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Forêts françaises en crise : nature, climat, société. Analyse et propositions des ONG de conservation de la nature

Abstract : The six conservation NGOs that wrote this article present their arguments for an evolution of the French forest policy. Their arguments are based on 5 main principles for the management of forest commons, i.e. 1) ensure a multifunctional management valuing all the ecological services of forests, 2) place biodiversity at the heart of forest policies to adapt management more easily, 3) be more aware of societal expectations in order to better meet them, 4) enable forests and foresters to fully respond to the unprecedented challenges of the climate crisis, and 5) integrate forests into land planning as a green infrastructure of the economy. Then, the six NGOs recommend a general political orientation basing any forestry policy on the constitutional environmental charter of 2004, and they propose 21 structural or operational measures.
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Bernard Chevassus-Au-Louis, Michel Badré, Patrick Hirbec, Adeline Favrel, Sarah Khatib, et al.. Forêts françaises en crise : nature, climat, société. Analyse et propositions des ONG de conservation de la nature. Revue forestière française, AgroParisTech, 2020, 72 (4), pp.287-295. ⟨hal-03206366⟩

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