Forestry education in Brazil: an overview of its evolution

Kengen, Sebastiao
March 2013
CFA Newsletter;Mar2013, Issue 60, p9
The article provides an overview of the forestry education in Brazil. It highlights the launch of the National Programmefo Pulp and Paper and the National Metallurgy Based on Charcoal programs aimed at promoting forestry development. It cites the development of an emphasis on the relationship between forest resources and environment allied to forest ecological functions.


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