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The international tropical timber agreement (1983 1994)

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  • 1. The International Tropical Timber Agreement (1983-1994) By Eric Burant (0863142)
  • 2. Producers, or the tropical, developing countries! Bolivia Brazil Cameroon
  • 3. The Consumers, or the non-tropical, developed countries! United States of America Canada Japan
  • 4. Bolivia’s Deforestation 1984-2000
  • 5. Deforestation for new developments
  • 6. The Congress of Bolivia, and the country’s President, Evo Morales
  • 7. Subsistence Agriculture in Bolivia
  • 8. More Subsistence Crops of Indigenous Communities
  • 9. A Bolivian Forestry Worker
  • 10. A Participant in Forest Clear-Cutting
  • 11. An Illegal Lumber-Harvesting Camp
  • 12. ... The Southeastern corner of Peru and adjoining remote area of northern Bolivia comprise what is possibly the most biodiverse region on the planet.”- Lucas Benites and Clea Paz
  • 13. I hope you enjoyed this slidecast on the International Tropical Timber Agreement of 1983/1994, and the International Tropical Timber Organization.