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View the documentINFORMATION NOTE ON ASIA-PACIFIC FORESTRY SECTOR OUTLOOK STUDY
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Open this folder and view contents4 EMERGING PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES FOR AIJ IN THE ASIA/PACIFIC FORESTRY SECTOR
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View the document6. FUTURE PROSPECTS FOR JI/AIJ
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7. REFERENCES

American Forests, 1996, Building Capacity to Develop Forestry Measures for Climate Change Action Plans, Reference Materials prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Country Studies Programme, American Forests, Washington, D.C.

Climate Network Africa 1995, “Report on Kenya Country Study on Joint Implementation.”

Climate Network Europe 1996, “CNE Report of European Union Country by Country Situations.”

Dixon, R. K., K. J. Andrasko, F.G. Sussman, M. A. Levinson, M.C. Trexler, T.S. Vinson, 1993 “Forest Sector Carbon Offset Projects: Near Term Opportunities to mitigate Green House Gas Emissions,” Water, Air and Soil Pollution, Vol 70, p 561-577

Energy Information Administration, 1996, Voluntary Reporting of Greenhouse Gases: 1995f, Washington, DC, US Department of Energy

FAO, 1991, Mixed and Pure Forest Plantation in the Tropics and Subtropics, (Forestry paper #103), Rome:FAO

IPCC, 1996, Climate Change 1995: The IPCC Second Assessment Report Volume 2. Scientific-Technical Analysis of Impacts, Adaptations, and Mitigation of Climate Change. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Joint Implementation Quarterly, 1996, “German Start AIJ Pilot Projects,” Vol. 2, # 1, June, 1996.

Jones, D.J. and Marc Stuart, 1996, “Criteria For AIJ Project Design in Forestry: The Private Sector Perspective,” Paper Presented at the 1996 USIJI AIJ Workshop, Jakarta, Indonesia, 25-27 June 1996.

Jones, Tom. 1994, “Occupational Criteria for Joint Implementation,” in Economics of Climate Change (Paris: OECD).

Kinsman, John D., Michael McGrath, Richard McMahon, Michael Rucker, Ronald Shiflett and Richard Tempchin, 1996. “A Status Report on Climate Challenge Programme’s Voluntary Initiatives to Manage US Electric Utility Greenhouse Gases,” For Presentation at 89th Annual Meeting; Exhibition Air & Waste Management Association Nashville, Tennessee, June 1996.

Lafstedt, Ranger E., Kalev Sepp and Laura Kelly, 1996, “Partnership to Reduce Greenhouse Gases in the Baltic,” Environment Vol. 38, No. 6 (July/August, 1996)

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OECD, 1994 Climate Change Policy Initiatives: 1994 Policy Update (Paris: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development)

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Stuart, M. and Sekhran, N., “Developing Externally Financed Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Projects in Papua New Guinea’s Forestry Sector: A Review of Concepts, Opportunities and Links to Biodiversity Conservation,” PNG Biodiversity Conservation and Resource Management Programme/UNDP, September 1996

Stuart, M., DiNicola, A., Gray, G., “Carbon Offset Initiatives for Forest and Tree Activities in the South Pacific:A Review of Lessons and Opportunities from The Region And Beyond,” July, 1996.

Stuart, Marc D., and Don Jones, 1995, “Carbon Offsets And Forestry: An Introduction”, Pacific Islands Forests and Trees, Vol. 3/95, pp 11-12.

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List of Working Papers already released

APFSOS/WP/01

Regional Study - The South Pacific

APFSOS/WP/02

Pacific Rim Demand and Supply Situation, Trends and Prospects: Implications for Forest Products Trade in the Asia-Pacific Region

APFSOS/WP/03

The Implications of the GATT Uruguay Round and other Trade Arrangements for the Asia-Pacific Forest Products Trade

APFSOS/WP/04

Status, Trends and Future Scenarios for Forest Conservation including Protected Areas in the Asia-Pacific Region

APFSOS/WP/05

In-Depth Country Study - New Zealand

APFSOS/WP/06

In-Depth Country Study - Republic of Korea

APFSOS/WP/07

Country Report - Malaysia

APFSOS/WP/08

Country Report - Union of Myanmar

APFSOS/WP/09

Challenges and Opportunities: Policy options for the forestry sector in the Asia-Pacific Region

APFSOS/WP/10

Sources of Non-wood Fibre for Paper, Board and Panels Production: Status, Trends and Prospects for India

APFSOS/WP/11

Country Report - Pakistan

APFSOS/WP/12

Trends and Outlook for Forest Products Consumption, Production and Trade in the Asia-Pacific Region

APFSOS/WP/13

Country Report - Australia

APFSOS/WP/14

Country Report - China

APFSOS/WP/15

Country Report - Japan: Basic Plan on Forest Resources and Long-Term Perspective on Demand and Supply of Important Forestry Products

APFSOS/WP/16

Country Report - Sri Lanka

APFSOS/WP/17

Forest Resources and Roundwood Supply in the Asia Pacific Countries: Situation and Outlook to Year 2010

APFSOS/WP/18

Country Report - Cambodia

APFSOS/WP/19

Wood Materials from Non-Forest Areas

APFSOS/WP/20

Forest Industry Structure and the Evolution of Trade Flows in the Asia-Pacific Region - Scenarios to 2010

APFSOS/WP/21

Decentralization and Devolution of Forest Management in Asia and the Pacific

APFSOS/WP/22

Commentary on Forest Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region (A Review for Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua-New Guinea, Philippines, Thailand, And Western Samoa

APFSOS/WP/23

Asia Pacific Forestry Sector Outlook: Focus On Coconut Wood

APFSOS/WP/24

Ecotourism And Other Services Derived From Forests In The Asia-Pacific Region: Outlook To 2010

APFSOS/WP/25

Technology Scenarios in the Asia-Pacific Forestry Sector

APFSOS/WP/26

In-Depth Country Report - India

APFSOS/WP/27

People and Forests: Situation and Prospects

APFSOS/WP/28

Non-Wood Forest Products Outlook Study for Asia and The Pacific: Towards 2010

APFSOS/WP/29

Opportunities for Forestry Investment in Asia and the Pacific Through Carbon Offset Initiatives

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