The case study compares the experience and impact of two contrasting examples of independent monitoring in the forest sector of Cambodia.
This paper describes the contextual factors that led to the development of the Outsourced National Forest Control System, its specific legislation and architecture, and the main reasons for its fall.
Forest products verification in Nepal and the work of the Commission to Investigate the Abuse of Authority
This study briefly describes the systems to verify all kinds of products from all types of forests, but focuses mostly on the timber trade from government and community forests.
This case study examines the role of the Forest Practices Board, an independent public watchdog in the forest sector of British Columbia.
This paper provides the legal and institutional context of MFPC as a supplement to the original paper of the same title (Cruz and Tapia, 2005).