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  • Authors: Matti Palo and G. Mery
  • ISBN-13: 9401072116
  • ISBN: 9789401072113
  • Pub. Date: September 2011
  • Publisher: Springer
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 OverviewThis book is an outcome of a research project on Sustainable Forestry and the Environment in Developing Countries. The project has been run by Metsantutki muslaitos METLA -the Finnish Forest Research Institute since 1987 and will be completed this year. A major output by this project has so far been a report in three volumes on Deforestation or development in the Third World? The purpose of our multidisciplinary research project is to generate new knowl edge about the causes of deforestation, its scenarios and consequences.

More knowledge is needed for more effective, efficient and equitable public policy, both at the national and intemationallevels in supporting sustainable forestry in develop ing countries. Our project has specifically focused on 90 tropical countries as one group and on three subgroups by continents, as well as the three case study countries, the Philippines, Ethiopia and Chile. The University of Joensuu has been our active partner in the Philippine study.

We have complemented the three cases by the analyzes of Brazil and Indonesia, the two largest tropical forest-owning countries. Some other interesting country studies were annexed to complement our book both by geography and expertise. The United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research, UNUIWIDER in Helsinki Finland has also been partly engaged. Most of the results from its project on The Forest in the South and North in Context of Global Warming will, however, be published later in a separate book." ("And whichsoever way thou Forsstry, may fortune follow!") CHAPTER_9 CHAPTER 9 We Meet with adventures - THE weather was overcast Sustainable Forestry Challenges for Developing Countries settled, when we commenced our adventurous and perilous journey.

We had neither to fear fatiguing heat nor drenching rain. It was, in fact, real tourist weather. As there was nothing I liked better than horse exercise, the pleasure of riding through an unknown country caused the early part of our enterprise to be particularly agreeable to me.

I began to enjoy the exhilarating delight of traveling, a life of desire, gratification and liberty. The truth is, that my spirits rose so rapidly, that I began to be indifferent to what had once appeared to be a terrible journey.

"After all," I said to myself, "what do I risk. Simply to take a journey through a curious Cahllenges, to climb a remarkable mountain, and if the worst comes to the worst, to descend into the crater of an extinct volcano. " CHAPTER_9 paragraph 5 There could be no doubt that this was all this terrible Saknussemm had done. As to the existence of a gallery, or of subterraneous passages leading into the interior of the earth, the idea was simply absurd, the hallucination of a distempered imagination.

All, then, that may be required of me I will do cheerfully, and will create no difficulty. It was just before we left Reykjavik Developinh I came to this decision. Hans, our extraordinary guide, went first, walking with a steady, rapid, unvarying step. Our two horses with the luggage followed of their own accord, without requiring whip or spur.

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