Natural capital and ecosystem service: Sustainable forest management and climate change. Journal of Forest Economics. Editorial.

Natural capital and ecosystem service: Sustainable forest management and climate change. Journal of Forest Economics (ECONLIT, SCOPUS and ISI Listed, Impact Factor: 1.408 and 5-Year: 2.008). Editorial. In common with S. Managi (2020).



Forests provide various benefits like among others regulation of global climate and ecosystems, provision of raw materials and wild foods for local communities, watershed protection for a region and carbon sequestration. This implies that forests conservation is quite important. Sustainable forest management has to keep the balance between ecological, economic and socio-cultural aspects. Selected papers in this special issue of “Natural capital and ecosystem service: Sustainable forest management and climate change” in Journal of Forest Economics include contributions to provide guidance to policy-makers and government officials in designing new policy scenarios for sustainable forest management.