Zambian authorities have begun exporting timber confiscated from illegal loggers who continue to fell trees despite a nationwide ban to protect the country's dwindling forests.
This report aims to initiate the process of supporting timber-exporting African countries in combating illegal timber harvesting and trade.
The latest “Forest 500” rankings are out from the Global Canopy Programme (GCP), and the main takeaway is that the global companies with the most influence over forests still aren’t doing enough to
LIMA (Reuters) - Organizers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics on Tuesday rejected allegations by 47 non-governmental organizations that they had used companies with suspect logging track records, saying
Wood is an important natural resource.
Watta Nagbe sits under a thatched hut cooking cassava leaf. A bamboo drier hangs from the hut’s blackened attic her kitchen on top of a hearth.
A programme to promote the uptake of sustainability best practices in forestry and agricultural commodity supply chains in West Africa has taken off.
Recent years have witnessed a groundswell of private sector commitments to reducing deforestation linked to the agricultural commodities that underpin vast corporate supply chains.
THE Timber Producers Association of Zambia (TPA) has appealed to the Ministry of Lands, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection to reverse the ban on the export of timber.
This policy paper provides a brief overview of the status of wood and wood products in India.
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