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China in Mozambique's Forests
Duncan Macqueen (ed), with: Narciso F Bila, Andrade Egas, Mario Falcao, Ernesto U Junior, Arnela Mausse, James Mayers, Sheila Menezes, Maria Muianga, Simon Norfolk, Peng Ren, Clare Rogers, Carlos Serra, Eunice C Sitoe, Jingwei Zhang, Xiaoting Hou Jones
Research report, 132 pages
After decades of growth in China-Mozambique economic relations, China is now the destination for approximately 93 per cent of all Mozambique’s timber exports. Meanwhile, an alarming loss of forest cover has raised concerns over the impact of this trade on Mozambique’s forest and rural development. How can the China- Mozambique timber trade foster better stewardship of forest resources in Mozambique and benefit poor men and women?
This report compiles three years of work of the China-Africa Forest Governance project to develop evidence on constraints and opportunities for forest resources in productive and resilient land use and trade, to develop capacity and dialogue among relevant stakeholders in China and Mozambique, and to deliver policy and practice improvement opportunities.
Improving evidence, capacity and joint action for sustainable Chinese investment in Africa's forests.
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