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Friday, 10 April 2020
1,6 million hectares: Namibia reaches new heights in FSC certification

Namibia  grassland (© FSC international)© FSC internationalNamibia has achieved 1,6 million hectares of FSC Forest Management certified area with approximately 320 land owners/managers. read more …

Thursday, 06 February 2020
FSC in Gabon: Starting the journey towards 100% certification

Minister of Forests of Gabon and Kim Carstensen, Executive Director of FSC sign partnership agreement.A cooperation agreement was signed between the Ministry of Forests of Gabon and the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) in Libreville on January 31, 2020. read more …

Thursday, 06 February 2020
FSC® - a valuable tool for implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

SDG , life on land, ending povertyThe 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals, also referred to as the Sus-tainable Development Goals are a universal commitment to ending poverty, protecting the planet and ensuring human well-being. read more …

Thursday, 05 December 2019
South Africa spotlight on voluntary sustainability standards

Pannelists of the conference – Panellists: Dr Achna Negi, Professor inInternational Trade, Nehru University, India, Lorena Jaramillo Castro, UNCTAD,Sixolile Ngcobo, Commission on Gender Equality, South AfricaOur Marketing Manager, Gerard Busse recently attended the South African Initiative on Voluntary Sustainability Standards Conference held in Pretoria earlier this month. read more …

Tuesday, 26 November 2019
National Forest Management Standard for the Republic of Namibia is Approved

Namibian bushThe Forest Stewardship Council is proud to announce the launch of a comprehensive new standard for responsible forest management in Namibia read more …

Sunday, 13 October 2019
On the trail of Gabon’s forest elephants :

Forest elephants at CEB Precious Woods FSC certified concessions (© All rights reserved to owner)© All rights reserved to ownerA vivid account from one of FSC International staff visiting the Congo Basin read more …

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