This textbook Law Enforcement and Governance in Forest Use, Protection and Renewal was prepared by the World Bank consultants with advisory inputs from faculty members of top higher education providers, practitioners and employers in the forestry sector.
New Educational Guide for School Teachers “Forest and Forestry” provides content and instructions for school lessons in forests
Education has been one of key priorities of FLEG in Russia. The development of sustainable forest management is impossible without strengthening human potential.
Just before the completion of FLEG II, forestry experts gathered for one of the final meetings, on the initiative of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.
On October 24, FLEG II held a roundtable “Improving Forest Law Enforcement and Governance” during the 8th International Forum “Forest and Man”
On September 22, Khabarovsk hosted the meeting of the workgroup “For fair and efficient economy” organized by the local branch of the public movement “People’s Front for Russia” and the local branch of the Russian organization of small and medium business “Support of Russia”.
Participants of a round table organized by FLEG II in Krasnoyarsk suggested a number of comprehensive measures to improve the Russian forestry sector.
On request from the Komsomolsk-on-Amur Forest Industry Technical School, the FLEG II Program held a training seminar for its teaching staff.
FLEG II suggested a new strategy to combat forest fires: a switch from fighting every fire to a more selective wildfire management based on the environmental and economic assessment of the consequences.
The barriers revealed by FLEG can hinder socio-economic development of the country.