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World Wildlife Day

2021 Theme: Forests and livelihoods: sustaining people and planet

International Day of Forests

2021 Theme: Forest restoration: a path to recovery and well-being

World Wildlife Day (3 March) celebrates and raises awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants, and to shed light on the state of our planet’s forests and the preservation of the millions of livelihoods that depend directly on them. The Day also aims to discuss the threats these communities are facing and the
urgent need for everyone to take actions to help conserve wildlife and ensure its continued use is sustainable.

International Day of Forests (21 March) celebrates and raises awareness of the importance of forests. Their sustainable management and use of resources
are key to combating climate change, alleviating poverty and contributing to the prosperity and well-being of current and future generations. Countries are
encouraged to undertake local, national and international efforts to organize activities, such as tree planting campaigns.

Below are resources that Taylor & Francis would like to share in celebration of these Days, and will be available until 26 March.

Article Journal
Linking ecosystem services and economic development for optimizing land use change in the poverty areas Ecosystem Health and Sustainability
Fertilization and clear-cutting effect on greenhouse gases emission of pinewood nematode damaged Masson pine plantation Ecosystem Health and Sustainability
Incorporating carbon sink of harvested wood products into ecological footprint accounting: model and case study Ecosystem Health and Sustainability
Species composition, stand structure, and regeneration status of tree species in dry Afromontane forests of Awi Zone, northwestern Ethiopia Ecosystem Health and Sustainability
Regulating wildlife conservation and food safety to prevent human exposure to novel virus Ecosystem Health and Sustainability
Forest-based livelihood choices and their determinants in Western Kenya Forest Science and Technology
Non-timber forest product utilization under community forest management in northern Thailand Forest Science and Technology
Preferences for ecosystem services provided by urban forests in South Korea Forest Science and Technology
Soil properties after forest rehabilitation by planting teak and mahogany in Java, Indonesia Forest Science and Technology
Commodifying the community forestry: a case from scientific forestry practices in Western Hills of Nepal Journal of Forest Research
Perceptions of local communities on mangrove forests, their services and management: implications for Eco-DRR and blue carbon management for Eastern Samar, Philippines Journal of Forest Research
From joint forest management to more smallholder-based community forestry: prospects and challenges in Java, Indonesia Journal of Forest Research
Policy effects for forest conservation and local livelihood improvements in Vietnam: a case study on Bach Ma National Park Journal of Forest Research
Coppice restoration and conservation: a European perspective Journal of Forest Research

FreeBook: Wildlife Conservation

Read from a curated selection of chapters of inter-disciplinary approaches
to conservation, wildlife and the environment.

Sustainable Development Goals

Both Days aim to discuss establishing a sustainable model of interaction between humanity and one of its most important natural providers. This is
in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),
including Goals 1, 2, 12, 13 and 15.

Visit Taylor & Francis' Sustainable Development Goals Online, a curated
library dedicated to the SDGs of various resources on the goals.

Interested to view more resources?

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social science, humanities, science, technology, engineering and medicine
for your research purposes.