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Some economic and management aspects of a non-wood forest product in India
Tirath R. Gupta
Bibliography: p. -119.
|Statement||Tirath Gupta, Amar Guleria.|
|Series||CMA monograph ;, no. 88|
|LC Classifications||HD9019.C652 I53 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||82904402|
The world’s largest private sector?: recognising the cumulative economic value of small-scale forest and farm producers. More than billion smallholders throughout the world depend on forest landscapes to produce food, fuel, timber and non-wood forest products to . The basic business processes that relate to the economics of non-wood forest products (NWFP)1 are production and marketing. While production deals with the provision of the products, marketing consists of the activities by which the products flow from the producer to the ultimate consumer. In this paper, processing is considered as an.
The Forest Policy of and Joint Forest Management (JFM) It has been pointed out above that Forest Policy of (NFP) represented a major paradigm shift from the earlier policies and this shift began to take some shape through the introduction of Joint Forest Management in File Size: 71KB. Bamboo is an important non wood forest product. In India, bamboo, which is traditionally considered the Poor man wood, and labelled as Green Gold is being considered a major export item by the centre for the global market. Bamboo is perfectly suited to agro forestry as a woody grass. Bamboo has been exploited from natural stands from time.
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Some economic and management aspects of a non-wood forest product in India. New Delhi: Oxford & IBH, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Non-timber forest products (NTFPs), also known as non-wood forest products (NWFPs), minor forest produce, special, minor, alternative and secondary forest products, are useful substances, materials and/or commodities obtained from forests which do not require harvesting (logging) include game animals, fur-bearers, nuts, seeds, berries, mushrooms, oils, sap, foliage, pollarding.
Some economic and management aspects of a non-wood forest product in India: Tendu leaves. By T. Gupta, A. Guleria and Ahmedabad (India) Indian Inst. of Management. Topics: DIOSPYROS, NONWOOD FOREST PRODUCTS. Household use of Non-Wood forest products Non-Wood forest products play a central role in the rural economy of the Lao PDR, and have been studied extensively (Clendonde Beerde VletterEnfield et alFoppes and Ketpanha, b, Foppes et alIUCN a, LamxayRaintree and Soydara undated).File Size: KB.
Chapter Non-wood forest products. with estimates of economic value where available. Some of the major problems associated with collecting and analysing data on NWFP are discussed, and suggestions for improving this situation are advanced.
However, among the current issues of global resource monitoring is the lack of management of. Forests provide a wide range of economic and social benefits for instance through employment, value generated from the processing and trade of forest products, and investments in the forest sector.
Benefits also include the hosting and protection of sites and landscapes of high cultural, spiritual, or recreational value. Economic benefits can usually be valued in monetary terms but the social.
The results of this paper will enable forest managers to develop optimal management approaches for P. pinaster forests that integrate Non-Wood Forest Products resources.
Full article (This article belongs to the Special Issue Non-Timber Forest Products and Bioeconomy: Management, Value Chains, Challenges and Opportunities). Forest products are customarily divided into 2 groups, major products, such as timber and fuel wood, and minor products, including bamboo, oilseeds, grasses, fruits, resins, barks, leaves, exudate and animal products.
The minor group is termed non-wood forest products (NWFP) because of its significant contribution to revenues and employment generated by the forestry by: 4. The book "Non Wood Forest products - Socio-economic and ecological aspects" is intended primarily for researchers who study economic, and socio-environmental components of forestry products.
SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS THROUGH COMMUNITY INSTITUTIONS 1 INTRODUCTION The Partnership for Land Use Science (Forest-PLUS) Program is a five-year initiative jointly designed by USAID/India and the Government of India’s Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MOEFCC).
Wood, Fuelwood, and Non-wood Forest Products Main Messages Strategies to address the impacts of forest product use on ecosystem health and human well-being are strongly affected by actions outside the forest sector.
Some responses to problems related to forest products are achieving far more impact than others. Outcomes tend to be shaped as File Size: KB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gupta, Tirath R.
Non-wood forest products in India. New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) science is linked with the ecological, economic and social aspects of forest management to indicate its importance to sustainability.
The relationships between integrated research and sustainable forest management and production are also discussed. The papers on non-wood forest products address research, management, and economic development. Non-timber forest products certification in India: Opportunities and challenges Article (PDF Available) in Environment Development and Sustainability 15(3) October with 2, Reads.
Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs), which were carried out in three Indian states. The three state-level studies on which this report is based are: 1. Andhra Pradesh: Technical Study on Selected NTFP Based Enterprise Governance by M. Gopinath Reddy, Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Hyderabad.
Size: 1MB. Tieguhong J, Ndoye O () Development of trade and marketing of non-wood forest products for poverty alleviation in Africa. A report prepared for the project Lessons learned on the sustainable forest management in Africa, p 46, KSLA/AAS/FAO Google ScholarAuthor: Taisser H.
Deafalla, D. Dafa-Alla, M. El Abbas, M. El Abbas. context of forest (management) dynamics. The emerging picture is one of a more diversified approach towards forest and NTFP use, with more attention being paid to other NTFP sources than natural forests alone and to the broader socio-economic and spatial context in which forest use occurs.
TheFile Size: KB. Discov. Innov., ; 21(SFM Special Edition No. 1) Forest Management for Non-Wood Forest Products and Services in Sub-Saharan Africa Commercial production is taking place in Senegal, which is the world-leading exporter (around MT per year).
India was the leading producer and exporter until the mid s and it is believed thatCited by: India is one of the ten most forest-rich countries of the er, India and these other 9 countries account for 67 percent of total forest area of the world. India's forest cover grew at % annually overand has grown at the rate of % per year overafter decades where forest degradation was a matter of.
Non-wood forest produce. Non-timber forest product (NTFP) refers to all biological materials other than timber extracted from natural forests for human and animal use. Kendu leaves Orissa is the third largest producer of Kendu leaf in India.
The uniqueness of kendu leaf in Orissa is because of its specification of Color, Texture, Size and Body. Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs): Clearing the Confusion in Semantics Albert Ahenkan 1 and Emmanuel Boon2 Human Ecology Department, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium Non-wood forest products include all goods of biologi-cal origin, as well as services, derived from forest or any.Forests and non-timber forest products Non-timber forest products (NTFPs) are any product or service other than timber that is produced in forests.
They include fruits and nuts, vegetables, fish and game, medicinal plants, resins, essences and a range of barks and fibres such as bamboo, rattans, and a host of other palms and grasses.
Forest management certification programs mainly assess ecological aspects of resource management, both at the forest and at the species or product level, including chain-of-custody certification.
Many different programs exist on the international, regional and national level, which focus almost exclusively on timber products and include NTFP Cited by: