Chapter 10: Evaluation and recommendations
This book started its analysis with an overview in part two of the doctrines, principles, and rules that underpin global forest governance. The following key thematic aspects of forest regulation were identified: the rule of law; environmental justice; the rights and restrictions associated with sovereignty at the international level; the rights and restrictions associated with property at the domestic level; and consideration of forest governance arrangements. This book has argued that these concepts should and do influence the development of international forestry regulation. The following components of this book examined different international regimes and their approach to forest regulation. Part three examined the role of public international institutions – defined as those bodies operating under the United Nations’ umbrella. The institutions examined were the United Nations Forum on Forestry, the International Climate Change Regime and the World Bank. Part four focused on the role of non-state market regulation.
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