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Social and Economic Effects of Forest Management Certification: a Case of Jeju Experimental Forest
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Social and Economic Effects of Forest Management Certification: a Case of Jeju Experimental Forest
Lee, Seong Youn; Lee, Ho Sang; Chung, Young Gyo; Joo, Rin Won;
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 Abstract
The purposes of the research in related to FSC in JuJe experimental forests (JJEFs) is to make pre and post socio-economic comparisons and play an important role of FSC, and recognition change to FSC timbers and to make an analysis to consumers' needs. As the results of onsite survey in 2005, respondents show a high awareness of SFM and FSC in comparisons of 2004, and the JJEFs play a critical role to make SFM and FSC advertisement worldwide, such as consumers' satisfaction to SFM and FSC is high. Hence provision of JJEF information such as job creation and socio-economic impacts to stockholders could make their satisfaction improving. Most of respondents to the FSC of JJEF represent a positive rate while low awareness to FSC timber is represented. Therefore, necessary information about JJEF FSC with forest management, process and consumption pattern of FSC is required into citizens. The final results prove that FSC effects such as 1.3 billion won direct additional benefits in terms of socio-economic aspects including environmental benefits and job creation and economic effects are enough to offset 1.3 billion won additional costs.
 Keywords
forest stewardship certification;forest management certification;social and economic effects;certification timber;sufficiency analysis;
 Language
Korean
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