2 edition of Developing markets for certified forest products found in the catalog.
Developing markets for certified forest products
by Forestry Publications Office, Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory in Corvallis, Or
Written in English
|Statement||by Eric Hansen, John Punches.|
|Series||College of Forestry case study series -- no. 1., College of Forestry case study series -- 1.|
|Contributions||Punches, John., Oregon State University. Forest Research Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
(target and indicator ). Certification programmes track forest products through production and manufacturing to end-consumers via chains of custody, helping inform consumers about sustainable development (target ). Forest certification organizations can be characterized as verification service innovators (target ). Chapter 1: The Context of the Forest Industry and its Markets Developing new products with a design for environment philosophy, minimizing environmental impacts over the entire lifecycle of the product is a more direct way for forest sector companies to play a more significant role in a circular bioeconomy where products are actively re Author: Eric Hansen Heikki Juslin.
Reassessing the fuelwood situation in developing countries 1 M. ARNOLD * and R. PERSSON # * CIFOR Research Associate, 19 Hayward Road, Oxford OX2 8LN, UK # Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Forest Products and Markets, Box , Uppsala, Sweden Email: [email protected] charcoal in developing countries, the. Non-timber forest products (NTFPs), also known as non-wood forest products (NWFPs), minor forest produce, special, minor, alternative and secondary forest products, are useful substances, materials and/or commodities obtained from forests which do not require harvesting (logging) include game animals, fur-bearers, nuts, seeds, berries, mushrooms, oils, sap, foliage, pollarding.
Economic development in World Bank forest projects: In Gabon, a country richly endowed with forest resources, the government considers forests a strategic economic s supported by the World Bank have helped make the award processes for . Standard chapters examine the markets for roundwood, sawn softwood, sawn hardwood, wood-based panels, paper and pulp, certified forest products, value-added forest products and tropical timber. For each sector, production, consumption and trade are considered and relevant developments in the markets and policies are included.
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Market development strategy for the company’s third-party certified products. He and others in the company had been work-ing for over 3 yr to develop markets, yet only about 5% of the products processed from the company’s certified logs were be-ing sold as certified.
As one of the first com-panies in the US to offer certified products. In the early s, the company committed itself to third-party certification of its forests and began marketing certified forest products.
The case examines the company and its efforts in developing markets for certified products, and asks students to formulate their own plan for enhanced market development for the by: 2.
These topics are developed with case studies that demonstrate rigorous empirical analysis in a manner accessible to readers with a background in intermediate microeconomic theory and statistics. The book is intended for forest economists, forest policy analysts, and graduate students studying natural resource : Paperback.
Developing Certified Forests, Forest Products and Markets: An International Conference In China, the second largest wood importer in the world, there is an escalating demand for wood products given the role the country plays as a major manufacturing center of goods used throughout the globe.
Book Description. Forest management auditing is expanding from its traditional focus on forest management, stewardship and Chain of Custody certification to more innovative topics such as ecosystem services, forest carbon credits, Non-Wood Forest Products, wood energy and Fair Trade certification.
Developing markets for certified forest products: a teaching case study of Collins Pine Company with background notes. The Asia Pacific region also confronts external market barriers in the form of import tariffs imposed on products, quotas and other non-tariff barriers, and the emerging trend towards certification and the possible imposition of bans on non-certified products.
The Forest Products Annual Market Review provides a comprehensive analysis of markets in the UNECE region and reports on the main market influences outside the UNECE region. It covers the range of products from the forest to the end-user: fromFile Size: 4MB.
to supporting wood processing, developing markets and establishing a sustainable forest industry in Central Africa. Because of its dynamic nature, the White paper will need regular revision so that relevant information can be kept up to date and any progress taken into Size: 2MB.
The U.S. forest products industry has been facing many struggles during the last two decades. A combination of growing competition from imports, the rise of electronic media, competition from substitute materials, environmental concerns, and the recent economy downturn, have caused thousands of mill closures and more than a million job losses.
contributors and reviewers of the Forest Products Annual Market Review, Global changes in forest-based sectors including forest management, harvesting, processing, distribution and end- use demand continue to be dynamic and significant, even in the.
The unique market characteristics of Japan and Japan’s influence on the certified products trade are discussed. As a major importer of forest products, Japan has a significant influence on the global development of forest by: The book shows how a mutual learning process between established forest certification processes and innovative markets is needed.
It addresses key topics such as High Conservation Value (HCV) approaches, the role of independent certification versus due diligence process, the new development connected to environmental services certification. Marketing of Forest Products in a Changing World Article (PDF Available) in New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 35(2/3) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Private Financing for Sustainable Forest Management and Forest Products in Developing Countries: Trends and drivers. Washington, DC: Program on Forests (PROFOR).
Published in June Printed on recycled paper ISBN Material in this book can be copied and quoted freely provided acknowledgment is Size: 2MB. Forest Products Business Planning Guide: Start-Up and Existing Business Owners Page 7 An example of a strength would be a large company with strong financial resources or a well-developed access to capital, while the example of a weakness would be the smallFile Size: 2MB.
Though the concept of global forest certification was initially developed to target deforestation in the tropics, certification of forests has been concentrated in the temperate and boreal zones in industrialized countries, with 92% of certified forests (measured by hectares) located in the Northern hemisphere, with Canada and the US accounting for 51% of all certified forests in Markets for wood products are not always a guarantee.
Over the past several decades, many parts of the country have seen significant losses of forest products markets, particularly low-grade wood markets, due to a number of factors including global competition and consolidation, decreased demand for products like paper, and housing market shifts.
10 Forestry Market. certified forest products and stumpage fees (see “Pricing and Premiums” section). Generally, it developing economies in the global South, national legislation, trade laws, policy initiatives, and law enforcement, as well as shifting trends in.
Their Positive Impact on Forest Resource Management This Position Statement was adopted at the NASF Annual Meeting, September and will remain in effect until September unless otherwise revised or renewed.
3 Approximately one-third of the United States is. resource. The areas described include: 1) facilitating the more effective flow of information from markets ana customers, 2) evaluating the use ofsustainable timber certification programs, 3) developing increased market access for lesser-used tropical timber species and, 4) developing increased market access of non-traditional forest products.Sales & Market Share (Based on sales) US $5 billion China $ billion Japan $ billion Other $ billion 43% 14% 12% 31% 9% 24% Forestry accounts for 24% of direct manufacturing employment.
One out of every four manufacturing jobs is related to forest products manufacturing. 40% of BC’s regional economies are forest-dependent.Furthermore, forest certification is a market tool and thus driven by market forces, including the demand for certified forest products by consumers.
Certified forests are mainly in the Northern hemisphere. As has been said before the total forest area certified to date is estimated about million ha in June Cited by: