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Preface
1. INTRODUCTION
Background
Objectives
Key elements
Methodology
2. CURRENT STATE OF FORESTS AND FORESTRY IN INDIA
The forest resources
Trends in forest resources
Growing stock
State of forest management
Joint forest management
Diversion of forestland for non-forestry purposes
Conservation status of forests
Forestry and livelihoods
Expansion of plantation programmes
Biodiversity conservation
Wood and wood products
Forest industries
Timber trade
Fuelwood production and trade
Trees outside forests (TOF)
Non-wood forest products
Service functions of forests
Economic valuation of forests in the Indian context
Forest institutions
Funding of forestry
Human resource development
Role of public and private sectors
Research and development
Overall state of forests: dynamics of change in forest conditions
3. DRIVERS OF CHANGE
Demographic change
Primary production
Infrastructure and industrial growth
Urbanization
Economic changes
Climate change
Political and institutional environment
Impacts on forests
Growth pattern in demand for wood
Trees Outside Forests (TOF)
Trends and changes for reflecting the true economic value of forests
Inter-sectoral linkages and economic growth
Trends in the overall development
Future energy demand and its implications on forests
Impact of globalization
Technological changes within and outside the forest sector
Environmental issues and their impact on the forest sector
Forestry research
Forestry education
4. PROBABLE SCENARIOS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS
Rationale for scenario definition
Elements used in defining scenarios
External drivers
The business-as-usual scenario
Probable shifts and alternative scenarios
The most likely situation
5. VISUALIZING 2020
Forest cover
Area under sustainable forest management
Biodiversity and wildlife conservation
State of forest industries
Future forestry institutions
Policy and legal framework
Long-term shift in increased use of forests for their service functions
Energy uses and their likely scenario
Future of NWFPs
Urban forestry
Forests and water
Forests as carbon sequesters
Social functions of forests
Forest and employment generation
An overview of the future of the country’s forests and forestry in 2020
6. CREATING A BETTER FUTURE
Responding to the changing societal needs
Policy changes within and outside the forestry sector
Institutional changes
7. CONCLUSION
8. REFERENCES
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