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Additionallya range of other stakeholders including the gener- 32 al public, First Nations, non-governmental organisations and scientists interpret policies from their own perspective. Existing SFM concepts and multiple trajectories towards its realisation Definitions of SFM Internationally, sustainable development in forest and woodland has been promoted in two types of processes (Rametsteiner and Wijewardana 2004). The first is focused entirely on the development of criteria and indicators promoting, facilitating and documenting the status of forests and forest management largely at the national level but also at the forest management unit level.

1998, Seymour and Hunter 1999, Angelstam and Kuuluvainen 2004). However, as the practical application lags behind, this step should rather be called sustained yield based on multiple use (Davis et al. 2001) sustaining primarily wood production, game, recreation, and biodiversity in the short 30 term (Raivio et a1. 2001, Burton et a1. 2003). In order to ensure an ecologically sustainable development in landscapes where forests and woodlands are important elements, criteria and indicators to measure the progress must be combined with performance targets allowing assessment of the degree to which sustainability has been achieved (Davis et a1.

In this context, it has also to be noted that, if the forest sector does not come to fix a basic charter soon, policy about nature conservation, water, energy, climate, landscape, etc. will continue to erode the forest sector's effectiveness as a selfstanding centre of governance. The real debate will probably start by the end of 2004 with ten new member states in the European Union, several of which have valuable forest resources regarding all dimensions of SFM. Different trajectories towards SFM Depending on the initial conditions there are several possible trajectories towards implementing SFM policies.

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