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|Strategic planning in the forest sector developed timber-producing countries as a key tool for the rational use of natural resources
|Astratova, G. V.
Pryadilina, N. K.
Klimuk, V. V.
|Astratova G. V. Strategic planning in the forest sector developed timber-producing countries as a key tool for the rational use of natural resources / G. V. Astratova, N. K. Pryadilina, V. V. Klimuk. — DOI 10.1051/e3sconf/202126504019 // E3S Web of Conferences. — 2021. — Vol. 265. — 04019.
|The problem of rational use of resources is a priority for all mankind, which is confirmed by the presence of many national and interstate programs in the field of environmental management, resource conservation and improving the efficiency of environmental management. Forest complex play a special role in the rational use of natural resources. Forestry has a long process of reproduction, so a set of measures for the use, safety, integrity, reproduction of forests and the balance of the forest resources market conjuncture is necessary. A long-term national strategy is needed to achieve sustainable economic growth. Canada, Sweden, Finland, Latvia, Belarus, and China have national strategies for the forest sector development on 10-20-50 years. The strategic planning process in the forest sector is ambiguous and controversial; it includes the coordination of different interests of actors and economic-mathematical modelling, assessment of the effectiveness of environmental management and resource management. The research objective: strategic planning analysis in the above-mentioned countries forest complex in the context of natural resources rational using. The following factors were identified: the sequence of making economically significant decisions by the State; the strengthening role of the public in the decision-making process on the forest resources rational using. © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2021.
NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
DECISION MAKING PROCESS
STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS
SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH
TIMBER PRODUCING COUNTRIES
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