Durst, P., C. Brown, H. Tacio and M. Ishikawa (eds.)
The publication highlights a diversity of management approaches that have proven particularly innovative and successful in meeting challenges. Thus, it reaches out to foresters, policy- makers, planners and anyone interested in the future of forestry in Asia and the Pacific. This publication also marks a significant step forward in FAO’s and RECOFTC’s efforts to bring its forestry literature closer to general readers who are less familiar with the technical aspects of forest management, but no less concerned about the fate of the region’s forests, natural resources and rural people.
Food and Agriculture Organization