The second part of this topic addresses the following international issues related to SFM: Financing SFM, forests and food security and forests as a source of bio-energy.
Please view the following voice-over-ppt presentations and videos for this topic.
Module 4 Lecture 11 Part 1: Financing SFM, and Forests and Food Security
Module 4 Lecture 11 Part 2: Forests and Food Security Cont., and Forsts as a Source of Bio-energy
Module 4 Lecture 11 Video 1: Mitigation, Adaptation and the Landscapes Approach
Module 4 Lecture 11 Video 2: The New York Declaration on Forests – Initial Responses from 5 Top Forestry Experts
- El-Lakany, H., Jenkins, M., & Richards, M. (2007). Background paper on means of implementation (Contribution by PROFOR to discuss at UNFF-7, April, 2007). Retrieved from Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) website http://www.fao.org/forestry/14704-08294ea8ab45a4ca4f4a3cef22e7a8d71.pdf
- Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). (2014). State of the world‘s forests: Enhancing the socioeconomic benefits from forests. Rome Italy: FAO. Retrieved from http://www.fao.org/3/a-i3727e.pdf
Please answer the following self-reflection question. After formulating your answer, you may post it online at the Knowledge Café for this course as a way to share your ideas and glean knowledge from other students’ responses.
- Reflect on the above three global issues under discussion in terms of their mutual relation to SFM.