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Tumusiime, D. M., Vedeld, P., & Gombya-Ssembajjwe, W. (2011). Breaking the Law? Illegal Livelihoods from a Protected Area in Uganda. Forest Policy and Economics, 13, 273-283.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2011.02.001

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  • TITLE: Illegal Logging and Related Trade: Who Combat It as Legal Subjects?

    AUTHORS: Jing Qian, Bin Xu, Hongqiang Yang, Ying Nie

    KEYWORDS: Illegal Logging and Related Trade, Legal Subjects, Rule of Law, Sustainable Forestry Development

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Forestry, Vol.6 No.1, January 19, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Issue on illegal logging and related trade is a hot topic for the international community. It has brought the negative effects to the sustainable development on global society, economy and ecology, which is also one of the main objectives of international cooperation to combat with. At present, subjects of international law play a decisive role in combating illegal logging and related trade. The subjects of international law generally refer to states, intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) and part of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), which can have an independent international legal personality, enjoy rights and assume obligations of international law. As a responsible big country of the international community and state member of intergovernmental organizations and international treaties of forest resources protection, China ought to fully perform the obligations of international law. In face of illegal logging and related trade around the world, China should rationally tackle with it, resolutely crack down on it, and finally choose the sustainable development strategy based on rule of law.