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From the innovative to the fashionable: the 2016 Collaboration Fund...

Jul 19 2016 We are delighted to announce that the 2016 Collaboration Fund will support projects in Italy, the...
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India making strides on the system development challenge!

Jul 18 2016 Developing a national forest certification system for India is a big job. The country is vast,...
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German system and Malaysian Forest Plantation Standard achieve PEFC...

Jun 13 2016 Germany has become the second country to successfully achieve PEFC re-endorsement of its national...
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German system and Malaysian Forest Plantation Standard achieve PEFC...

Jun 13 2016 Germany has become the second country to successfully achieve PEFC re-endorsement of its national...
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Japanese forest certification system achieves PEFC endorsement

Jun 07 2016 We are delighted to announce Japan as the latest country to achieve PEFC endorsement of its...
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Russian National Forest Certification System achieves PEFC re-endorsement

Feb 19 2016 Russia has successfully achieve PEFC re-endorsement of its national forest certification system,...
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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

43 National Governing Bodies

 

38 endorsed Systems

 

275 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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