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Criteria and indicators: mobilizing action for sustainable forest management and the SDGs

Tuesday 19 July 2016, 13:20 – 14:45 World Forest Week 5 Iran Room








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    Criteria and Indicators: mobilising action for sustainable forest management and SDG's 2016
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    Leaflets summarising the main finding on Criteria and Indicators at the WFC2015 and the Ottawa workshop May 2016 to provide participants with background knowledge for the COFO side event.
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    Proceedings of the international expert workshop on strengthening collaboration on criteria and indicators to promote and demonstrate sustainable forest management
    May 1–3 2016, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    2016
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    Criteria and indicators have a major role in promoting the implementation of recent global agreements affecting forests, by focusing on measurable results and on follow-up monitoring and reporting. This workshop was the beginning of a broader conversation to enhance the connectedness of sustainable forest management (SFM) indicators and global initiatives related to forests and strengthen the impact of their work.
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    Using criteria and indicators for Sustainable Forest Management 2017
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    Criteria and indicators (C&I) have emerged as a powerful tool in promoting sustainable forest management (SFM). Since the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development of Rio in 1992, several different international processes and initiatives have developed C&I as a framework for SFM. Use of C&I can provide structure and facilitate a common understanding of SFM at the national level. In addition, C&I can help to promote agreement on key issues, create a link to data/results needs and r esources required, serve as a reference framework for policy design, planning and programming, and facilitate the monitoring of results.

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