Perspectives on forest certification: a survey examining differences among the US forest sectors' views of their forest certification alternatives.

@inproceedings{Auld2003PerspectivesOF,
  title={Perspectives on forest certification: a survey examining differences among the US forest sectors' views of their forest certification alternatives.},
  author={Graeme Auld and Benjamin William Cashore and Deanna Newsom and Lara Teeter and Danhui Zhang},
  year={2003}
}
In the last 5 years the world’s forest policy climate has been jolted by a startling new development: the emergence of an array of private nongovernmental forest certification programmes designed to recognize companies that practice sustainable forest management (SFM). Social and biological scientists have been quick to address this new development, from describing the different types of programmes in the US and globally (Hansen and Juslin, 1999; Rickenbach et al., 2000), to exploring the… CONTINUE READING

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