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Translating international policy dialogue into results in the forest requires both political and organizational commitment, as well as the use of creative tools and approaches. Policy topics and tools that are commonly discussed and that provide an opportunity to advance sustainable forest management include climate change, illegal logging, criteria and indicators, trade, certification, financing mechanisms, trade, reduced impact logging, concession management, and domestic linkages. On this site you may learn more about each of these policy tools and means, access web-based links to key resources, and find helpful practitioners' tips and case studies to facilitate implementation.


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