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Basic principles and operational guidelines


, : Basic principles and operational guidelines. Basic principles and operational guidelines: 61 pp.

The document aims to give an outline of a design for sustainable development of all kinds of forest environments and activities, encompassing all types of forests and applicable by all countries (developed, developing or economies in transition). Part 1 (Basic Principles) describes the National Forestry Programme approach, its goals and main objectives and 12 basic principles.

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