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Status and extent of illegal forestry in Russia
 
Author:Efremov, D.F.; Belousov, V.N.; Bubko, E.V.; Zakharenkov, A.S.; Kopekin, M.A.; Kuzmichev, E.P.; Soldatov, V.V.; Frolov, F.F.; Country:Europe and Central Asia;
Date Stored:2011/05/13Document Date:2010/01/01
Document Type:PublicationISBN:978-5-9874-6012-2
Language:RussianMajor Sector:Public Administration, Law, and Justice; Agriculture, fishing, and forestry
Rel. Proj ID:7E-Improving Forest Law Enforcement And Governance In The European -- -- P111139;Region:Europe and Central Asia
Report Number:61816Sub Sectors:Forestry; General public administration sector
SubTopics:Wildlife Resources; Common Property Resource Development; Ecosystems and Natural Habitats; Wood Manufacturing and Industry; ForestryTF No/Name:TF096875-ENA-FLEG Regional Implementation Program - REGIONAL - World Bank; TF096876-ENA-FLEG Regional Implementation Program for AZERBAIJAN - World Bank; TF096877-ENA-FLEG Regional Implementation Program for ARMENIA - World Bank; TF096880-ENA-FLEG Regional Implementation Program for MOLDOVA - World Bank; TF096879-ENA-FLEG Regional Implementation Program for GEORGIA - World Bank; TF096878-ENA-FLEG Regional Implementation Program for BELARUS - World Bank; TF096881-ENA-FLEG Regional Implementation Program for Russia - World Bank; TF096882-ENA-FLEG Regional Implementation Program for Ukraine - World Bank
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Summary: This document on the Status and extent of illegal forestry in Russia is a key deliverable under the Regional Program on Improving Forest Law Enforcement and Governance in the European Neighborhood Policy for East Countries and Russia (ENPI FLEG), which supports governments, civil society, and the private sector in participating countries in the development of sound and sustainable forest management practices, including reducing the incidence of illegal forestry activities. The authors point out that the ENPI FLEG Program which is funded by the European Union aims to support country level work and regional cooperation in the European Neighborhood Policy Initiative of East Countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine), and Russia following up on the St Petersburg Declaration. This publication was designed with the main aim at developing guidelines for the development and implementation of coherent interventions to prevent and reduce illegal logging and illegal timber trade; and their testing at the regional level. The study was formulated on the basis of analysis of causes and types of illegal forestry in the 4 regions of Russia: Arkhangelsk region, Vladimir region, Krasnoyarsk Kray and Khabarovsk Kray. The experts used information provided by federal and regional forestry management organizations, and also from native publications and their own research materials.

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