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Friday, 11. April 2014
Running Roots reach finish line

Running Roots (© Charlotte Irrgang)On 6 April 2014, FSC International’s first ever running team, the Running Roots, competed in all three events at the Deutsche Post Marathon – the full marathon, the half … read more …


Friday, 11. April 2014
Market share of FSC certified wood nearly triples in Belgium

Look for the logo (© FSC A.C.)Two recent studies demonstrate the market share of FSC certified wood in Belgium is rising and that more Belgians recognize the FSC label. read more …


Friday, 11. April 2014
Register for the Packaging for Forest conference

Packaging for ForestsFSC Germany and FSC International are organizing a one-day conference to bring together diverse actors from the packaging supply chain to exchange views on sustainable packaging, … read more …


Thursday, 10. April 2014
FSC welcomes support for forest certification in sustainable development goals

Next year, the United Nations (UN) will adopt a set of new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A working group of governments is drafting a list of goals and targets for … read more …


Monday, 07. April 2014
FSC certification leads to better conditions for the people of the Congo Basin

Two charcoal burners, Mathieu Atangana (right) and Fabrice Assomo (left), members of the local community living in Mbedoumou (Cameroon) are moving cut trees for burning (© Ollivier Girard for Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR))A study released today illustrates that the people of the Congo Basin living in Forest Stewardship Council(FSC)-certified logging concessions are experiencing better social … read more …


Thursday, 03. April 2014
FSC to Establish Roadmap for Re-Association with Danzer Group

Bonn, Germany - The International Board of Directors of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) has decided to enter into negotiations with the Danzer Group about final steps to be … read more …



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