Our Forests, Our Future (Summary Report)
In this report, the World Commission on Forests and Sustainable Development proposes a plan for how the world's forests can be used without being abused, and outlines what it takes in terms of policies and institutions for such a plan to be implemented.
The Commission released its Final Report in Washington, U.S.A. on April 19, 1999. Copies of the Final Report may be ordered from the publisher, Cambridge University Press at these web sites:
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North America (Hardback and Paperback). Select the link to order form at the top of the page after noting the ISBN of the version that you would like to order.
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