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Fast-wood forestry

myths and realities

by C. Cossalter

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Published by Center for International Forestry Research in Jakarta, Indonesia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fast growing trees.,
  • Forests and forestry.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 47-50).

    StatementChristian Cossalter and Charlie Pye-Smith.
    SeriesForest perspectives
    ContributionsPye-Smith, Charlie, 1951-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 50 p. :
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16102177M
    ISBN 109793361093

      Steve Nix is a natural resources consultant and a former forest resources analyst for the state of Alabama. He is a member of the Society of American Foresters. our editorial process. Steve Nix. Updated Janu Firewood performance can differ from species to species. The type of tree you use for burning can vary widely in heat content.   One of the sources cited in their report is a report, “Fast- Wood Forestry: Myths and Realities”, published by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR). This report notes that while it is often claimed that industrial tree plantations take pressure of natural forests, “This claim is highly tendentious.”.

    Cossalter C, Pye-Smith C () Fast-wood forestry-myths and realities. CIFOR-Center for International Forestry Research, Bogor, 60 p World agriculture: towards /an FAO perspective. Commercial afforestation of agricultural land is often associated with social conflict over the perceived environmental, economic and social impacts of the plantations being established. One of the most common solutions suggested to this conflict is a shift from large-scale afforestation by companies and government agencies to small-scale afforestation by individual landholders.

    Author: Alicia Lissidini Publisher: C2d ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: Get Books. Forest Policy Experts listserv, specifically targets this audience. Duncan Poore’s book ‘No Timber without Trees’ and Repetto and Gillis’ work, are also frequently mentioned. Respondents included some CIFOR pulp paper and corporate due diligence and Cossalter on ‘Fast Wood’ forestry.


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Fast-wood forestry by C. Cossalter Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the arguments for and against fast-wood platations. It separates fact from fiction, science from speculation, truth from misinformation. Environmentalists have frequently exaggerated the malign impact of fast-wood plantations.

At the same time plantation companies have underestimated the damage that fast-wood forestry has done, both to the Cited by: The world's natural forests cannot sustainably meet the soaring global demand for timber products under current forest management practices.

One solution put forward is to establish more timber plantations to produce so-called 'fast wood'. There are now approximately 10 million hectares of fast-wood plantations worldwide. Each year around one million hectares of land is converted to fast-wood.

This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the arguments for and against fast-wood platations. It separates fact from fiction, science from speculation, truth from misinformation. Environmentalists have frequently exaggerated the malign impact of fast-wood plantations.

At the same time plantation companies have underestimated the damage that fast-wood forestry has done, both to the Cited by: 3. OCLC Number: Notes: Title from content provider. Description: 1 online resource: Other Titles: Fast-Wood Forestry (Online) Responsibility: Christian.

This Fast-wood forestry book explores in detail the impact of the industry on biodiversity, soil and water resources. It analyses the claims made by plantation companies that fast-wood forestry brings valuable social benefits jobs, infrastructure and wealth--to rural by: Fast-Wood Forestry Myths and Realities.

This book brings together a selection of original research articles that address biodiversity and conservation in plantation forests. Although such. The book's message is that fast-wood forestry, when poorly planned and executed, can create great problems; but that when well planned and managed, it can deliver not just large quantities of wood, but also a range of social and environmental benefits.

Wherever implemented, it requires a holistic approach addressing site-specific issues. Fast-Wood Forestry—Myths and Realities provides a comprehensive analysis of the arguments for and against fast-wood plantations.

It separates fact from fiction, science from speculation, truth from misinformation. Environmentalists have frequently exaggerated the malign impact of fast-wood plantations. At the same time plantation companies have.

fast-wood plantations, as well as their virtues. We are extremely grateful to the large number of people who played a part in the production of the Japanese version of Fast-Wood Forestry. We are particularly gratified that the students who decided to translate this book - Seiko Arai, Junpei Toriyama, Shinji Hara.

This book explores how forest restoration might be carried out to increase landscape heterogeneity, improve ecological functioning and restore ecosystem services in such landscapes. It focuses on large, landscape-scale reforestation because that is the scale at which restoration is needed if many of the problems that have now developed are to.

2. Cossalter C., Pye-Smith -wood Forestry: Myths and Realities. Center for International Forestry Research, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Kojima M, Yamamoto H, Yoshida M, Ojio Y, Okumura K. Maturation property of fast-growing hardwood plantation species: A view of fiber length. J Forest Ecology and Management; 15– 4. Fast-wood forestry: myths and realities.

[C Cossalter; Charlie Pye-Smith] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Cossalter; Charlie Pye-Smith. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:   Books; Photos.

Pics of the Day from looking around is that the explicit policy focus on timber productivity and carbon sequestration fast-tracks ‘fast-wood’ forestry, often of exotic. This book outlines the market-based tools that are required by professionals to ensure corporate social responsibility in the forestry sector.

It provides a detailed explanation of standards. Fast-Wood Forestry. Myths and Realities Published by Center for International Forestry Research. A total of published works have appeared in books and over sixty journals, with individuals. Reprinted with permission from the Feb/March 98 issue of Independent Sawmill & Woodlot Magazine.

Today, NHLA grading rules are not only the dominant grading system for hardwood lumber in the United States, but also form the basis for much of the international trade in hardwoods.

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This book explores in detail the impact of the industry on biodiversity, soil and water resources. It analyses the claims made by plantation companies that fast-wood forestry brings valuable social benefits jobs, infrastructure and wealth--to rural communities.

According to the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), approximately million acres of fast-wood plantations—or commercially planted forests— exist worldwide. Each year around million acres of land is converted to fast-wood forests.

Fast-wood forestry: myths and realities. Center for International Forestry Research. The book is the outcome of a series of research experiments of both in the Bangladesh Forest Research.Over the past two decades, political developments as well as macro-economic and extra-sectoral policies have affected the forests of Asia and the Pacific to an unprecedented extent, resulting in deforestation and forest degradation.

Responding to the diminishing capacity of the region's natural forests to produce timber, many countries have turned to forest plantations.

The Forest Resource Assessment (FRA) provides the current standard world land and forest area ().The total world's forest cover amounts to nearly billion hectares (ha) or nearly 30% of the world's land area ().South America and the Russian Federation have the largest total forest cover in the world, at and million ha, respectively.