Ensuring forests for the future
Turing over a new leaf
Within these landsapes WWF works to ensure countries have scientifically based and representative networks of well-managed protected areas, which are sustainably financed, ensure effective participation of local communities and provide social and economic benefits, and in addition, establish initiatives that support responsible forest management and trade.
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Global Forest and Trade Network
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Greens Call for Action Over Illegal Timber
From The New Zealand Herald: The Government is working on measures to address the trade in ...
WWF Hosts Indonesia Pulp & Paper Roundtable
On April 10, 2008 WWF hosted a Roundtable for investors and buyers of pulp and paper from ...
Joint Move Against Log Thieves
From the Star Online: Kuching - Sarawak will set up an inter-agency coordination commit-tee to ...
Sarawak's Timber Export Last Year Decreased by Almost 12%
From Illegal-logging.info: The export value of Malaysian Sarawak's wood products last year ...
International Paper Threatens to Violate Own Policy by Expanding Into Indonesian Rainforest
From the Rainforest Action Network: San Francisco, California - May 12 - Rainforest Action Network ...
Illegal Logging Videotaped in Southern Province
From THANHNIEN News.com: Former contractor Tran Duc Tien, 59, has recorded hundreds of hours of ...
Green Building and Timber Use
From The Jakarta Post: I was appalled to read the green architecture article in The Jakarta Post, ...
Illegal Timber 'Flourishing'
From the Australian: Inadequate international laws are allowing an illegal timber trade worth more ...
Vietnam Denies it Uses Illegal Timber
From Earth Times: Hanoi - Vietnam has denied a report by two non-governmental organizations, the ...
A3P Stands Alone in Fight Against Illegal Logging
From Forestnewswire.com: A3P, the peak industry body for the plantation products and paper industry ...