About 16 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
News - 28 May 2015Abundant promise, abundant risk: Formalization of natural resource trade
Policymakers must take care to get forest formalization right.
News - 23 Feb 2015EU plan to curb illegal logging: Think big by thinking small?
Policymakers urged to work with local farmers, or risk turning them into 'outlaws'.
News - 9 Feb 2015In DR Congo, simple rules could reduce the large impact of small-scale loggers
Almost every timber supplier in the capital city is logging without a permit.
Analysis - 3 Feb 2015Once ‘invisible,’ Africa’s domestic loggers come into the light
The European Union is driving greater emphasis on Africa's artisanal sector.
Analysis - 23 Jul 2014Experts: Local activism, political measures needed to stop illegal timber
Despite agreements on better forest management and enforcement measures, illegal timber still slips through loopholes.
Event Coverage - 1 Jul 2014Experts: Stable governance, trade frameworks needed to tip Asia toward green economy
Can we achieve a low-carbon, resource-efficient and socially inclusive “green” economic framework?
News - 26 Jun 2014Report finds gaps in timber trade safeguards
Scientists recommend defining 'legal' timber more clearly to reduce illegal timber trade.
Video - 21 Oct 2013Panel discussion on “landmark” Indonesia-EU timber trade pact
Indonesia is the first Asian country, and also the largest timber-exporting country, to sign the FLEGT-VPA.