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Our work with civil society groups in forest-rich countries to engage with policy makers and advocate for capable, responsive and accountable forest sector governance - including through Independent Forest Monitoring.

  • Campaign | July 27, 2015

    Forest transparency

    Our work with civil society groups in forest-rich countries to engage with policy makers and advocate for capable, responsive and accountable forest sector governance - including through Independent Forest Monitoring
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  • Briefing Document | May 03, 2005

    IFM in Honduras

    Over half of Honduras, the third poorest country in Latin America, is covered by forests. The country relies heavily on external aid and suffers from a drastically unequal distribution of income.
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  • Archive | May 31, 2006

    Scoping Study: IFM in Ghana

    There is a growing consensus that tropical timber production in Ghana has peaked. As the resource reduces, the state comes under greater pressure from the international community, and its own citizens, to be more efficient and effective in both earning and spending state revenues. A cat-and-mouse game takes place between those who persist in short-term behaviour, rushing for the last few trees of value, and those support a more ‘soft-landing’ approach.
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