Forest Management Planning
A case study on forestry management in Ontario, Canada and the factors that make it difficult to protect the area's vulnerable natural resources.
# 88506 | 900 words | 2 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Economics (International) , Environmental Studies (Economics and Policy) , Environmental Studies (Management) , Canadian Studies (Natural Resources) , International Relations (General)
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This paper focuses upon one small part of the on going problem of forestry management in Ontario. Specifically, this paper examines the economic factors which are constraining efforts to conserve and protect the province forests. In particular, the paper examines the international trade factors relations with the United States and international trade pressures which are preventing or at least distracting the province from putting forward a clear and comprehensive plan on forestry management.
From the Paper:"Suffice it to say, forestry management in Ontario has become increasingly important in recent years as the province's Crown Lands slowly give way to urban sprawl. But beyond the fact that effective forestry management can protect a vulnerable natural resource from (unnecessary) depredation, managing Ontario's Crown Lands is more complicated now than ever before because the world itself has grown more complicated. For example, trade relations with the United States are worse today than they have been for many decades. In addition, the rise of a global economy means that Canada can no longer take it for granted that there will be "easy" markets for its resource products."
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