Lessons from international agreements
The purpose of this article is to examine what lessons can be learned, when trying to control illegal logging, from international agreements that already face the challenge of illegal production and trade. In recent years a number of multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs), in particular those dealing with wildlife and fisheries, have developed strategies to cope with illegal trade, and in February 2003 the Kimberley Process on conflict diamonds was set up to exclude conflict diamonds from world markets.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Head of the Sustainable Development Programme, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, 10 St James's Square, London, SW1Y4LE, UK
Publication date: 01 September 2003
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- The International Forestry Review is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes original research and review papers on all aspects of forest policy and science, with an emphasis on issues of transnational significance. It is published four times per year, in March, June, September and December. Theme editions are a regular feature and attract a wide audience.
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International Forestry Review has a 5-year impact factor of 1.733
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