In focus Timber legality


DG’s Column - 26 Jan 2022
Not taking adequate steps to address the risk, Forest 500 report says
Opinions - 9 Sep 2021
International policymakers face navigational challenges

News - 20 Jan 2021
Going Global? Wood product certification requires broad legal arena
Small-scale furniture makers in Indonesia face challenges
Event Coverage - 9 Nov 2020
New portal tracks policies and trends impacting forests in Central Africa
OFAC launches a data platform to inform decision-making in the region
Opinions - 6 Mar 2020
Has the FLEGT Action plan contributed to better forest governance?
New study sheds light on the impact of Voluntary Partnership Agreements in timber-producing countries
Opinions - 15 Aug 2019
How timber markets can help save tropical forests
Gerhard Dieterle on the legality, sustainability and profitability of green tropical supply chains
Video Q&A - 12 Jul 2019
If cocoa prices have fallen, why isn’t your chocolate bar cheaper?
Dietmar Stoian says industry could reinvest savings in sustainable agroforestry systems with smallholders
Event Coverage - 28 Jun 2019
Bitter or sweet trade for Africa’s cocoa farmers?
Peter Akong Minang says Africa lagging behind on product certification
Feature - 10 Sep 2018
In Solomon Islands, the gendered effects of corporate logging
The unsustainable industry contributes to one of the world’s highest rates of sexual and domestic violence
News - 14 Aug 2018
In Central Africa, public procurement can boost demand for legal wood
A bid for mandatory sourcing of legal timber in calls for tenders across the region
Analysis - 20 Jun 2018
What if Cameroonian consumers wanted legal timber?
Demand for legal timber is still low in Cameroon, but this might change in the coming years
Feature - 6 Mar 2018
In a Central Java town, local wood enterprises carve a niche in the global market
With sustainability certification, small businesses are finding better opportunities abroad
Feature - 6 Dec 2017
Working with wood: The women of Jepara
Gendered labor and creativity converge in the workshops of Central Java