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Forest-related indicators, monitoring and reporting progress related to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals











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    Topic note: Online consultation on the development of a Global Core Set (GCS) of forest-related indicators
    Consultation No. 140, 02.05.2017 – 14.05.2017
    2016
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    Forests play a vital role in food security and nutrition, providing food and livelihoods to many of the poorest people on earth as well as environmental services that are crucial for agricultural production (State of the World’s Forests 2016, chapter 4, provides more detail). For this reason, the Collaborative Partnership on Forests (CPF) is partnering with the FSN Forum to host an online consultation on the development of a global core set of forest-related indicators, for use not only in the f orest sector, but also in a broader context.
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    Progress, status and needs for further developing methodologies and data availability on Global Core Set of forest-related indicators, classified as Tier 3 and Tier 2
    Background paper for the Expert Workshop on Strengthening the Global Core Set of Forest Indicators to support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and the UN Strategic Plan for Forests 2030
    2019
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    Practical guidelines for the assessment, monitoring and reporting on national level criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management in dry forests in Asia 2003
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    For much of the last two decades forestry discussions have been dominated by calls for sustainable management of forest resources, but practical solutions are few and far between. Among the few exceptions has been the development of criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management which provide a meaningful and practical means for countries to gauge periodic progress towards sustainable forest management. This practical guide for the assessment, monitoring and reporting on nationa l level criteria and indicators for dry forests in Asia is a comprehensive instruction book on the process of collecting and assembling national level information and reporting. In addition, the guide describes an overall format for reporting the progress made towards sustainable management of dry forests and the provisions that need to be in place in order to ensure successful implementation of the assessment system. These provisions include institutional arrangements and preparations for asses sment and training needs.

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