Difference between revisions of "Increase forest plantations"

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|Description=Increasing areas for highly productive wood plantations will .......
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|Description=Increase the use of wood from highly productive wood plantations instead of wood from (semi-) natural forests.
 
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|Reference=PBL, 2010;
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|LanduseThemeItem=Forestry (Land use); Other land use (Land use)
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|NatureThemeItem=Terrestrial biodiversity (NB)
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|EffectDescription=this intervention decreases the area impacted by forestry/logging
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|EffectOnComponent=Terrestrial biodiversity
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|EffectDescription=Terrestrial biodiversity is effected in two ways: 1) the area with forestry impacts will be smaller, and 2) the biodiversity value of plantations will be lower than (semi-)natural forests in which logging takes place.
 
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Revision as of 15:28, 26 March 2014

Description: Increase the use of wood from highly productive wood plantations instead of wood from (semi-) natural forests.
Reference: PBL, 2010
Is implemented in: Forest management
Associated theme items: Forestry (Land use)Other land use (Land use)Terrestrial biodiversity (NB)


Associated policy response component

Component: Land and biodiversity policies
Page: Land and biodiversity policies/Forestry sector

Effects of this policy intervention on components

Component: Forest management
Effect : this intervention decreases the area impacted by forestry/logging

Component: Terrestrial biodiversity
Effect : Terrestrial biodiversity is effected in two ways: 1) the area with forestry impacts will be smaller, and 2) the biodiversity value of plantations will be lower than (semi-)natural forests in which logging takes place.