The report is the 3rd from the National Tropical Forests Working Group after those issued in 2003 and 2006. It reviews tropical forest issues arising among the French players concerned government administration, private sector, scientific circles, civil society groups in order to develop new guidelines to address the challenges of today, both in overseas France and with partner countries, particularly in view of the upcoming Rio+ Summit.
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GNFT, MEAE, MEDDE, MAAF, FFEM
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