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Over 80% of future deforestation confined to just 11 places
Eleven places in the world will account for over 80 per cent of forest loss globally by 2030.
WWF-Germany files charges against paper retailers suspected of violating EU Timber Regulation
WWF-Germany has filed charges against a number of stationery retailers and importers selling paper ...
WWF´s “Environmental Self-check” –a free and confidential service for pulp and paper producers
With today’s launch of the online Environmental Self-check, WWF provides an improved service to ...
WWF France and Rougier to jointly advance responsible forest management and trade
WWF and Rougier entered a three-year strategic collaboration focused on advancing sustainable ...
WWF proposes a new generation of plantations that benefit the environment and communities
At its annual meeting in Chile, a WWF-led forestry platform proposes the concept of “Plantations ...
Paper too valuable to be wasted - new film
A new film, The Future of Paper, produced by the civil society coalition Environmental Paper ...
Environmental Paper Company Index 2015 – WWF invites 80 companies
WWF, the world´s largest conservation organisation, is inviting the world’s leading pulp and paper ...
More to conservation than APP's clearing halt
Two years after Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) announced a new “forest conservation” policy, APP’s pledge ...
Largest forest concession in the Congo Basin receives FSC certification
The largest contiguous forest concession in the tropics is now FSC certified.
Community forests in Gabon open economic pathways for locals, but future remains uncertain
A joint Nature Plus-WWF project called DACEFI has paved the way for community forestry to grow in ...