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Feb 25, 2006 · Document

Karen Carney's bio and contact info

Contact information: USAID/EGAT/NRM Forest Team, Room 3.08. 1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW. Washington, DC. 20523. Phone 1-202-712-1407. Email: kcarney@usaid.gov

Feb 25, 2006 · Document

Glossary for Natural Resource Management

 

Feb 25, 2006 · Document

Curriculum Vitae

 

Feb 24, 2006 · Document

About Us

About the Green Highways Consortium, and how we do business.

Feb 22, 2006 · Document

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Terms of use of the USAID Natural Resources Management & Development Portal.

Feb 22, 2006 · Document

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Feb 07, 2006 · News Item

New Forest Treaty Agreed

by Portal Web Editor — Jan 10, 2013 07:42 AM

YOKOHAMA, JAPAN, 31 January 2006: Negotiators in Geneva have agreed on a new treaty that will reinforce work to bring tropical forests under sustainable management and increase the role of the tropical timber trade in sustainable development.

Sep 13, 2005 · News Item

Animal Indicators

by webadmin — Jun 10, 2014 10:09 PM

IPAM Publication: "Animal Indicators: a Tool to Assess Biotic Integrity After Logging Tropical Forests?"

Aug 24, 2005 · News Item

Presentation - Making Markets Work for Forests and People, The Sustainable Forest Products Global Alliance

by webadmin — Jan 10, 2013 07:42 AM

CJ Elron, USAID Senior Forest Officer and Team Leader, introduces the Sustainable Forest Products Global (Development) Alliance.

Aug 24, 2005 · News Item

Announcement: President's Initiative Against Illegal Logging

by webadmin — Jan 10, 2013 07:42 AM

President Bush Discusses New Initiative to Stop Illegal Logging Statement by the President:

Meeting on Sustainable Development Project in Anapu (Pará State, Brazil)
Aug 18, 2005 · Image

Meeting on Sustainable Development Project in Anapu (Pará State, Brazil)

Meeting at the Sustainable Development Project in Anapu (underneath a shelter built through an agreement between a logger and the community): settled families, rural union, local association of technician, sisters of Notre Dame, IPAM and IFT get together to discuss…

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