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MENR Policy Objective 3: Negative impacts on forests are reduced and forest resources and biodiversity are effectively protected and conserved. 3.1 Measures will be defined and taken to eliminate human-induced harmful effects and damages on forest resources, with particular attention on illegal logging, over-grazing, recreation and tourism pressures. 3.2 Forest health will be improved through enhancement and supporting of environmentally sound preventive and combating measures against pests and diseases and forest fires. 3.2.2 Preventive and combating measures, with special attention on public education, will be enhanced against forest fires. 3.1.8 Timber imports and wood substitutes use will be promoted by taking relevant measures (e.g. reducing custom duties' etc.). 3.1.8.1 Introduce amendment to reduce customs duties on timber imports.
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Score: 133140.43 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/3...3151eef97fefa5b6cbc0195be0.pdf
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Its leaves and fruit are good as relish substitutes. The fruit is used as a fermenting agent in traditional brews and makes a refreshing traditional drink when dissolved in milk. The seeds, which yield an edible substitute for vegetable oil, can also be eaten raw or roasted or ground to produce a coffee like beverage.
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Score: 182975.24 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/50061/en/
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The calculations showed that in a favourable situation as much as 97–98% of the greenhouse gas emissions could be avoided by substituting a fossil fuel with wood fuel, but even in an unfavourable situation the amount avoided should be higher than 75%.
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Score: 193433.59 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/52607/en/
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Since the Supreme Court ban on felling is still in force, the mill management knows it will have to be cautious about substituting bamboo with timber. The species of trees that the mill requires include eucalyptus, simul and nahar .
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Score: 145562.5 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/50054/en/
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That oil can also be processed into shea butter, which can be used as a substitute for cocoa butter in chocolates, and in cosmetics.
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Score: 236223.49 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/50094/en/
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"Since some of the farmers cannot afford to buy modern poultry drugs, medicinal plants work as a substitute," he says. Ziraba presented the research during a symposium on drugs discovery from African flora, organised by the Natural Research Network for Eastern and Central Africa at Hotel Africana, recently.
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Score: 112163.62 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/50115/en/
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Score: 168536.08 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/50023/en/
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The lowest figure is for demolition wood substituting oil in large combustion facilities, the highest for fuel wood used in dwellings to substitute electricity produced by coal-based power plants. (...) The most important factors were technology used for combustion, which energy that is substituted, densities, and heating values. Inputs concerning harvest, transport, and production of the wood energy are not important. (...) Tree form factor was analysed, rather than volume, to remove heteroscedasticity, and height was substituted by a hardiness coefficient to remove diameter–height correlation.
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Score: 440280.5 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/52595/en/
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In other results, the study showed that wealthier households tended to use firewood to substitute for kerosene, while poor households both used firewood and sold it to generate income. (...) Reduced number of meals per day 48.0 2. Substituted maize with non-staple foods (e.g. pumpkins, potatoes, wild foods) 45.9 3.
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Score: 246272.7 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/3...0e4c02c12fb4631039a29b0c41.pdf
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Sustainable wood value chains are critical to mitigating climate change in several ways which include carbon storage in standing forests and in harvested wood products, as well as for the substitution of fossil-based raw materials and products.
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Score: 613961.1 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/4...f1f50705e617ea9b43578f02a1.pdf
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