Developments in the Romanian forestry and its linkages with other sectors

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dc.contributor.author Abrudan, Ioan Vasile
dc.contributor.author Ioras, Florin
dc.contributor.author Marinescu, Viorel
dc.contributor.author Ioenscu, Ovidio
dc.contributor.author Horodnic, Sergio Andrei
dc.contributor.author Sestras, Radu
dc.date.accessioned 2012-05-10T18:13:57Z
dc.date.available 2012-05-10T18:13:57Z
dc.date.issued 2012-05-10
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/281
dc.description.abstract Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca, 37 (14-21(2009) The evolution of the forestry sector in the last two decades in Romania has been significantly influenced by the post 1989 political and economic changes, forest restitution and the European Union accession process. Based on the analysis of forestry statistics, legislation and institutional changes this paper underlines the main developments in the forestry sector in the last twenty years and the linkages with other sectors that had an impact on its development. The significant change in forest ownership (based on which 45% of the Romanian forest is nowadays in non-state hands), the unprecedented re-organisation of the forest sector through the institutional separation of the regulatory, control and forest management functions, the changes in forest administration (including the establishment of more than 110 private forest districts) and the full privatisation of the wood harvesting and processing sector complemented by foreign investments have shaped the forest sector development in a context in which the forest resource remained almost unchanged. Major developments have been recorded in the establishment and management of large protected areas as National Forest Administration Romsilva is currently administrating 22 national and nature parks. Both positive and negative interactions of forestry with environmental protection, wood processing, agriculture, rural development, road infrastructure and tourism sectors have also impacted the evolution of the forest sector. Development policy options recommended by authors include among others the strengthening of the public authority responsible for forestry, reorganisation of the state forest administration and supporting the access of forest owners to the national and EU funding and compensation schemes for forestry. en_US
dc.subject Romanian forestry en_US
dc.subject Forestry en_US
dc.subject Cross-sectoral en_US
dc.subject Forest policy en_US
dc.subject Land restitution en_US
dc.title Developments in the Romanian forestry and its linkages with other sectors en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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