0000312102 00000 n 0000272943 00000 n Despite all of these priceless ecological, economic, social and health benefits, we are destroying the very forests we need to live and breathe. 0000301745 00000 n 12. 0000318724 00000 n The social benefits include access to forest products that households rely on for their subsistence, such as firewood, fodder for livestock and timber for housing. 0000301901 00000 n 0000282459 00000 n Many social forestry initiatives had missed their targets during implementation and people were still facing difficulties in … The Environmental Benefits of Forest Plantations . 0000277653 00000 n 0000143957 00000 n 0000311328 00000 n )j�IG�f�#V�>9[��Y�j�w�����z�D �j��1X]����cѢ�K��`���bP9\[�,@�g'�t2UM���&�S�x������C@Rr��|�)1IM�Z�.�T�g0x�f�Gv��p�xIaκ�ª�l���9"Y!�K����˅��iz��5� �qqA�s��߂.h{�~p!`6y���h���n`.���Fv��M���%*@��6�*�A[����:��'��A�b`�V��GrE�n�J�D12;��!�� �"p;%��}�]�qw� ����b�E?0H��d����@UNT�(�^� �yttEopC�q�K�?��/�&�̓ͼ�){R�d�UX]о�� �� Forest-base… 0000324781 00000 n Of particular concern are those distant, remote forests ... affects our use and social constructions of forests… 0000007176 00000 n 0000327656 00000 n In 2005, the province began formally issuing community forest licences and probationary licenses were … 0000274521 00000 n 2 February 2003 . 0000288021 00000 n 0000007874 00000 n It will be seeking management approaches that balance social, economic and environmental objectives so that present users can reap the benefits of forest resources, while conserving them to meet the needs of future generations. %PDF-1.4 %���� 0000305095 00000 n 0000332458 00000 n The community forest program was launched by the BC Ministry of Forests in 1998. 0000010016 00000 n 0000148482 00000 n 0000292350 00000 n 0000328099 00000 n The services forests provide are essentially to every aspect of our quality of life. 0000348479 00000 n 0000320172 00000 n 0000328538 00000 n 0000271106 00000 n Forests also comprise non-living components such as lakes, ponds, soil, rocks, etc. 0000288541 00000 n 0000296790 00000 n 0000311250 00000 n 0000339526 00000 n 0000320750 00000 n Thus the benefits of forests reach millions of people all over the world. 0000285999 00000 n 0000143479 00000 n 0000322090 00000 n 0000290152 00000 n Forests contribute to the livelihoods of some 1.6 billion people worldwide, including 60 million indigenous people who are fully dependent upon them. forests. 0000322535 00000 n Forests are a wonderful playground and quiet outdoor retreat. 0000343993 00000 n 0000297729 00000 n The bottom-line is humans derive not a single-user value from community trees and forests, but a multi-product / multi-value benefit. 0000312180 00000 n 0000297286 00000 n 0000154892 00000 n Clark S. 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It can also supply wood for home construction, farm building, fencing, fuel, and fiber; food supplements; windbreak protection; and shade and fodder for livestock (Fig. 0000314558 00000 n 0000314636 00000 n 0000345709 00000 n 0000342569 00000 n The bottom-line is humans derive not a single-user value from community trees and forests, but a multi-product / multi-value benefit. 0000336727 00000 n 0000282615 00000 n 0000343510 00000 n 0000285120 00000 n 0000282537 00000 n 215 0 obj <> endobj 0000322958 00000 n Environmental, economic and social impacts from wildfires in the United States have been steadily increasing over the past decade, culminating with several large and costly fires in 2000, 2001 and 2002. 0000308202 00000 n 0000290493 00000 n 0000302758 00000 n 0000328981 00000 n 0000302318 00000 n 0000326369 00000 n 0000313420 00000 n 0000142627 00000 n Social forestry can provide income for farmers and Forests provide environmental, social and economic benefits to all Oregonians, now and into the future. 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