Evaluating planning for integrity-based forest management (INFORM)

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Morgan, E. A.
Osborne, N.
Mackey, B.
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2022
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Primary and other natural forest loss and degradation continue to increase, especially in the tropics,1–3 despite increasing recognition of the importance and significant value of the carbon and multiple other benefits provided by forests, and especially primary forests.4,5 Effective protection and management of forests at a landscape level are key activities within global efforts to address the climate emergency and the biodiversity crisis.

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Science Informing Policy Briefing Note 2/22
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Forestry management and environment
Forest ecosystems
climate change
forest management
ecosystem integrity
effective planning
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