Forest conservation news
Help save the wooden rhino
Kenyan woodcarvings make popular souvenirs and items to buy in craft shops all over Europe and ...
Cameroon's largest protected area agreed
The Government of Cameroon has agreed to merge the Boumba-Bek and the Nki Reserves in the South ...
Almost half of Sweden's forests FSC-certified
WWF, the conservation organization, today announced that one million hectares - an area one third ...
City trees: from waste to certification
The London-based non-governmental organization BioRegional Development Group was founded on the ...
12 per cent of Swiss timber production FSC-certified by the end of 2000
WWF, the conservation organization, today announced that 12 per cent of Swiss timber will be ...
Timber trade looks to Latin America
The demand for tropical timber has resulted in intense exploitation of Southeast Asia.
Thousands turn up for biggest FSC Fair
More than 1,000 delegates from 50 countries attended WWF's Millennium Forests for Life Conference.
Increasing transnational investment devastating tropical forests, new WWF report says
In a new report available today, WWF, the conservation organization warned that the dramatic ...
Growing network to save the world's forests
Three major new commitments to independent forest certification announced today.
New national park inaugurated in Madagascar
WWF welcomes the establishment of Marojejy National Park, in north-eastern Madagascar.