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040 _aISI Library
_bEnglish
041 _aEnglish
084 0 4 _a100/SD:634.9560947054
_bUn58
088 _aECE/TIM/DP/72
110 2 _aUnited Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
245 1 _aForest Landscape Restoration in the Caucasus and Central Asia
260 _aGeneva:
_bUnited Nations,
_c2019
300 _a64p. : figures, graphs, tables
490 0 _aGeneva Timber and Forest Discussion Paper 72
500 _aThis study, focusing primarily on the period from the collapse of the Soviet Union until the present day, identifies the key drivers of forest degradation and the potential for forest landscape restoration in the Caucasus and Central Asia. The study was undertaken to support the preparation of restoration pledges in the eight countries of the Caucasus and Central Asia in the run up to the Ministerial Roundtable on Forest Landscape Restoration and the Bonn Challenge in the Caucasus and Central Asia that took place in June 2018 in Astana, Kazakhstan. At this Roundtable Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan committed to restore over 2.5 million ha of forest landscapes by 2030.
650 4 _aForestry
650 0 4 _alandscape restoration
650 0 4 _aEcosystems
650 0 4 _aBiological productivity
650 0 4 _aEconomic productivity
650 0 4 _aBiodiversity
650 0 4 _aNatural resources
650 0 4 _zCaucasus
650 0 4 _zCentral Asia
700 _aDr. Niels Thevs
710 _aFood and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
856 _uhttp://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/timber/publications/DP-72-flr-cca-en.pdf
942 _cRP