Forestry in FAO | Land Portal

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décembre 1985
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FAODOCREP:45886b3d-e774-5df9-93cc-cf7d1c362829
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This issue of Unasylva focuses on the fortieth anniversary of FAO - -and, in particular, on 40 years of work by FAO's Forestry Department. Here, and in the two issues that follow, we will, in addition to publishing articles on important forestry topics, be reprinting selected excerpts from early issues of Unasylva. This issue, for example, includes the major portion of an article from the very first Unasylva: "The disappearance of the tropical forests of Africa,'' by Andr Marie A. Aubrville, an article that, 38 years later, seems prophetic - especially during a year when FAO is making a major new effort to address the crisis in Africa.

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Forestry Department
Office of Assistant Director-General (Forestry Department)

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