- UK firms can weather Brazil's mahogany ban. Dixon, Audrey // Cabinet Maker;11/2/2001, Issue 5262, p3
Reports the effects of Brazilian government's ban on mahogany exporting to the furniture firms in Great Britain. Impact of the ban on the production of mahogany products on furniture industry; Demand of consumers on using mahogany; Names of companies as being recipients of the alleged illegally...
- Mahogany. BARNES, KENNETH // National Geographic;Aug2013, Vol. 224 Issue 2, p7
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article in the April 2013 issue which discusses how U.S. demand for mahogany has depleted the mahogany forests of Peru.
- Greens lose case. // Forestry & British Timber;Sep2002, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p12
Reports that an appeal judgment has gone against environmental group Greenpeace which was attempting to force the Great Britain government to seize imports of Brazilian mahogany which it claimed had been illegally logged.
- Cites Appendix III Export Permit need not be Challenged by Importing State Authority. // Journal of Environmental Law;2003, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p341
Analyzes the judgment and law applied in the endangered species trade case `The Queen on the Application of Greenpeace Ltd. v. Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and Her Majesty's Commission of Customs and Excise' in Great Britain in 2002. Regulation of international...
- Causal relationships between African mahoganies exports and deforestation in Ghana: policy implications. Danquah, Jones; Sarpong, Daniel; Pappinen, Ari // Environment, Development & Sustainability;Feb2013, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p51
When exploiting forest resources, the resource use must be sustainable if its use is to support its function in the natural ecosystem. The African mahogany, a prized timber species, is widely exploited, raising policy concerns about the management of forest resources to meet the social,...
- Tighter controls for mahogany. Barr, Catherine // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);Nov94, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p6
Reports on the proposal to list the American mahogany under the Convention for International Trade in Endangered Species. Regulation of the all international trade of American mahogany under a permit system.
- Prohibition and the Supply of Brazilian Mahogany. Chimeli, Ariaster B.; Boyd, Roy G. // Land Economics;Feb2010, Vol. 86 Issue 1, p191
We use a unique data set to investigate the economic consequences of banning the harvest and trade of Brazilian mahogany. Because we find strong evidence that mahogany is smuggled out of Brazil as "other tropical species" through formal export mechanisms, we are able to construct a time series...
- It's OK to kill elephants again. // Natural Life;Sep/Oct97, Issue 57, p7
Highlights the mixed signals offered by the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES) conference in Harare, Zimbabwe in June 1997. Delegates' approval of the conditional resumption of the ivory trade from Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana to Japan; Control and enforcement...
- CITES sacrifices mahogany. // Earth Island Journal;Winter94/95, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p16
Reports on the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species' (CITES) rejection of a proposal to regulate trade in mahogany. Significance to the timber industry.