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Japanese attitudes towards forests according to comparative opinion surveys



Japanese attitudes towards forests according to comparative opinion surveys



Environmental forest science Proceedings of the IUFRO Division 8 Conference, Kyoto University, Japan, 19-23 October 1998: 165-171



The aim of this study was to discover what the residents of various countries think and feel about their forests. Large-scale opinion surveys had been conducted throughout the world since 1979 up to 1996 in various Japanese cities, four German cities, one French city, three Brazilian cities, and in three Peruvian cities. The results of the opinion surveys are analysed, and attitudes towards forests and nature are summarized.

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