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Nov012014

Tendencias de la Gobernanza Forestal en Colombia, Ecuador y Perú

Document (in Spanish) (PDF, 5 MB) Orozco, J. M. ; Mogrovejo, P. ; Jara, L.F. ; Sánchez, A. ; Buendia, B. ; Dumet, R. y Bohórquez, N. TRAFFIC (2014). This document compiles the following three case studies: Status of Forest Governance in Colombia, Tendencies of Forest Governance in Ecuador and The Timber Market in Peru. These studies were conducted in 2013 and published in 2014.