Dialogue on IMPF in China
3 April 2006 to 6 April 2006
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Other MaterialsParticipant List Cossalter and Barr. 2005. Fast Growing Plantation Development and Industrial Wood Demand in China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Rg
PresentationsAhmad, Mubariq. Current Trends and Prospects for the Future of Chinese IMPFs. Colchester, Marcus. Best Practices Standards for Planted Forests: Social Considerations. Cossalter, Christian. Intensively Managed Forest Plantations in Southern China: Issues and Challenges Cossalter, Christian. Can South China's Farmers and Communities Make Profit by Planting Eucalypts Cossalter, Christian. Hardwood Fiber for Pulp in Southern China: Scenarios of Supply - Demand Balance to 2010. Dong, Ke. Environmental Concerns in Implementation of Chinese IMPF. Gardiner, Peter. A Business View: On the Road Towards Sustainable 'Best Practice.' Holmgren, Peter.Planted Forest Code: Framework, Guiding Principles, and Implementation Considerations. Kanowski, Peter. Intensively Managed Planted Forests: Reflections for Dialogue. Pan, Wenfeng. Development of Pulp and Paper in Guangxi. Toumela, Kari. Creating Value: Stora Enso Guangxi. Toumela, Kari. We Are Customers' First Choice: Stora Enso's Perspectives on Future Plantations in China. Xie, Yaojian. Forestry in Zhanjiang Prefecture.
The Forests Dialogue (TFD) convened a dialogue with associated site visits in Southern Guangxi Province, China in April 2006 to discuss and explore the issue of intensively managed planted forests (IMPFs). This was the first of a series of dialogues and field visits by this working group.