakers, forest managers and other stakeholders should take to improve biodiversity conservation in tropical production forests. In this way, it aims to help in the conservation of arguably the.

of production forests could be improved so as to favor the conservation of the biological diversity of these forests. These guidelines were subsequently sent for review to several international specialists in forest management and conservation. They constitute the main outcome of this project and are reproduced here in chapter Size: 3MB.

Tools and Guidelines from other CBD Partners. IUCN/ITTO Guidelines for Biodiversity in Tropical Production Forests. FAO Voluntary Guidelines for Forest Plantations. Global Ecological Forest Classification and Forest Protected Area Gap Analysis, 2nd revised edition.

Global Analysis of the Protection Status of the World's Forests, Biological. Tropical forests cover a small fraction of the Earth but are estimated to harbour more than half its terrestrial plant and animal species. ITTO develops policies and funds projects to conserve this rich biodiversity while also improving the well-being of forest-dependent people.

Forests earmarked for production are able to fulfil a number of other important forest functions, such as environmental protection and the conservation of biological diversity.

These multiple roles of forest should be safeguarded by the application of sound management practices that maintain the potential of the forest resource to yield the. ITTO Policy Development Series No 3.  ITTO (). ITTO Guidelines for the Establishment and Sustainable Management of Planted Tropical Forests.

ITTO Policy Development Series No 4.  ITTO (). ITTO Guidelines for the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests.

The objective of these guidelines is to help foresters and forest planners improve the contribution of tropical production forests to global efforts to conserve biodiversity. They are intended to update and replace the ITTO Guidelines for the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests.

Sustaining the potential Applying the ITTO IUCN Guidelines for the Conservation of Biodiversity in Tropical Production Forests.

Greening REDD+ Tools and measures for ensuring REDD+ provides biodiversity benefits. The relevance of resilience A forest manager’s primer on linkages between biodiversity and forest resilience. ITTO has produced a wide range of reports and publications, including the following guidelines: (i) Guidelines for the Establishment and Sustainable Management of Planted Tropical Production Forests, (ii) Guidelines for the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests, See ITTO's Web site for a full list of.

The International Timber Trade Organization (ITTO) has published guidelines for sustainable forest management of natural tropical forests, for the conservation of biological diversity in tropical production forests, and criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management of natural tropical forests (ITTO,).

International Tropical Timber Organization. ITTO guidelines on the conservation of biological diversity in tropical production forests. International Tropical Timber Organization. Criteria and indicators for sustainable management of natural tropical forests. International Tropical Timber Organization.

The first, for the management of natural tropical forests and thus applying to the greater part of the resources, dates from It was followed by guidelines for tropical forest plantations and for the conservation of biodiversity in tropical production forests.

[Extract] ITTO has an important role in negotiating 'normative' guidelines that establish best practice in different domains of forestry. Ina set of Guidelines for the Conservation of Biodiversity in Tropical Production Forests was published.

These were informally reviewed by ITTO and its partner the International Union for Conservation of Nature – IUCN – in and Author: Jeff Sayer, Agni Boedhihartono. ITTO has 55 members, representing over 75% of the world's tropical forests and almost 90% of world trade in tropical timber products.

The "ITTO Objective " This is a strategy adopted in by which its members would progress towards achieving trade in tropical timber from sustainably managed forests by the year Based on this, ITTO published criteria for monitoring sustainability in tropical moist forests in early These were supplemented in by guidelines for the establishment and sustainable management of planted tropical forests, and guidelines on the conservation of biological diversity in tropical production forests.

ITTO Tropical Forest Update 18/2, ITTO’s first set of biodiversity guidelines was published inbut much has changed since then. The Convention on Biological Diversity has had a considerable influence on both international and national policy making. At the same time, the science of conservation biology has matured.

ITTO () ITTO Guidelines on the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests. Supplement to ITTO Guidelines for the sustainable management of Natural Tropical Forests. Yokohama: ITTO: 18 by: the International Tropical Timber Organization's (ITTO's) multifaceted “Year Objective,” which promotes conservation and sustainable management of tropical forests.

This objective calls for all internationally traded tropical timber to be sourced from sustainably managed forests by the year Tropical forests are of enormous importance for the conservation of the world’s species. They contain more species than other biomes and a high proportion of these species are threatened.

The goal of these Guidelines is to help foresters respond to the gravity of this situation. Production Forests, Guidelines for the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests and Guidelines on Fire Management in Tropical Forests. The development of these additional norms, as well as the parallel development of a number of The proposed audit guidelines are based on ITTO’s C&I, adding.

involved in studying issues linked to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). ITTO has promoted biodiversity conservation of tropical forests in both its policy development and field work. Infor example, ITTO published its Guidelines for the Conservation of Biodiversity in Tropical Production Forests, later revised in Sustainably managing tropical production forests: The International Tropical Timber Organization’s (ITTO) new biodiversity guidelines show how it can be done.

the bushmeat crisis, published by the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). CIFOR scientists contributed to the research and writing of the report. Revised ITTO criteria and indicators for the sustainable management of tropical forests including reporting format ITTO Policy Development Series No 15 The International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) is an intergovernmental organization promoting the conservation and sustainable management, use and trade of tropical forest resources.

JOHN SPEARS. Forestry Adviser, World Bank, Washington, D.C. A range of agriculture, forestry, fiscal, and other policy initiatives will be needed if the Asian Region is to preserve a significant proportion of its remaining million hectares of biologically diverse tropical forests and to sustain a timber industry beyond the year Cited by: 5.

Conserving biological diversity in managed tropical forests. conservation issues in forest management / Jeffrey A. Sayer and Per Wegge --Proposed guidelines for conserving biological diversity in production forests --ITTO and the \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:name\/a> \" Conserving biological diversity in managed tropical forests.In order to maintain the high levels of biodiversity and the ecological functions of tropical forest landscapes in South East Asia, production forests need to be managed in a .• ITTO Guidelines on Fire Management in Tropical Forests; • ITTO Guidelines for the Conservation of Biological Diversity in Tropical Production Forests; • ITTO Guidelines for the Restoration, Management and Rehabilitation of Degraded and Secondary Tropical Forests; • ITTO Mangrove Workplan ; and • ITTO/FAO Best Practices for.