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Reports & Research
December 1999
Dominica
Fiji
Mauritius
Dominican Republic
Samoa
Micronesia
Vanuatu
Tonga
Haiti
Cook Islands
Comoros
Guyana
Cape Verde
Trinidad and Tobago
Suriname
Maldives
Palau
Marshall Islands
Belize
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Grenada
Jamaica
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Cuba
Malta
Guinea
Solomon Islands
Seychelles
Kiribati
Tuvalu
Nauru
Saint Lucia
Sao Tome and Principe
Bahamas
Bahrain
Antigua and Barbuda
Barbados
Papua New Guinea
Niue
Americas
Europe
Asia
Africa
Oceania

Meeting symbol/code: SIDS 99 Inf.-Sum 4

Journal Articles & Books
December 2016
France
Bangladesh
Nigeria
Belize
Mali
Zimbabwe
Suriname
Congo
Maldives
Venezuela
Guyana
Philippines
Kiribati
Myanmar
Portugal
Cuba
Bahamas
Paraguay
Gabon
Canada

L’Évaluation des ressources forestières mondiales 2015 est le fruit d’un effort collectif des pays, ayant impliqué quelque 300 correspondants nationaux, la FAO et ses partenaires. Mis en oeuvre par six partenaires dans le cadre de divers processus, le Questionnaire concerté sur les ressources forestières couvre 88 pour cent des forêts mondiales. Cette collaboration permet d’améliorer la cohérence des données tout en réduisant le fardeau des pays quant à l’établissement des rapports.

Reports & Research
December 2005
Bangladesh
Switzerland
Belgium
Mozambique
Sri Lanka
Indonesia
Pakistan
Thailand
Seychelles
Nepal
Myanmar
Cambodia
India
Maldives
Norway
Kenya
Asia

A quarterly news bulletin dedicated to the exchange of information relating to wildlife and national resources management for the Asia-Pacific region.

Journal Articles & Books
December 1997
Japan
Denmark
Sri Lanka
Indonesia
Australia
India
Maldives
Thailand
Asia

For much of the world's tropical population, coral reefs are synonymous with reef fish and edible marine invertebrates. Reef-related fisheries are important to small-scale fisherfolk, as a source of both protein and livelihood security for local coastal communities. In all of Asia, coral reef resources play a role in the food and livelihood security of coastal communities. Perhaps nowhere in Asia in this role more important than in the Maldives.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2013
Qatar
France
Honduras
Japan
Nicaragua
Chile
Australia
Ireland
Canada
Venezuela
United Kingdom
Samoa
Maldives
Kenya

The purpose of the United Nations challenge badges is to raise awareness, educate and, most of all, motivate young people to change their behaviour and be active agents of change in their local communities. Challenge badges are appropriate for use with school classes and youth groups, and are endorsed by WAGGGS and WOSM. They include a wide range of activities and ideas that can easily be adapted by teachers or leaders.

Reports & Research
December 1999
Dominica
Fiji
Mauritius
Dominican Republic
Samoa
Micronesia
Vanuatu
Tonga
Haiti
Cook Islands
Comoros
Guyana
Cape Verde
Trinidad and Tobago
Suriname
Maldives
Palau
Marshall Islands
Belize
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Grenada
Jamaica
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Cuba
Malta
Guinea
Solomon Islands
Seychelles
Kiribati
Tuvalu
Nauru
Saint Lucia
Sao Tome and Principe
Bahamas
Bahrain
Antigua and Barbuda
Barbados
Papua New Guinea
Niue
Americas
Europe
Asia
Africa
Oceania

Meeting symbol/code: SIDS 99 Inf.5

Policy Papers & Briefs
December 1995
Bangladesh
United States of America
Japan
Malaysia
Denmark
Sri Lanka
Indonesia
United Kingdom
Netherlands
India
Maldives
Thailand
Asia

