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- DocumentFamine Early Warning Systems Network, 2000Short paper providing basic information on indicators of the quality of crop production, guidance on gathering information on the status of crop growth during field visits to important areas of agricultural production , and suggestions of potentially useful networks for information gathering that are available in most FEWS countries.The paper indicates questions to ask and sources of informatioDocumentFood and Nutrition Division, FAO, 1998Discusses key factors that may influence consumption, health, food production and processing, food marketing and labelling.DocumentFaostat, FAO, 2001Statistical collection of national level food data. A food balance sheet presents a comprehensive picture of the pattern of a country's food supply during a specified reference period.DocumentWorld Resources Institute, Washington DC, 2002Joint report from Forest Watch Indonesia, World Resources Institute and Global Forest Watch. It provides a detailed analysis of the scale and pace of change affecting Indonesia’s forests.DocumentCenter for International Forestry Research, 2001With Indonesia's ongoing processes of decentralisation and regional autonomy significant degrees of authority over forest administration have now, for the first time, been transferred to the provincial and district governments.Document
Assessing urban food security: adjusting the FEWS rural vulnerability assessment framework to urban environmentsFamine Early Warning Systems Network, 2000This paper aims to sensitize FEWS field staff to urban food security issues and to build their capacity to guide, design, and implement urban vulnerability assessments (VAs) and food security monitoring.DocumentTanzania Online, 2001Offical government or Tanzania review on the status and impact of HIV/AIDS, and an outline of intended interventionsDocumentCanadian Forestry Advisers Network, 2001This CFAN Forestry Issues paper gives an overview of global climate change, its causes, its impact on forests, and how forests can help to mitigate it.It concludes that forest-related interventions can have numerous positive spinoff effects apart from carbon sequestration and storage including:improved supply of wood products better management of protected areas increased agricuDocumentCanadian Forestry Advisers Network, 2001Report on project in Honduras aimed at assessing the potential for carbon sequestration through both establishing new plantations and conservation of existing forests.DocumentIndonesian Development Studies, 1998The impact of climate change on global forests in their entirety would in all likelihood be modest. However, its impact on individual forests could be substantial as they adapted to new climate conditions. New forests might rise up in the tundra. Others might wane in places where moisture levels declined.