2 edition of Forest products and the environment found in the catalog.
Forest products and the environment
Walter S. Kaghan
Papers presented at the 73rd National meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Minneapolis, 1972.
|Series||Symposium series -- NO`133.|
|Contributions||American Institute ofChemical Engineers.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||149|
This book narrates personal stories of people from around the world who have used natural products, in particular Non Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) to come out of poverty. Ending poverty remains a major worldwide challenge and is the number one goal under the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Forest Products Laboratory One Gifford Pinchot Drive Madison, WI Phone: () Fax: () Email.
Non-Timber Forest Products: Medicinal Herbs, Fungi, Edible Fruits and Nuts, and Other Natural Products from the Forest provides a unique analysis of the laws, sociocultural factors, competing political and economic interests, and environmental issues related to wildcrafting. Industries are developing radical, new biotechnology processes to expand and develop their range of products that originate from the world's forests. As a result of the growing understanding of the process involved, biotechnology is also helping reduce any adverse impact on the environment. This book presents a review of specialist research directed towards efficient and environmentally.
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Harvesting forest products involves selecting the trees to be removed, severing them from their stump, and moving the whole tree or the processed logs to an area in which they will be combined with others for transport to a mill.
Understanding the route from the forest to the mill is a part of the chain-of-custody of forest products that is often tracked by certification systems. Industries are developing radical, new biotechnology processes to expand and develop their range of products that originate from the world's forests.
As a result of the growing understanding of the process involved, biotechnology is also helping reduce any adverse impact on the environment.; This book presents a review of specialist research directed towards efficient and environmentally. As a result of the growing understanding of the process involved, biotechnology is also helping reduce any adverse impact on the environment.; This book presents a review of specialist research directed towards efficient and environmentally sensitive use of forests.
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