This is a weighty report of formidable bulk and understandably so. Rarely has a Workshop in Bangladesh or anywhere else been so comprehensive in mandate or assembled such an array of fisheries expertise. Why was the workshop held? Quite simply, to give effect to Bangladesh's vision of fisheries development and management, set forth in its Perspective Development Plan for 1995-2010.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2012
Angola
Algeria
Egypt
Bangladesh
Niger
Liechtenstein
Somalia
Namibia
Bulgaria
Bolivia
Ghana
Pakistan
Cape Verde
Jordan
Liberia
Libya
Vietnam
Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Tanzania
Portugal
Cambodia
Ethiopia
Paraguay
Saudi Arabia
Lebanon
Slovenia
Burkina Faso
Slovakia
Mauritania
Croatia
Chile
China
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Jamaica
Djibouti
Guinea
Finland
Uruguay
Thailand
Seychelles
Nepal
Laos
Yemen
Philippines
South Africa
Kiribati
Uganda
Syrian Arab Republic
Nicaragua
Kazakhstan
Niue
Dominica
Benin
Nigeria
Belgium
Togo
Zimbabwe
Sri Lanka
United Kingdom
Malawi
Costa Rica
Cameroon
Morocco
Lesotho
Tokelau
Turkmenistan
Trinidad and Tobago
Netherlands
Iraq
Chad
Georgia
Montenegro
Mongolia
Marshall Islands
Belize
Afghanistan
Burundi
Belarus
Grenada
Greece
Andorra
Rwanda
Tajikistan
Haiti
Mexico
Saint Lucia
India
Latvia
Bhutan
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Malaysia
Norway
Czech Republic
Antigua and Barbuda
Fiji
Honduras
Mauritius
Dominican Republic
Luxembourg
Israel
San Marino
Peru
Indonesia
Vanuatu
Macedonia
Suriname
Congo
Iceland
Cook Islands
Comoros
Colombia
Botswana
Nauru
Moldova
Sao Tome and Principe
Madagascar
Ecuador
Senegal
Maldives
Serbia
France
Lithuania
Mozambique
Zambia
Samoa
Holy See
Guatemala
Denmark
Germany
Australia
Austria
Venezuela
Iran
Palau
Kenya
Turkey
Albania
Oman
Tuvalu
Myanmar
Brunei Darussalam
Tunisia
Russia
Barbados
Brazil
Canada
Equatorial Guinea
United States of America
Qatar
Sweden
Ukraine
Guinea-Bissau
Swaziland
Tonga
Ivory Coast
Republic of Korea
Guyana
Switzerland
Cyprus
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Singapore
Azerbaijan
Uzbekistan
Central African Republic
Poland
Kuwait
Gambia
Eritrea
Gabon
Estonia
Spain
Faroe Islands
El Salvador
Mali
Ireland
Malta
South Sudan
Sierra Leone
Panama
Bahamas
Solomon Islands
New Zealand
Monaco
Italy
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Japan
Kyrgyzstan
Armenia
Micronesia
United Arab Emirates
Argentina
Sudan
Bahrain
Hungary
Papua New Guinea
Cuba
Americas
Northern America
Europe
Asia
Africa
Global
Oceania
Journal Articles & Books
December 1993
France
Bangladesh
United States of America
Japan
China
Myanmar
Canada
India
Italy
Maldives
Mexico
Thailand
Netherlands
Africa
Asia

The importance of base-line reliable data on resource inventory for planning and management for sustainable exploitation of aquatic resources both in inland and marine sectors needs not to be over emphasised. They become all the more important in the highly dynamic situations of Bangladesh. Already terrestrial ecosystem is threatened with fast shrinking man land ratio. Population already stands above 110 million in the land of 55,598 square miles and expected to rise as high as 200 million by 2025. Every child born today would need 0.08 ha.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2005
Fiji
Bangladesh
Micronesia
Sri Lanka
Indonesia
Iran
Pakistan
Thailand
Nepal
Republic of Korea
Philippines
Kiribati
Malaysia
Turkmenistan
Uzbekistan
Myanmar
Cambodia
India
Kazakhstan
Bhutan
Maldives
Tajikistan
Mongolia
Asia

This is the twenty-second issue of the above publication, a comprehensive and detailed compilation of statistics on farming, livestock, fishery, forestry and nutrition in Asia-Pacific countries for the decade 1994-2004. Statistics are listed separately for developing countries (including transition economies) and developed countries in the region. The publication uses mostly FAO statistics based on information provided by member countries. Included is a table reporting on the status of organic farming in the region and a section on country profiles.