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25 Enclosure during the medieval and colonial eras degraded and destroyed forest commons across the world. Forest degradation in the 20th and 21st centuries has rarely been due to poorly functioning common property regimes. It is invariably the result of the enclosure of commons by state and private interests, who overexploit the forests for economic gain and who have a totally different relationship to the forest than the commoners whom they displaced. ’26 They are also often tragedies of uncontrolled access to the forest by interests that ignore traditional land claims and treat forestland as res nullius.

The result is that many incursions into the commons take place within national law, whereas many sustainably managed commons continue to have no legal status at all. The conflict between the communal ownership of local commons regimes and the legal title that is granted by the state remains central to forest politics. However, the two are not necessarily mutually exclusive: forest commons may enjoy legal title and where they do, the rights of commoners to manage their resources free of external encroachment is greatly enhanced.

However, as the consensus among the developed states was for a temporary two-year body that would incur no significant costs to developing countries, and which could have potential benefits, no opposition was expressed. Some NGOs were cautious about the need for a panel. 11 The intersessional group concluded by recommending that the CSD establish an intergovernmental panel on forests. The next major event on the international forest policy circuit was the 12th session of FAO’s Committee on Forestry in Rome, followed immediately by a ministerial meeting on forestry, also convened by the FAO, in March 1995.

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