Planted Teak: Global Production and Markets, with reference to Solomon Islands

This publication has been done as part of the Pacific Agribusiness Research for Development Initiative (PARDI). Funded by Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research  (ACIAR) and managed through the University of Queensland, PARDI seeks to create sustainable livelihood development outcomes for the South Pacific forestry, fisheries and crop-based sectors through research related to improving value chains. The study of teak markets was conducted under the PARDI project entitled ‘Development of a market mechanism for teak and other high-value timber in the Western Province of Solomon Islands’.

The authors of this publication are Stephen Midgley, R.T. Somaiya, P.R. Stevens, Alan Brown,  Nguyen Duc Kien and Richard Laity

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TEAKNET Partner Event in the 4th ICPF 2018

  

TEAKNET Partner Event in the

4th International Congress on Planted Forests

23-27 October 2018, Beijing, China

 

TEAKNET will be participating and organizing a Partner Event during the 4th International Congress on Planted Forests with the support of FAO and IUFRO Teakwood Working Party (Div.5.06.2). Teaknet Event is in Session A-01 entitled 'Mainstreaming high-quality timber production from planted teak forests and efforts for conservation of teak genetic resources'.

A detailed programme schedule is given below and we invite all the delegates to attend our Event. 

 

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