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Small-scale forestry

We have 4 items tagged with ‘Small-scale forestry’.
  • A community-owned Mexican sawmill in Oaxaca (Photo: Duncan Macqueen)

    Incendiary observations from the 4th FLARE conference

    Researchers into forest livelihoods recently met in Copenhagen to share ideas on how to support forests, sustainable forestry and forest peoples. Duncan Macqueen reports back on some of the highlights

    22 October 2018 | Blog | Forests
  • A tree nursery run by Fedecovera, is the world's biggest exporter of cardamom and a cooperative with 25,000 members (Photo: Duncan Macqueen/IIED)

    Organise to thrive

    In the run up to the World Forestry Congress in September 2015, Duncan Macqueen highlights how Forest Farm Facility support to help groups organise is helping forest and farm producers in Guatemala

    30 June 2015 | Blog | Forests
  • The Dolakha FSC-certified community forest user group speaking at the International Forest Connect workshop in Nepal in February 2013 (Photo: Leianne Rolington/IIED)

    Focusing support for locally controlled forest enterprise

    Funding to Forest Connect led to diagnosis of effective investments, clarified our strategy and attracted new members

    14 March 2014 | Article | Forests
  • Business models for sustainable development

    Market-based activities are now recognised by governments, business and development agencies round the world as potential solutions to major sustainable development challenges – reducing poverty, enhancing livelihoods, protecting ecosystems, tackling climate change, and meeting the Millennium Development Goals.

    10 May 2010 | Article | Energy
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