Readings of the workshop on goverment policy reform for forestry conservation and development in Latin American
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The Workshop's objectives were to: i) analyze the main shortcomings of goverment in the region; ii) study the causes of these shortcomings, iii) evaluate the normative measures and reforms governments can adopt to improve the situation; iv) discuss how measures can be effectively put into practice; v) recommend priority actions to be carried out by the international community, and vi) examine how external cooperation agencies can contribute to the creation of a more propitious environment for the sustainable development of human and forestry resources. The present text contains selected documents presented at the Workshop. Opinions expressed in the documents are those Of the invited authors and they do not represent those of their organizations.
Representación Estados Unidos
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