Given the extent of production forests, which is much larger than protected areas, sustainable logging, through timber concessions with forest management plans, can be a valuable tool for forest conservation, combining biodiversity conservation, economic production, and local development. To that end, several institutional players have been supporting the implementation of management plans in logging concessions in the Congo Basin for over twenty years.
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