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    Partnerships may involve individuals, communities, businesses, and organizations that work together toward a shared purpose and common goals. They can develop within and across sectors with a broad range in scale and with a diversity of actors. They are important tools in building capacity; leveraging financial, technical, and human resources; strengthening political commitment; and developing public support to advance forest sustainability. Increasingly, organizations form partnerships around emerging issues that cut across multiple sectors beyond forests. This indicator is closely linked to Indicator 7.46 describing cross-sectoral policies and programs that support the sustainable management of forests. The two indicators should be cross-referenced for complementarities.

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    McGinley, Kathleen A; Cubbage, Frederick W. 2018. U.S. Forest Sustainability Indicator 7.52. Partnerships to support the sustainable management of forests. 2 pp.

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