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xix, 235 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • INTRODUCTION WHAT IS FOREST CERTIFICATION? THE CERTIFICATION MOVEMENT FORESTRY AS AN EVOLUTION IN CONSCIOUSNESS PART ONE, A BRIEF LOOK AT TODAY'S FORESTRY CHAPTER 1, THE PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATION OF TODAY'S FORESTRY, An Overview Defining the Problem PART TWO, SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY THROUGH THE PROCESS OF CERTIFICATION CHAPTER 2, CERTIFICATION AND TRUSTEESHIP A Certified Forest as a Living Trust The Importance of Certification CHAPTER 3, THE HISTORY OF FOREST CERTIFICATION SmartWood Institute for Sustainable Forestry Forest Stewardship Council Things to Do Prior to Seeking Certification CHAPTER 4, HOW THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS WORKS In the Forest Chain-of Custody in General CHAPTER 5, SOME OF THE COMMON PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED DURING THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS Forest Landowners and Forest Managers Forestry Environment Social and Economic Chain-of-Custody CONCLUSIONS.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781566705103 20160528
From recycled products to organic food, the movement to be "environmentally friendly" is now expanding into the forestry field. Recognizing this impact, Home Depot has committed to giving preference to selling "certified wood, " proven to come from forests that meet certain biological and social sustainablility standards. Retailers and vendors can offer certified wood through the international Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and FSC accredited organizations like SmartWood, recently featured in People magazine.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781566705103 20160528
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