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Japanese Forest Certification Scheme Open for Public Consultation

May 13 2015 Japan’s Sustainable Green Ecosystem Council (SGEC) has applied for the endorsement and mutual...
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Belarusian Forest Certification System Open for Public Consultation

May 07 2015 The Belarusian Forest Certification System is the latest system to seek PEFC re-endorsement for...
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Australian and Portuguese National Systems Achieve PEFC Re-endorsement

Apr 28 2015 Australia and Portugal have become the latest countries to successfully achieve the...
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Japanese Forest Certification Scheme Open for Public Consultation

May 13 2015 Japan’s Sustainable Green Ecosystem Council (SGEC) has applied for the endorsement and mutual...
MORE

Belarusian Forest Certification System Open for Public Consultation

May 07 2015 The Belarusian Forest Certification System is the latest system to seek PEFC re-endorsement for...
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Australian and Portuguese National Systems Achieve PEFC Re-endorsement

Apr 28 2015 Australia and Portugal have become the latest countries to successfully achieve the...
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Why should I seek PEFC Endorsement for my System?

 

A PEFC-endorsed System provides important benefits to your country’s forests and wood products industry.

 

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Key Figures

39 National Governing Bodies

 

36 Endorsed Systems

 

263 million ha of forest area

 

> 750,000 Forest owners

PEFC is the world's largest forest certification organization.

An international non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting sustainable forest management, the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification is the certification system of choice for small forest owners.

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What does PEFC Membership mean to you?

"It is interesting, refreshing and demanding to share experience and knowledge with like-minded people and organizations who face similar challenges but in different national, market and forest contexts."

Richard Stanton
Australian Forestry Standard

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