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Publication Details - Small-Scale Illegal Logging in Vietnam

Small-Scale Illegal Logging in Vietnam

Implications for FLEGT and REDD+







This brief summarizes village case studies that demonstrate how Vietnams domestic illegal logging will only be curtailed if Vietnamese policies promote forest governance that accommodates small-scale forest use and management, and allows local communities to benefit from the forest. Effective strategies to curb illegal logging will require the allocation of clear and secure tenure rights to local people in order to improve their ability to benefit from local forests. This is a key lesson to consider in the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) and Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) initiatives currently pursued by the Government of Vietnam.


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Release Date: March 2013
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