Canadian Forest Service Publications
Managing Canada’s forests under a new social contract. 2005. Wang, S. The Forestry Chronicle 81: 486-490.
Available from: Pacific Forestry Centre
Catalog ID: 25692
Changes in human attitudes and societal values significantly influence forest management objectives and approaches. There are important signs indicating the emergence of a new social contract for forestry on Crown lands in Canada. From the perspective of forest companies, it is imperative to manage forests for multiple purposes under a tiered and nested relationship with various stakeholders. Resource professionals, including foresters, face several challenges in their effort to facilitate innovative institutional reforms and manage forests across scales.