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    Lista mundial de escuelas forestales 1981
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    The first edition of the World List of Foreetry Schools was published in 1974 to facilitate communication and exchange of information on forestry education and training throughout the world. This was followed by a revised version in 1977 incorporating a number of additions and amendments. The present third and expanded edition includes schools and centres providing training for forest industries. It is based on information received from many sources. I take this opportunity to expres s my sincere thankm to all those who in one way or another have helped to produce the current edition and to request users to submit suggestions for further additions or amendments which can be incorporated into future improved editions of the World List.
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    This is the fourth edition of the World List of Forestry Schools since its first appearance in 1974 to facilitate contacts and exchange of information on education and training for forestry, forest industries and wildlife and national parks management throughout the world.
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    The fourth World Food Survey 1977
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    It is now fourteen years since the Third World food Survey was issued by FAO in 1963. As such, the publication of The Fourth World Food Survey, which should have followed within a decade of the previous one, may be said to be overdue. However, the document "Assessment of the World Food Situation" wh1ch was prepared for the World Food Conference in 1974 included much of the material, though, in a more concise form, that would have formed the subject of this survey. Another FAO publication, Population, Food Supply, and Agricultural Development, which appeared at about the same time, also covered much the same ground. The publication of the present number in the series was therefore held over for this year, the scope of this survey is broadly similar to that of its predecessors. It makes an attempt to update the review of recent trends in food production and supply against the background of increasing population and most recent evidence regarding the incidence of under and malnutrition. The synergism between malnutrition and disease is more evident now than before. This review is disquieting, while firm evidence of any significant progress being made since the World Food Conference in reducing the numbers affected by inadequate supplies of food is not yet available.

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