This section is intended for journalists and media professionals.
It lists the latest press releases which we are distributing to the global media.
Wednesday, 12. August 2015
New study proves FSC certification profitable for businesses
© FSC GDWednesday 12 Aug 2015: In addition to numerous environmental and social benefits resulting from FSC certification, a new WWF study has shown that there is a concrete economic benefit - on average, forestry companies can earn an extra US$1.80 for every cubic metre of FSC-certified timber. read more …
Friday, 24. July 2015
FOREST STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL CLOSES POLISH NATIONAL OFFICE
24 July 2015 (Bonn, Germany) – The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) confirms it has closed its Polish national office with immediate effect, following a suspension of the national office in December last year (2014). read more …
Friday, 05. June 2015
Bosques Cautin compensates Mapuche people and apologizes for racist remarks
05 June 2015 (Bonn, Germany) – Bosques Cautin issued a public apology on 7 April 2015 after its Director General made racist comments on social media about the Chilean Mapuche people. read more …
Friday, 27. March 2015
FSC Board Approves International Generic Indicators
27 March 2015 (Bonn, Germany) - During its meeting held in Siegburg, Germany, this week, the FSC International Board of Directors approved FSC’s International Generic Indicators (IGI). read more …
Wednesday, 25. March 2015
FSC Continues to Meet Dutch Procurement Criteria for Timber
© FSC Netherlands25 March 2015 (Bonn, Germany) – Today, the Dutch Timber Procurement Assessment Committee (TPAC) re-confirmed that FSC International conforms to the Dutch government’s procurement criteria for timber. read more …
Thursday, 12. February 2015
Forest Stewardship Council Disassociates from the DLH Group
Decision due to reputational risks for FSC linked to stakeholder disputes in Liberia read more …
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FSC Communications Manager, Lisa Smyth, at communications at fsc point org or on +49 (0)228 36766 (ext. 23).