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Monday, 18. June 2012
The Sustainable Timber Olympic Legacy

The Sustainable Timber Olympic Legacy: Velodrome – London Olympic Games 2012 (© © Olympic Development Authority)From the village where the athletes stay in to the cycle track on which they race and from the tickets in the spectators’ hands to the park benches upon which they rest, FSC® is … read more …


Wednesday, 30. May 2012
FSC-certified wood and products fetch higher prices

It’s not just forest owners or governments that benefit from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified forests or products. Processors, traders and corporates do too. … read more …


Tuesday, 29. May 2012
First FSC-certified beverage packages on the market in Peru

Image of first FSC certified packaging of Tetra Pak and Coca Cola brand in Peru – Image belongs to the news item announcing the first ever FSC certified beverage packaged being launched on the Peruvian Market in February 2012.Peru’s first Forest Stewardship Council certified beverage package was launched in February, representing a significant milestone in the country’s move towards … read more …


Monday, 16. April 2012
Going Green for the Games: London Olympic Park becomes officially FSC® certified

Velodrome London 2012 (© Images © Olympic Delivery Authority)Sustainability has been embedded into the Olympic Delivery Authority’s (ODA) construction project from the very beginning as one of its six priority themes. This month, with … read more …


Friday, 13. April 2012
2011 FSC Global Market Survey Now Online

We are pleased to share with you the results of the 2011 FSC Global Market Survey that was conducted throughout November 2011. We want to express our appreciation to everyone who … read more …


Tuesday, 20. March 2012
Growing consumer awareness at FSC Week 2012, Denmark

In association with a number of leading companies and environmental organizations, FSC Denmark is placing a special focus on the FSC label and its meaning at FSC WEEK 2012. The … read more …