China’s Classification-Based Forest Management: Procedures, Problems, and Prospects

Full Citation: Dai, L., Zhao, F., Shao, G., Zhou, L., and Tang, L., “China’s Classification-Based Forest Management: Procedures, Problems, and Prospects.” 43(6) ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 1162 (2008).

China’s Classification-Based Forest Management: Procedures, Problems, and Prospects

China’s new Classification-Based Forest Management (CFM) is a two-class system, including Commodity Forest (CoF) and Ecological Welfare Forest (EWF) lands, so named according to differences in their distinct functions and services. The purposes of CFM are to improve forestry economic systems, strengthen resource management in a market economy, ease the conflicts between wood demands and

Languages: English

Year: 2008

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