The Malaysian perspective and International perspective in conservation and management challenges for sustainable forest

Environmental and amenity value of the forest can be maintained when timber is harvested. To construct forest roads that minimize adverse environment impacts and safeguard the productivity of the site. To secure a minimum set of strategically located primary forests in representative areas with high diversity and endemism. The traditional system of sustained-yield management is use to replaced by a new by paradigm of multi-resource forest management which involves the simultaneous production of forest good and service.
Global objectives on forests
  • Reverse the loss of forest cover
  • Enhance forest-based economic
  • Increase the area of protected forest and other areas of sustainably management forest
  • Reverse the deline of ODA for SFM and mobilize new and additional resources for the implementation of SFM.
The ecosystem approach is a strategy for the integrated management of land, water and living resources that promotes conservation and sustainable use in an equitable way. Forest product procurement process helps enhance comprehensive wood and paper policies that include protection of sensitive forest value, thoughtful material selection and efficient use of product. Event of forest resources, biological diversity, forest health and vitality, productive functions and forest resources, socio-economic function, legal, policy and institutional framework.
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