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The Fourth Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe

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Description

In the resolution 2 of the Fourth Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe (Wien, April 2003) the signatory states and the European Community commit themselves to "Improve enabling conditions for the market-based provision of a diversified range of non-wood goods and services from sustainably managed forests, inter alia, through identifying and re-moving unintended impediments and setting appropriate incentives" and "enhance the competitiveness of the forest sector by promoting innovation and entrepreneurship among all relevant stakeholders, notably for the efficient provision of new and improved wood and non-wood goods and services".



Full reference
Resolution 2 ,3

Related to

The Second Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe (1993)
• The Sixth Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe (2011)
• The Third Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe (1998)

Policy
Year 2003
Policy area Forestry
Affected activity Harvesting/Production, Innovation/R&D
Affected actors
Products All NWFP
Subject NWFP
Promoter/initiator
Zone
Countries EU countries
Regions (NUTS 2)
Focus on NWFP
Document category Resolution
Instrument type
Legal status Non-binding
Geographical scope International
More information about properties



Affected activityHarvesting/Production + and Innovation/R&D +
ClassPolicy +
CountriesEU countries +
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Full referenceResolution 2 ,3 +
Geographical scopeInternational +
Lcnamethe fourth ministerial conference on the protection of forests in europe +
Legal statusNon-binding +
NameThe Fourth Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe +
Policy areaForestry +
ProductsAll NWFP +
SubjectNWFP +
Year2003 +