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Implementación de la ley forestal y de fauna silvestre caso de Ucayali en período / Lissette Canseco Puelles.() /SD P4 C Currently the Peruvian legislation regarding forest animals is mainly contained in the Ley Forestal y de Fauna Silvestre N° , introduced in , which. Ley , Ley de Transparencia y Acceso a la Información Pública Wildlife Law Ley , Ley del Canon / Canon Law Ley , Ley Forestal y de Fauna .

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We focus on the technical aspects driving the overall illegal forrestal crisis and do not address the important associated social issues. Ley Forestal y de Fauna Silvestre. Corruption and illegal logging in Ghana. Land-use allocation protects the Peruvian Amazon.

See text for category explanations. Our analysis indicates that logging is not contained to delimited concessions and continues to threaten all forested areas, including protected areas and indigenous territories. Likewise, the main field inspection also occurs post-harvest.

Under the current system, the two main ways to identify illegal logging—discovery of timber in transit without GTFs or post-harvest OSINFOR inspection—come far too late to be effective Until the legal system shifts the focus away from transit documents and towards verifying extraction of wood at the source and the subsequent chain of custody, widespread illegal logging will likely persist.

For example, if the concessionaire harvested a tree, the inspector should find evidence, such as a freshly cut stump, at that location. In particular, illegal logging is widespread throughout the tropics, and corruption is a commonly cited cause 345678.

Logging Concessions Enable Illegal Logging Crisis in the Peruvian Amazon

Sears and Pinedo-Vasquez 16 leey regular inconsistencies between the location of the authorized logging areas and the actual origin of the raw logs through interviews with loggers arriving to a port in southern Loreto.

In summary, we find that the following scenario is common: Many of the violations pertain to the illegal extraction of CITES-listed timber species outside authorized areas. The role of governance and norms in Peru. Grounds for revoking harvesting rights. These data reflected conditions as of August 29, We present evidence that Peru’s legal logging concession system is enabling the widespread illegal logging via the regulatory documents designed to ensure sustainable logging.

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Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Grounds for cancellation of a concession.

At the heart of the problem is that authorities only check the regulatory documents in transport or at port arrival, well after the timber has left the forest. In the larger context, reconciling forest conservation and logging cannot be attained until timber extraction is contained to authorized concessions and not rampant throughout the landscape.

Forest policy reform and the organization of logging in Peruvian Amazonia. The majority of logging concessions are enabling illegal logging outside the approved concession area.

The images in this article are included in the article’s Creative Commons license, unless indicated otherwise in the image credit; if the image is not included under the Creative Commons license, users will need to obtain permission from the license holder in order to reproduce the image. Subsequently, the US—Peru Trade Promotion Agreement TPAwhich entered into force in Februarycontained an important annex aimed at strengthening Peru’s forest sector governance and sustainable management of forest resources Volume non-cedar documented in Balance of Extraction not from concession unit.

This concept assumes that selectively logged concessions can maintain forest cover across the landscape better than other land uses, such as agriculture.

Ley Nº 28852 – Ley de promoción de la inversión privada para la reforestación y agroforestería.

This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. It is worth noting that although the illegal extraction of mahogany does not seem to be a major problem in Loreto OSINFOR cited the illegal extraction of mahogany in just 5. Failure to comply with established harvesting methods. Another common problem was that the extracted trees documented in the Balance of Extraction were not actually extracted from the indicated parcel. To view a copy of this license, visit http: Instead, they become a tradable item and enable loggers to launder timber extracted outside of authorized areas Failure to pay for harvesting rights.

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Table 1 Status of logging concessions in the Peruvian Amazon. Status of logging concessions in the Peruvian Amazon. Authorized timber cedar in the POA left standing.

Spatial data of logging concessions. This framework features a General Forest Management Plan hereafter PGMF for the Spanish acronymwhereby the concessionaire projects what trees they expect to extract over the next five years, and a more detailed Firestal Operating Plan hereafter POA for the Spanish acronym for each year of operation Corruption in Peru aids cutting of rain forest.

Leg there is a significantly improved regulatory system in place, consisting of both improved enforcement and legal reforms, it will remain difficult forestla control the Peruvian forestry sector and effectively restrict logging to authorized areas PLoS One 5e Of the six concessions with mahogany violations, four were documented after Lam Tac forest hijackers in practice and talk.

Sustainable logging in the tropics is a commonly ely goal at the international level, but has been difficult to achieve on the ground in all three major tropical forest regions 12. Environmental Investigation Agency, Tree marked as cedar in the POA found to be another species.

Concessions labeled in our system as Active—Supervised encompass a range of supervision outcomes: We present evidence that Peru’s legal logging concession system, established in the Forestry Law and later reinforced by the US—Peru TPA, is enabling widespread illegal logging.

Waiver of concession rights by the concessionaire. However, comprehensive and quantitative analyses of precisely how existing legal frameworks facilitate this illegal logging are rare.