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This report summarizes the impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic had, during the first three quarters of 2020, on the forest sector of countries in the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia), focusing on production, export, import, consumption, prices and employment of the main wood products: roundwood, sawnwood, woodbased panels, wooden furniture,
The Forest Products Annual Market Review 2019-2020 provides a comprehensive analysis of markets in the UNECE region and reports on the main market influences outside the UNECE region. It covers the range of products from the forest to the end user - from roundwood and primary processed products to value-added, housing and wood energy. Statistics-based chapters analyse the markets for wood raw
ECE/DP/80Overview of the State of Forests and Forest Management in Georgia derives from the project on the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia and presents the forest resources and the forest sector of Georgia, including trends in, and pressures on forests. The overview describes policies and institutions of forest sector in Georgia and major challenges the sector faces as well
ECE/DP/81Overview of the State of Forests and Forest Management in Kazakhstan derives from the project on the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia and presents the forest resources and the forest sector of Kazakhstan, including trends in, and pressures on forests. The overview describes policies and institutions of forest sector in Kazakhstan and major challenges the sector faces
ECE/DP/82Overview of the State of Forests and Forest Management in Kyrgyzstan derives from the project on the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia and presents the forest resources and the forest sector of Kyrgyzstan, including trends in, and pressures on forests. The overview describes policies and institutions of forest sector in Kyrgyzstan and major challenges the sector faces
ECE/DP/83Overview of the State of Forests and Forest Management in Tajikistan derives from the project on the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia and presents the forest resources and the forest sector of Tajikistan, including trends in, and pressures on forests. The overview describes policies and institutions of forest sector in Tajikistan and major challenges the sector faces
ECE/DP/84Overview of the State of Forests and Forest Management in Turkmenistan derives from the project on the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia and presents the forest resources and the forest sector of Turkmenistan, including trends in, and pressures on forests. The overview describes policies and institutions of forest sector in Turkmenistan and major challenges the sector
ECE/DP/85Overview of the State of Forests and Forest Management in Uzbekistan derives from the project on the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia and presents the forest resources and the forest sector of Uzbekistan, including trends in, and pressures on forests. The overview describes policies and institutions of forest sector in Uzbekistan and major challenges the sector faces
ECE/DP/78Overview of the State of Forests and Forest Management in Armenia derives from the project on the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia and presents the forest resources and the forest sector of Armenia, including trends in, and pressures on forests. The overview describes policies and institutions of forest sector in Armenia and major challenges the sector faces as well
ECE/DP/79Overview of the State of Forests and Forest Management in Azerbaijan derives from the project on the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia and presents the forest resources and the forest sector of Azerbaijan, including trends in, and pressures on forests. The overview describes policies and institutions of forest sector in Azerbaijan and major challenges the sector faces
This study examines forest ownership in the UNECE region. Based on data on 35 countries, and the first to include all forest ownership categories, this study investigates the changing nature and patterns of forest ownership, the ways in which governance and social structures influence forest owners and users, as well as forest management. Within the limits of data availability and
The Forest Products Annual Market Review 2018-2019 provides a comprehensive analysis of markets in the UNECE region and reports on the main market influences outside the UNECE region. It covers the range of products from the forest to the end-user: from roundwood and primary processed products to value-added and housing. Statistics-based chapters analyse the markets for wood raw materials,
Following the annual Market Discussions of the Committee on Forests and the Forest Industry (former Timber Committee), the Committee issues a statement which includes: overview of the forest products sector, developments in specific forest product market sectors, sawn softwood and sawn hardwood, wood-based panels, wood raw materials including wood energy, pulp and paper, certified forest
ECE/TIM/SP/47The study on the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia aims to present the forest resources and the forest sector of the region, including trends in, and pressures on the resource, to describe the policies and institutions for the forest sector in the region and to list the major challenges the sector faces, and the policy responses in place or planned. The study is a
ECE/TIM/DP/73Criteria and indicators constitute an increasingly common policy tool to implement sustainable forest management (SFM) and to define clear priorities and targets. This should improve monitoring, reporting and assessment of key aspects of SFM performance.These guidelines provide specific concepts, definitions, tools and reference materials to guide the development process of
ECE/TIM/DP/72This study, focusing primarily on the period from the collapse of the Soviet Union until the present day, identifies the key drivers of forest degradation and the potential for forest landscape restoration in the Caucasus and Central Asia. The study was undertaken to support the preparation of restoration pledges in the eight countries of the Caucasus and Central Asia in the run
The Forest Products Annual Market Review 2017-2018 provides a comprehensive analysis of markets in the UNECE region and reports on the main market influences outside the UNECE region. It covers the range of products from the forest to the end-user: from roundwood and primary processed products to value-added and housing. Statistics-based chapters analyse the markets for wood raw materials,
ECE/TIM/SP/42 Wood Energy in the ECE Region highlights the use of wood for energy and includes the most recent statistics on wood energy markets across the UNECE region. It aims to communicate the relevance of wood energy in the region and help bridge information about the forest and energy sectors. It also intends to offer some of the best-available information on the role that wood energy
ECE/TIM/SP/41 The Forest Products Annual Market Review 2016-2017 provides a comprehensive analysis of markets in the UNECE region and reports on the main market influence outside the UNECE region. It covers the range of products from the forest to the end-user: from roundwood and primary processed products to value-added and housing. Statistics-based chapters analyse the markets for wood raw
Following the annual Market Discussions of the Committee on Forests and the Forest Industry (former Timber Committee), the Committee issues a statement which includes: overview of the forest products sector, developments in specific forest product market sectors, sawn softwood and sawn hardwood, wood-based panels, wood raw materials including wood energy, pulp and paper, certified forest