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Monitoring the forest sector in Nicaragua: plenty of evidence, more actions neededTags: south america, deforestation, enforcement, transparency, government, IFM

A report published this week by Global Witness, the Independent Forest Monitor in Nicaragua, documents weaknesses in the management of forests that pose a serious threat to future environmental and economic security.

Despite budgetary limitations, the current administration of the Nicaraguan Forest Authority, INAFOR (Instituto Nacional Forestal) has made important efforts to improve the transparency and probity of the institution, but insufficient enforcement capacity prevails, which, coupled with long-standing poor practice on the ground, creates the conditions to leave the door open to illegal practices... [Continue]

Monitoring the forest sector in Nicaragua: plenty of evidence, more actions neededTags: south america, deforestation, enforcement, transparency, government, IFM

A report published this week by Global Witness, the Independent Forest Monitor in Nicaragua, documents weaknesses in the management of forests that pose a serious threat to future environmental and economic security.

Despite budgetary limitations, the current administration of the Nicaraguan Forest Authority, INAFOR (Instituto Nacional Forestal) has made important efforts to improve the transparency and probity of the institution, but insufficient enforcement capacity prevails, which, coupled with long-standing poor practice on the ground, creates the conditions to leave the door open to illegal practices..... [Continue]

Monitoring the forest sector in Nicaragua: plenty of evidence, more actions neededTags: south america, deforestation, enforcement, transparency, government, IFM

A report published this week by Global Witness, the Independent Forest Monitor in Nicaragua, documents weaknesses in the management of forests that pose a serious threat to future environmental and economic security.

Despite budgetary limitations, the current administration of the Nicaraguan Forest Authority, INAFOR (Instituto Nacional Forestal) has made important efforts to improve the transparency and probity of the institution, but insufficient enforcement capacity prevails, which, coupled with long-standing poor practice on the ground, creates the conditions to leave the door open to illegal practices....... [Continue]

Monitoring the forest sector in Nicaragua: plenty of evidence, more actions neededTags: south america, deforestation, enforcement, transparency, government, IFM

A report published this week by Global Witness, the Independent Forest Monitor in Nicaragua, documents weaknesses in the management of forests that pose a serious threat to future environmental and economic security.

Despite budgetary limitations, the current administration of the Nicaraguan Forest Authority, INAFOR (Instituto Nacional Forestal) has made important efforts to improve the transparency and probity of the institution, but insufficient enforcement capacity prevails, which, coupled with long-standing poor practice on the ground, creates the conditions to leave the door open to illegal practices......... [Continue]

Monitoring the forest sector in Nicaragua: plenty of evidence, more actions neededTags: south america, deforestation, enforcement, transparency, government, IFM

A report published this week by Global Witness, the Independent Forest Monitor in Nicaragua, documents weaknesses in the management of forests that pose a serious threat to future environmental and economic security.

Despite budgetary limitations, the current administration of the Nicaraguan Forest Authority, INAFOR (Instituto Nacional Forestal) has made important efforts to improve the transparency and probity of the institution, but insufficient enforcement capacity prevails, which, coupled with long-standing poor practice on the ground, creates the conditions to leave the door open to illegal practices........... [Continue]

Monitoring the forest sector in Nicaragua: plenty of evidence, more actions neededTags: south america, deforestation, enforcement, transparency, government, IFM

A report published this week by Global Witness, the Independent Forest Monitor in Nicaragua, documents weaknesses in the management of forests that pose a serious threat to future environmental and economic security.

Despite budgetary limitations, the current administration of the Nicaraguan Forest Authority, INAFOR (Instituto Nacional Forestal) has made important efforts to improve the transparency and probity of the institution, but insufficient enforcement capacity prevails, which, coupled with long-standing poor practice on the ground, creates the conditions to leave the door open to illegal practices............. [Continue]

Monitoring the forest sector in Nicaragua: plenty of evidence, more actions neededTags: south america, deforestation, enforcement, transparency, government, IFM

A report published this week by Global Witness, the Independent Forest Monitor in Nicaragua, documents weaknesses in the management of forests that pose a serious threat to future environmental and economic security.

Despite budgetary limitations, the current administration of the Nicaraguan Forest Authority, INAFOR (Instituto Nacional Forestal) has made important efforts to improve the transparency and probity of the institution, but insufficient enforcement capacity prevails, which, coupled with long-standing poor practice on the ground, creates the conditions to leave the door open to illegal practices............... [Continue]