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The Need for Integrated Resource Management to Achieve a Sustainable Forest Management Regime: A Case of the Forest Management in Alberta, Canada [持続可能な森林経営に向けた統括的資源管理の必要性 —カナダ, アルバータ州の森林管理の実情から—]

Hayashi, Naotaka;
Open Access Japanese
  • Country: Canada
The forest management regime of Alberta, Canada, was reviewed in light of the three pillars of sustainable forest management: economic, social, and environmental values of forests. It was found that as long as the provincial policy is inclined to the pursuit of economic benefits derived from the short-term resource development in the boreal forests, it would be difficult to either maintain or enhance the social and environmental values of the forests at the same time. The boreal forests provide resources for timber production, oil and gas development, and a quality of life for forest-dependent community members including Aboriginal peoples. This leads to the nee...
free text keywords: Zoning, Forest Stewardship Council, 生態系を重視した森林管理, Public participation, ゾーニング, Ecosystem management, 市民参加, Sustainable forest management, 森林管理協議会, 石油・天然ガス産業, Oil and gas industry
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