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International Agreement About The Use Of Tropical Hardwoods

If you have written this article and are not yet registered with RePEc, we advise you to do so here. This way, you can link your profile to this item. It also allows you to accept possible quotes on this article of which we are not sure. If development is to be sustainable (resources will help current economic development, but future generations will also be available), sustainable management of the rainforest is needed. ITTA3 (2006) aims to “promote the expansion and diversification of international trade in tropical timber from sustainably managed and legally harvested forests and to promote sustainable management of tropical timber-producing forests.” [1] It came into effect on December 7, 2011. [2] There are also international agreements on the use of tropical hardwoods and logging. The International Tropical Woods Agreement was established in 2006 to “promote the expansion and diversification of international trade in tropical timber from sustainably managed and legally harvested forests and promote the sustainable management of tropical timber-producing forests.” 71 countries have signed the UN-sponsored agreement. b) International agreements – The rainforest provides wood for furniture and is in high demand because of its good quality. This is why many international agreements make the policy that the countries concerned will completely ban the trade in hardwoods. In October 2018, there are 74 ITTA3 parties. Nigeria and Paraguay signed the agreement but did not ratify it. Canada ratified the agreement in 2009, but has since denounced it. Awareness of climate change and its effects is important.

We humans need to understand that it is our responsibility to protect the environment in which we live. Residents, politicians and businessmen must contribute to the protection of tropical forests. Only awareness of the negative effects of deforestation and climate change can lead to positive changes in people`s thinking. In tropical forests, we should try to replace all felled trees. Otherwise, there will be no trees for future generations and our tropical forests will gradually shrink. To preserve the biodiversity found in tropical forests, it is important to replant the same type of tree that has been felled. Fortunately, international agreements on the use of tropical hardwoods have things we can do to sustainably manage tropical forests and minimize the destruction that occurs there: ITTA2 (1994) was designed to ensure that by the year 2000 tropical timber exports come from sustainably managed sources and create a fund to help tropical timber producers obtain the resources needed to achieve this goal. The mandate of the International Tropical Timber Organization has also been defined. The agreement was opened for signature on 26 January 1994 and came into force on 1 January 1997. Debt Reduction Program – Many tropical forests are in the LICs. Many LILs are heavily indebted and often use natural resources such as the rainforest to earn money, to repay loans.

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