EBALAC project closure

At the end of August 2012 came the closure of EBALAC project(Etudes de la Biomasse Aérienne Ligneuse des forêts d'Afrique Centrale) implemented by Gembloux Argo-Bio Tech (GxABT, ULG) and Nature + within the forests managed by Pallisco. The objective of this project aimed at quantifying the carbon fixation in the Central Africa forests and at adopting price lists for big wood volume. The results pulled from this project could be possibly valued by Pallisco within the framework of the project REDD (Reduction des Emissions dues à Dégradation et à la Déforestation). Download the paper produced by GxABT

World publications

Summary of the 2013 publications

- Four articles written by Mr. Philippe Lamotte following his visit in Pallisco concessions.

World publications

Through various partnerships signed with different international and local research organizations, the concessions managed by Pallisco create an ideal framework for scientific research. So done, Pallisco contributes to a better understanding of the ecosystems of which it manages 342 000 ha. As example of research in our concessions, you will find on our website five international publications written in partnership with the Laboratoire de Foresterie Tropicale de Gembloux AgroBioTech published since the beginning of the year 2011.

NB: These publications are in English

Cameroon Tribune, 02 september 2011 (fichier jpg de 400 ko)

- A clip from D. Bay on Pallisco & CIFM (2011)

- ATIBT Letter No. 25, Editorial :
"Moabi, source of conflict ...".

- Parks and Reserves, Volume 62 No. 2, June 2007 :
"Moabi, a logging flagship species in Central Africa".

- Parks and Reserves, Volume 62 No. 2, June 2007 :
"The human factor in integrated forest management". (french)".

- WWF Global Forest Trade Network Newsletter, February 2009 :
"GFTN on the ground", Pallisco contribution to the certification of 1.5 million ha.

- Communication of FSC International on Pallisco-CIFM´s FSC certification (27/02/2009) :
"FSC Weekly News Update - 27 Feb 2009".
Go to the page in question on FSC website.
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